Bibliographies

Publications for Children:

American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 1994. Life, Death and Litigation in the Athenian Agora. 

Bisel, Sara C. 1990. The Secrets of Vesuvius. Madison Books.

Boston, Lucy M. 1976. The stones of Greene Knowe. Atheneum.

Camp, John M. 1986. The Athenian Agora. Excavations in the heart of classical Athens. Thames and Hudson.

Cooper, Susan. 2013. Over sea, under stone. Margaret K. MacElderry Books, Reissue edition.

Cooper, Susan. 1977. Silver on the tree. Margaret K. MacElderry Books.

Curry, Jane Louise. 2006. Brave Cloelia. J. Paul Getty Trust.

Greece and Rome: An Encyclopedia for Students.1998. Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Rotroff, Susan and Lamberton, Robert. 2006.  Women in the Athenian Agora. ASCSA with the Packard Humanities Institute.

Publications for the General Public:

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda. 2015. Bog bodies uncovered – Solving Europe’s ancient mystery. Thames and Hudson.

Baird, Jennifer. 2018. Dura-Europus. Bloomsbury.

Bogucki, Peter. 2017. The barbarians: Lost civilizations, Reaktion.

Brinkmann, Vinzenz. 2017. Gods in color: Polychromy in the ancient world. Prestel.

Galor, Katharina. 2017. Finding Jerusalem: Archaeology between science and ideology. University of California Press.

Kelly, Robert L. 2016. The fifth beginning – What six million years of human history can tell us about our future. University of California Press.

MacSweeney, Naoise. 2018. Troy: Myth, city, icon. London: Bloomsbury.

Matney, Timothy. 2017. Ziyaret Tepe: Exploring the Anatolian frontier of the Assyrian empire. Cornucopia Books.

Robb, Matthew H, et al. 2017. Teotihuacan: City of water, city of fire. Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco.

Wallace, Lew. 1880, re-released in 1995. Ben Hur. Wordsworth Editions, Ltd.

Publications on Ethics, Looting, and the Antiquities Market:  

Bogdanos, Matthew. 2005. Thieves of Baghdad, Bloomsbury.

Brodie, N.J., M.M. Kersel, C. Luke, and K. Walker Tubb (eds.). 2006. Archaeology, cultural heritage, and the antiquities trade. University Press of Florida.

Childs, Craig. 2010. Finders Keepers: A tale of archaeological plunder and obsession. Hachette Digital, Inc.

Cuno, James B. 2008. Who owns antiquity?: Museums and the battle over our ancient heritage. Princeton University Press.

Felch, Jason, and Ralph Frammolino. 2011. Chasing Aphrodite: The hunt for looted antiquities at the world’s richest museum. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Gerstenblith, Patty. 2012. Art, cultural heritage and the law. 3d ed. Carolina Academic.

Lowenthal, David. 1998. The heritage crusade and the spoils of history. Cambridge University Press.

Mackenzie, Simon. 2005. Going, going, gone: Regulating the market in illicit antiquities. Institute of Art and Law.

Marlow, Elizabeth. 2013. Shaky ground:  Context, connoisseurship and the history of Roman art. Bloomsbury Academic Press.

Merryman, John H. 2009. Thinking about the Elgin marbles: Critical essays on cultural property, art and law. Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.

Nafziger, James A. R., and Ann M. Nicgorski, eds. 2009. The legacy of conquest, colonization, and commerce. Martinus Nijhoff.

Renfrew, Colin. 2009. Loot, legitimacy, and ownership: The ethical crisis in archaeology. Duckworth.

Rhodes, Robin Francis. 2007. The acquisition and exhibition of classical antiquities: professional, legal, and ethical perspectives.  University of Notre Dame Press

Watson, Peter, and Cecilia Todeschini. 2006. The Medici conspiracy: The illicit journey of looted antiquities — From Italy’s tomb raiders to the world’s greatest museums, Public Affairs.

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