Bibliography: Houses

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Catalano, V. (1963). Case Abitanti e Culti di Ercolano. Rome.
De Albentiis, E. (1990). La Casa dei Romani. Milano.
De Kind, R. (1991). ‘The Study of Houses at Herculaneum’. BABesch 66: 175–185.
De Kind, R. (1998). Houses in Herculaneum. A New View on the Town Planning and the Building of Insulae III and IV. Circumvesuviana 1. Amsterdam.
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Dickmann, J.-A. (1999). Domus Frequentata. Anspruchsvolles Wohnen im pompejanischen Stadthaus. Munich.
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Dickmann, J.-A. and F. Pirson (2001). ‘Die Casa dei Postumii in Pompeji und ihre Insula. Fünfter Vorbericht’. RM 108: 329–351.
Dickmann, J.-A. and F. Pirson (2001). ‘Abitare e lavorare nell'antica Pompei. L'indagine nella Casa dei Postumii tra archeologia e tutela’, in F. Senatore (ed.), Pompei tra Sorrento e Sarno: Atti del terzo e quarto ciclo di conferenze di geologia,storia e archeologia, Pompei, gennaio 1999– - maggio 2000. Roma, 63–86.
Dickmann, J.-A. and F. Pirson (2002). ‘Die Casa dei Postumii in Pompeji und ihre Insula. Fünfter Vorbericht’. RM 109: 243–316.
Dunbabin, K. (1995). ‘Houses and Households of Pompeii’. Review of Wallace-Hadrill, A., 'Houses and Society in Pompeii and Herculaneum'. JRA .
Ellis, S.P. (2000). Roman Housing. London.
Flohr, M. (2005). ‘Keeping up appearances. Design History and Use of Domus VI 14, 21-22’. RivStPomp 16: 37–63.
Flohr, M. (2006). ‘Pislucht in de achtertuin. Wonen en werken in Pompejaanse atriumhuizen’. Lampas 39.4: 326–342.
Flohr, M. (2010). Review of Faber, A.; Hofmann, A., 'Die Casa del Fauno in Pompeji (VI 12), Part I: Stratigraphische Befunde der Ausgrabungen in den Jahren 1961 bis 1963 und Bauhistorische Analyse'. GFA 13.
Flohr, M. (2011). ‘Reconsidering the Atrium House. Domestic Fullonicae at Pompeii’, in E. Poehler, M. Flohr and K. Cole (eds), Pompeii: Art, Industry, Infrastructure n/a. Oxford, 88–102.
Flohr, M. (2012). ‘Working and living under one roof: workshops in Pompeian atrium houses’, in A. Anguissola (ed.), Privata Luxuria: Towards an Archaeology of Intimacy. unknown, 51–72.
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Leach, E. (1997). ‘Oecus on Ibycus: Investigating the Vocabulary of the Roman House’, in S. Bon and R. Jones (eds), Sequence and Space in Pompeii. Oxford, 50–72.
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Mols, S. (1999). Wooden Furniture in Herculaneum. Amsterdam.
Moormann, E.M. (2002). ‘Pompeii's proprietors and tenants under one roof’. Review of Dickmann, J.-A., 'Domus Frequentata. Anspruchsvolles Wohnen im pompejanischen Stadthaus'. JRA .
Nappo, S.C. (1994). ‘Alcuni esempi di tipologie di case popolari della fine III, inizio II secolo a. C. a Pompei’. RivStPomp 6: 77–104.
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Pirson, F. (2003). ‘De Kind, Houses in Herculaneum’. Review of De Kind, R., 'Houses in Herculaneum. A New View on the Town Planning and the Building of Insulae III and IV'. Gnomon .
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Schoonhoven, A. (1999). ‘Residences for the rich? Some observations on the alleged residential and elitist character of Regio VI of Pompeii’. BABesch 74: 219–246.
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