Oxford Roman Economy Project University of Oxford
 
 

Publications

Forthcoming


09-08-2013

Flohr, M. (forthcoming). ‘Manufacturing Everyday Consumer Goods’, in A. Bresson, E. Lo Cascio, and F. Velde (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Economies in the Classical World. Oxford.

2016


30-05-2016

Colivicchi, F., Gregori, G. L, Lanza, M., Lepone, A., Scalici, M., Trentacoste, A. and Zaccagnino, C. (2016). 'New Excavations in the Urban Area of Caere', Mouseion 13.2, 359–450. 

Trentacoste, A. (2016). 'Etruscan Foodways and Demographic Demands: Contextualizing Protohistoric Livestock Husbandry in Northern Italy', European Journal of Archaeology 19.2, 279-315.

Wilson, A. I. (2016). 'The Olympian (Hadrianic) Baths at Aphrodisias: layout, operation, and financing', in R. R. R. Smith, J. Lenaghan, A. Sokolicek, and K. Welch (eds), Aphrodisias Papers 5: Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias, 2006–2012 (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series 103). Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 168–194.

Wilson, A. I. and Flohr, M. (eds) (2016). Urban Craftsmen and Traders in the Roman World (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

2015


30-05-2016

Pollard, A. M., Bray, P., Gosden, C., Wilson, A., and Hamerow, H. (2015). 'Characterising copper-based metals in Britain in the first millennium AD: a preliminary quantification of metal flow and recycling', Antiquity 89/345: 697–713. doi: 10.15184/aqy.2015.20.

Wilson, A. I. (2015). 'Red Sea trade and the State', in F. De Romanis and M. Maiuri (eds), Across the Ocean: Nine Essays on Indo-Mediterranean Trade (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition). Leiden, 13–32.

Woodworth, M., Baeten, J., Bernal, D., Bonifay, M., Garnier, N., Keay, S., Pecci, A., Poblome, J., Pollard, M., Richez, F., Tchernia, A., and Wilson, A. I. (2015). 'The content of African Keay 25 / Africana 3 amphorae: initial results of the CORONAM project', in C. Oliveira, R. Morais, and Á. Morillo Cerdán (eds), Archaeoanalytics – Chromatography and DNA analysis in archaeology. [Esposende], 41–57.

2014


30-01-2014

Blouin, K. (2014). Triangular Landscapes. Environment, society, and the state in the Nile Delta under Roman rule. Oxford.

Kay, P. (2014). Rome’s Economic Revolution (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

Flohr, M. (2014). ‘Economy, Roman’, in C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Heidelberg.

Malouta, M. (2014). 'The papyrological evidence for water-lifting technology', in H. Baker and M. Jursa, (eds) Too much data? Generalizations and model-building in ancient economic history on the basis of large corpora of documentary evidence (conference proceedings, Vienna 2008).

Wilson, A. I. (2014). 'Quantifying Roman economic performance by means of proxies: pitfalls and potential', in F. de Callataÿ (ed.), Quantifying the Greco-Roman Economy and Beyond (Pragmateiai 27). Bari, 147–167.

2013


27-01-2011

Bowman, A. K. and Wilson, A. I. (eds) (2013). The Roman Agricultural Economy: Organization, Investment, and Production (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

Bowman, A. K., Wilson, A. I. (2013). ‘Introduction: Quantifying Roman Agriculture", in A. K. Bowman and A. I. Wilson (eds.), The Roman Agricultural Economy: Organization, Investment, and Production (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

Flohr, M. (2013). The World of the Fullo. Work, Economy and Society in Roman Italy (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

Flohr, M. (2013). ‘The textile economy of Pompeii’, Journal of Roman Archaeology 26: 53-78.

Flohr, M. (2013). ‘Ulula, quinquatrus and the occupational identity of fullones in early imperial Italy’, in M. Gleba and J. Pasztokai-Szeöke (eds), Making Textiles in pre-Roman and Roman Times: People, Places, Identities. Oxford, 192-207.

