PEPP - Sources Cited

Abbreviations:

Atlante I: Carandini, A. ed. Atlante delle forme ceramiche I. Ceramica fine romana nel bacino mediterraneo (medio e tardo impero). Rome: Istituto della Enciclopeida Italiana.

PE I Hostetter, E., and Brandt, J.R. 2009. Palatine East Excavations. Volume I: Stratigraphy and Architecture. Rome: De Luca Editori d'Arte.

PE II: St. Clair, A. Palatine East Excavations.Volume II: The Finds. Rome: De Luca Editori d'Arte.

 

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St. Clair, A.  2003. Carving as Craft: The Palatine East Discoveries and the Greco-Roman Carving Tradition. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 

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