Sikyon Project

Ceramic Reference Collection: Bibliography


BAR-IS= British Archaeological Reports, International Series

BCH= Bulletin de correspondence hellenique

BSA= British School at Athens Annual

CEFR= Collection de l'Ecole francaise de Rome

LibAnt= Libya antiqua


Agora = The Athenian Agora: Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Princeton.

V = H.S. Robinson. Pottery of the Roman Period: Chronology. 1959.

XXIX = S.I. Rotroff. Hellenistic Pottery: Athenian and Imported Wheelmade Table Ware and Related Material. 1997.

XXXII = J.W. Hayes. Roman Pottery: Fine-Ware Imports. 2008.

XXXIII = S.I. Rotroff. Hellenistic Pottery: The Plain Wares. 2006.

Atlante II = A. Carandini (ed.). Enciclopedia dell’ arte antica, classica e orientale. Atlante delle forme ceramiche. Ceramica fina romana nel bacino mediterraneo (tardo ellenismo e primo impero). Rome 1985.

Beltrán Lloris, M. 1970. Las Ânforas Romanas en España. Zaragoza.

Bezeczky, T. 2013. The Amphorae of Roman Ephesus. [Forschungen in Ephesos 15.1]. Wien.

Conspectus = E. Ettlinger, B. Hedinger, and B. Hoffmann. Conspectus Formarum Terrae Sigillatae Italico Modo Confectae. Bonn 1990.

Corinth = Corinth: Results of the Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Princeton.

VII.3 = G.R. Edwards. Corinthian Hellenistic Pottery. 1975.

VII.7 = S.A. James. Hellenistic Pottery: The Fine Wares. 2018.

XVIII.2 = K.W. Slane. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Roman Pottery and Lamps. 1990.

Filis, K. 2019. “The ovoid amphorae from Aigion, in the north-west Peloponnese. The connections with Corinth and the Brindisi area.” In Ovoid Amphorae in the Central and Western Mediterranean: Between the Last Two Centuries of the Republic and the Early Days of the Roman Empire, ed. E. García Vargas, H. González Cesteros, R. Roberto de Almeida, and A. Sáez Romero, 3-34. Roman and Late Antique Mediterranean Pottery 13. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Hammond, M.D. 2015. “Late Roman Ceramics from the Panayia Field, Corinth (Late 4th to 7th C.): The Long-Distance, Regional and Local Wares in their Economic, Social and Historical Context.” Ph.D. diss., University of Missouri.

Hayes, J.W. 1972. Late Roman Pottery. London.

Hayes, J.W. 1973. “Roman pottery from the South Stoa at Corinth.” Hesperia 42: 416-470.

Isthmia = Excavations by the University of Chicago under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Princeton.

III = O. Broneer. Terracotta Lamps. 1977.

X = B.L. Wohl. Terracotta Lamps: 1967-2004. 2017.

Ivantchik, A.I. 2002. “Un puits d’époque paléochrétienne sur l’agora d’Argos. » Bulletin du correspondance hellénique 126: 331–404.

James, S.A. 2010. “The Hellenistic Pottery from the Panayia Field, Corinth: Studies in Chronology and Context.” Ph.D. diss., University of Texas at Austin.

James, S.A. 2021. “Stratified Assemblages of the Rescue Excavations - Hellenistic Ceramics.” In Sikyon I, 315-362.

Lamboglia, N. 1955. “Sulla cronologia delle anfore romane de età republican (II-I secolo a.C.).” Rivista di studi Liguri 22: 252-260.

Majchereck, G. 1995. “Gazan amphorae: Typology reconsidered.” In H. Meyza and J. Mlynarczyk (eds.), Hellenistic and Roman pottery in the eastern Mediterranean. Advances in scientific studies, Acts of the II Nieborów Pottery Workshop, 163-178. Warsaw.

Marty, J. 1993. “Three pottery deposits and the history of Roman Isthmia.” In The Corinthia in the Roman Period, edited by T.E. Gregory, 115-129. JRA Suppl. 8. Portsmouth: Journal of Roman Archaeology.

Oikonomou, A. 1988. “Lampes paléochrétiennes d'Argos.” BCH 112.1: 481-502.

Palazzo, P. 1989. “Le anfore di Apani (Brindisi).” In F. Zevi (ed.) Amphores romaines et histoire économique. Dix ans de recherché. Actes du colloque de Sienne (22-24 mai 1986), 548-553. [CÉFR 114]. Rome.

Peacock, D.P.S. and D.F. Williams. 1986. Amphorae and the Roman Economy. An Introductory Guide, London and New York.

Petrides, Pl. 2010. La céramique protobyzantine de Delphes: une production et son context. Athens.

Pickersgill, C. and P. Roberts. 2003. “New Light on Roman Sparta: Roman Pottery from the Sparta Theatre and Stoa.” BSA 98: 549-597.

Riley J.A. 1979. “The Coarse Pottery from Berenice.” In J.A. Lloyd (ed.), Excavations at Sidi Khrebish Benghazi (Berenice), 91-467. vol. II. [LibAnt Suppl. 5.2]. Tripoli.

Sanders, G.D.R., S.A. James, J.A. Herbst, and I. Tzonou-Herbst. 2014. “The Panayia Field, Corinth: The Prehistoric to Hellenistic Phases.” Hesperia 83: 1-79.

Sikyon I = Y. Lolos (ed.). Sikyon I: the Urban Survey. [Meletemata 82]. Athens 2021.

Slane, K.W. 1994. “Tetrarchic recovery in Corinth: pottery, lamps, and other finds from the Peribolos of Apollo.” Hesperia 63: 127-168.

Slane, K.W. and G.D.R. Sanders. 2005. “Corinth: Late Roman Horizons.” Hesperia 74: 243-297.

Van der Werff, J.H. 1978. “Amphores de tradition punique à Uzita.” Bulletin antieke beschaving 52-53: 171-200.

Will, E.L. 1979. "The Sestius amphorae: a re-appraisal." Journal of Field Archaeology: 339-349.

Will, E.L. 1987. "The Roman amphoras." In A.M. McCann, J. Bourgeois, E.K. Gazda, J.P. Oleson, and E.L. Will (eds.), The Roman port and fishery of Cosa: a centre of ancient trade, 171-220. Princeton.

Williams, C.K. II and O.H. Zervos. 1983. “Corinth, 1982: East of the Theater.” Hesperia 52: 1-47.

Williams, C.K. II and O. Zervos. 1990. “Excavations at Corinth, 1989: the Temenos of Temple E.” Hesperia 59: 325-369.

Wright, K. 1980. “A Tiberian pottery deposit from Corinth.” Hesperia 49: 135-177.

Online sources

University of Southampton (2014) Roman Amphorae: a digital resource [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1028192