Bibliographies: More Classical Archaeology

The following have been added to the Zotero Group for Ancient World Open Bibliographies and the Ancient World Open Bibliographies Wiki.

Classical Archaeology

Classical Archaeology Bibliography
http://classics.cornell.edu/graduate/concentrations/archaeology-bibliography.cfm
Cornell University Department of Classics
No last update date; page copyrighted 2011.
An introductory reading list of monographs in English, aimed at students entering the graduate concentration in Classical Archaeology, with sections Theory and Concerns, Methods and Materials, Prehistory, Greek World, and Roman World.

Archaeology of Classical Greece Bibliography
http://www.uta.edu/anthropology/petruso/greek.resources.htm
Karl Petruso, Program in Anthropology, University of Texas at Arlington
Spring 2007.
Resources for undergraduates writing research papers, including articles and monographs in English. Many important topics are covered: Classical archaeology: History, theory, critique; Epigraphy; Athens; Sanctuaries and religion; Architecture; Art; Pottery; Coinage; Agriculture and foodways; Houses, households and daily life; Athletics; Ancient Greek history and society; Technology; Theater, theaters and dramatic festivals; Music and dance; Ships, sailing and naval architecture; Warfare and weapons; Death and burial. The site also includes a select list of relevant journals and links to major web sites at the bottom of the page.

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