Marzano, A. (2013). Harvesting the Sea. The exploitation of marine resources in the Roman Mediterranean (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

Russell, B. J. (2013). ‘Roman and Late Antique Shipwrecks with Stone Cargoes: A New Inventory", Journal of Roman Archaeology 26, 331-361.

Russell, B. J. (2013). The Economics of the Roman Stone Trade (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

Wilson, A. I. (2013). "The Mediterranean Environment in Ancient History: Perspectives and Prospects", in W. V. Harris (ed.), The Ancient Mediterranean Environment between Science and History (Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition 39). Leiden, 259–325.

Wilson, A. I., and Malouta, M. (2013). ‘Water Lifting Technology and the Agricultural Economy of the Roman Empire’, in A. K. Bowman and A. I. Wilson (eds) The Roman Agricultural Economy: Organization, Investment, and Production (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford.

2012


19-11-2011

Wilson, A. I. (2012) ‘Saharan trade in the Roman period: short-, medium- and long-distance trade networks’, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 47.4: 409-449. [PDF]

Wilson, A. I. (2012), ‘Raw materials and energy’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy (Cambridge Companions to the Ancient World). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 133-155.

Wilson, A. I., Schörle, K. and Rice, C. (2012), “Roman ports and Mediterranean connectivity”. In S. Keay (ed.), Portus and the Ports of the Roman Mediterranean, Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome. British School at Rome London: 367-391

Wilson, A. I., Silver, M., Bang, P. F., Erdkamp, P. and Morley, N. (2012), ‘A forum on trade’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy (Cambridge Companions to the Ancient World). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 287-320.

Flohr, M. (2012) 'Tanning, tanners', 'Leather, Leather Production' In Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History.

Flohr, M. (2012) 'Working and living under one roof: workshops in Pompeian atrium houses'. in Anguissola, A. (ed.) Privata Luxuria: Towards an Archaeology of Intimacy.

Flohr, M. (2012) Review of Harris, W., 'Rome's Imperial Economy. Twelve Essays'. Bryn Mawr Classical Review [PDF].

Nappo, D. (2012) ‘Inflation, Prices (all periods), Profit, Economy of the Eastern Provinces’, In Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History.

2011


27-01-2011

Bowman, A. K. and Wilson, A. I. (eds) (2011), Settlement, Urbanisation and Population, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 2. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Bowman, A.K. (2011), 'Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt: Population and Settlement' In A. K. Bowman and A. I. Wilson (eds), Settlement, Urbanisation and Population, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 2. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Bowman, A. K. and Wilson, A. I. (2011) ‘Introduction’. In A. K. Bowman and A. I. Wilson (eds), Settlement, Urbanization, and Population, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 2. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1-14. [PDF]

Wilson, A. I. (2011) “City sizes and urbanisation in the Roman Empire”. In A. K. Bowman and A. I. Wilson (eds), Settlement, Urbanisation and Population, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 2. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 161-195

Flohr, M. (2011), 'Cleaning the Laundries III: a report of the 2008 campaign' FOLD&R 214 (PDF)

Flohr, M. and Wilson, A. I. (2011), “The economy of ordure”, in Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow, Gemma C.M. Jansen, Eric M. Moormann (eds), Roman Toilets: Their Archaeology and Cultural History. BABesch Supplement. Leiden, 147-156.

Wilson, A. I. (2011) “The economic influence of developments in maritime technology in antiquity”. In W. V. Harris and K. Iara (eds.), Maritime Technology in the Ancient Economy: Ship Design and Navigation. JRA Supplementary Series 84, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 211-233.

Wilson, A. I. (2011) “Developments in Mediterranean shipping and maritime trade from the Hellenistic period to AD 1000”. In D. Robinson and A. Wilson (eds), Maritime Archaeology and Ancient Trade in the Mediterranean. Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology, Oxford: 33-59.

