R. Laurence

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Laurence, R. (2012). Roman Archaeology for Historians. Abingdon.
Laurence, R. (2011). ‘Literature and the Spatial Turn. Movement and Space in Martial's Epigrams’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 81–99.
Laurence, R. (2011). ‘Endpiece. From Movement to Mobility: Future Directions’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 386–401.
Laurence, R., S. Esmonde Cleary and G. Sears (2011). The City in the Roman West c. 250 BC - c. AD 250. Cambridge.
Laurence, R. and D. Newsome (2011). Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space. Oxford.
Laurence, R. (2007). Roman Pompeii: Space and Society. second edition. New York.
Laurence, R. (2004). ‘The uneasy dialogue between ancient history and archaeology’, in E. Sauer (ed.), Archaeoloy and Ancient History. Breaking Down the Boundaries. London, 99–113.
Laurence, R. (2001). ‘Roman Italy's Urban Revolution’, in E. Lo Cascio and A. Storchi Marino (eds), Modalità insediative e strutture agrarie nell'Italia meridionale in età romana. Bari, 593–611.
Laurence, R. (2000). ‘J.T. Bakker, the Mills Bakeries of Ostia’. Review of Bakker, J.T., 'The mills-bakeries of Ostia: description and interpretation'. CR .
Laurence, R. (1999). The Roads of Roman Italy. London.
Laurence, R. (1998). ‘Land transport in Roman Italy: costs, practice and the economy’, in H.M. Parkins and C. Smith (eds), Trade, Traders and the Ancient City. London, 129–148.
Laurence, R. (1997). ‘Space and Text’, in R. Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrill (eds), Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and beyond. Pourtsmouth, 7–14.
Laurence, R. (1997). ‘Writing the Roman metropolis’, in H.M. Parkins (ed.), Roman Urbanism. Beyond the Consumer City. London, 1–20.
Laurence, R. and A. Wallace-Hadrill (1997). Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and beyond. Pourtsmouth.
Laurence, R. (1995). ‘The Organization of Space in Pompeii’, in T. Cornell and K. Lomas (eds), Urban Society in Roman Italy. London, 63–78.
Laurence, R. (1994). Roman Pompeii - Space and Society. London.
Laurence, R. (1991). ‘The urban vicus: the spatial organization of power in the Roman city’, in E. Herring and R. Whitehouse (eds), Papers of the Fourth Conference of Italian Archaeology. The archaeology of power.. London, 145–151.