Bibliography: Hygiene

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Bradley, M. (2012). Rome, pollution, and propriety dirt, disease and hygiene in the eternal city from antiquity to modernity. Cambridge.
Morley, N. (2005). ‘The salubriousness of the Roman city’, in H. King (ed.), Health in Antiquity. London, 192–204.
Ballet, P., P. Cordier and N. Dieudonné-Glad (2003). La ville et ses déchets dans le monde romain: rebuts et recyclages. Actes du Colloque de Poitiers (19-21 septembre 2002). Montagnac.
Cordier, P. (2003). ‘Le destin urbain du stercus et de l'urine’, in P. Ballet, P. Cordier and N. Dieudonné-Glad (eds), La ville et ses déchets dans le monde romain: rebuts et recyclages. Actes du Colloque de Poitiers (19-21 septembre 2002). Montagnac, 51–60.
Sallares, R. (2002). Malaria and Rome. A History of Malaria in Ancient Italy. Oxford.
Wilson, A. (2002). ‘Detritus, disease and death in the city’. Review of Raventós, X.D.; Remolà, J.-A., 'Sordes Urbis. La eliminación de residuos en la ciudad Romana.'. JRA .
Hope, V. and E. Marshall (2000). Death and disease in the ancient city. London.
Wilson, A. (2000). ‘Drainage and Sanitation’, in Ö. Wikander (ed.), Handbook of Ancient Water Technology. Leiden, 151–179.
Jansen, G.C.M. (1999). ‘Systems for the disposal of waste and excreta in Roman Cities’, in X.D. Raventós and J.-A. Remolà (eds), Sordes Urbis. La eliminación de residuos en la ciudad Romana.. Rome, 37–49.
Scobie, A. (1986). ‘Slums, Sanitation, and Mortality in the Roman World’. Klio 68: 399–433.