2010


27-01-2011

Spain, R. J., Sparey-Green, C. and Wilson, A. I. (2010) ‘The Roman watermills’, in P. Bennett, I. Riddler and C. Sparey-Green (eds), The Roman Watermills and Settlement at Ickham, Kent, The Archaeology of Canterbury New Series, V. Canterbury Archaeological Trust, Canterbury: 42-67.

Bowman, A.K. 'Trade and the flag: Egypt, Alexandria and the imperial house' in D.J. Robinson and A.I. Wilson Alexandria and the North-Western Delta. Joint Conference Proceedings of Alexandria City and Harbour (Oxford 2004) and The Trade and Topography of Egypt's North-Western Delta (Berlin 2006). Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology Monograph 5. Oxford (2010): 103-109

Malouta, M. (2010) ‘Talei: a methodological case study in papyrological topography’, in Gagos, T. (ed.) Proceedings of the 25th International Congress of Papyrology, Ann Arbor Michigan, 2007)

Nappo, D. (2010), ‘On the location of Leuke Kome’, Journal of Roman Archaeology 23, 335-348.

2009


15-11-2010

Bowman, A. K. and Wilson, A. I. (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy: Methods and Problems, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 1. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2009).

Bowman, A. K. and Wilson, A. I. Quantifying the Roman economy: integration, growth, decline?”, in Wilson, A. I. and Bowman, A. K. (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy: Methods and Problems, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 1. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2009): 3-84.

Marzano, A. and Brizzi. G.. ‘Costly Display or Economic Investment? A Quantitative Approach to the Study of Roman Marine Aquaculture‘, JRA 22 (2009).

Nappo, D. 'Roman policy in the Red Sea between Anastasius and Justinian' In Blue, L. K., Cooper. J., Thomas, R. I. & Whitewright, R. J. (eds). Connected Hinterlands. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the Peoples of the Red Sea Region. Oxford: BAR International Series (2009).

Wilson, A. I. ‘Indicators for Roman economic growth: a response to Walter Scheidel’, JRA 22 (2009), 71-82.

Wilson, A. I. Approaches to quantifying Roman trade”, in Wilson, A. I. and Bowman, A. K. (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy: Methods and Problems, Oxford Studies in the Roman Economy 1. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2009): 213-49.

2008


15-11-2010

Bowman, A. 'Oxyrhynchus in the early fourth century: "municipalization" and prosperity' Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, 45 (2008): 31-40.

Russell, B. 'The dynamics of stone transport between the Roman Mediterranean and its hinterland', Facta: A Journal of Roman Material Culture Studies 2 (2008): 107-126.

Wilson, A. I. “Economy and trade”, in E. Bispham (ed.) The Short Oxford History of Europe. Vol. 2: Roman Europe, Oxford, Oxford University Press (2008): 170-202.

Wilson, A. I. ‘Site recovery rates and the ancient population of the Biferno Valley‘, in G. Lock and A. Faustoferri (eds) Archaeology and Landscape in Central Italy. Papers in Memory of John A. Lloyd, Oxford University School of Archaeology Monographs, 69. Oxford, School of Archaeology (2008): 233-53.


2007


15-11-2010

Marzano, A. ‘Fish-salting and fish breeding: the case of Roman Italy’, in L. Lagóstena, D. Bernal and A. Aréval (eds) Cetariae 2005. Salsas y Salazones de Pescado en Occidente durante la Antigüedad. Actas del Congreso Internacional (Cádiz, 7-9 de noviembre de 2005). (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1686), Archaeopress, Oxford (2007): 301-313.

Wilson, A. I. ‘Fish-salting workshops in Sabratha‘, in L. Lagóstena, D. Bernal and A. Aréval (eds) Cetariae 2005. Salsas y Salazones de Pescado en Occidente durante la Antigüedad. Actas del Congreso Internacional (Cádiz, 7-9 de noviembre de 2005). (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1686), Archaeopress, Oxford (2007): 173-81.

2006


15-11-2010

Wilson, A. I. ‘Fishy business: Roman exploitation of marine resources’, Journal of Roman Archaeology 19.2 (2006): 525-37.

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