Bibliography: Urban life

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Flohr, M. (2009). ‘The social world of Roman fullonicae’. TRAJ 2008: 173–186.
Potts, J. (2009). ‘The art of piety and profit at Pompeii: a new interpretation of the painted shop façade at IX.7.1-2’. Greece and Rome 56.1: 55–70.
Hartnett, J. (2008). ‘Si quis hic sederit: Streetside Benches and Urban Society in Pompeii’. AJA 112.1: 91–120.
George, M. (2007). ‘The Lives of Slaves’, in J. Dobbins and P. Foss (eds), The World of Pompeii. London, 538–549.
Faure, A. (2006). ‘Local Life in Working-Class Paris at the End of the Nineteenth Century’. JUH 32.5: 761–772.
Garrioch, D. and M. Peel (2006). ‘The Social History of Urban Neighborhoods’. JUH 32.5: 663–676.
Leach, E. (2004). The social life of painting in ancient Rome and on the bay of Naples. Cambridge.
Mouritsen, H. (2001). ‘Roman freedmen and the urban economy: Pompeii in the first century AD’, 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, 1–27.
Nevett, L. (1999). House and Society in the Ancient Greek World. Cambridge.
Robinson, D. (1997). ‘The social texture of Pompeii’, in S. Bon and R. Jones (eds), Sequence and Space in Pompeii. Oxford, 135–144.
Van Nijf, O.M. (1997). The Civic World of Professional Associations in the Roman East. Amsterdam.
Appadurai, A. (1986). The social life of things : commodities in cultural perspective. Cambridge.
Castrén, P. (1975). Ordo Populusque Pompeianus. Rome.
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Tanzer, H. (1939). The Common People of Pompeii - A study of the Graffiti. Baltimore.
Sievers, H. (1938). Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte Pompejis.