The OSU Excavations at Isthmia - Offprints

The offprints file is primarily of value to Isthmia staff members. These articles can be found, filed alphabetically by author, in the third and fourth drawers of the filing cabinet by the front door of the excavation library in Ancient Korinth. Asterisked items are to be found on the back shelves in three ring binders or spirally bound. Please return them to their place when you are finished. This list is as revised in December 2000. Dates are in order of first to last:

ACHESON, P.E. 1997. “Does the ‘economic explanation’ work? Settlement, agriculture and erosion in the territory of Halieis in the Late Classical-Early Hellenistic period,” JMA 10.2:165-190.

ADELSON, H.L. AND G.L. KUSTAS. 1964. “A sixth century hoard of minimi from the western Peloponnese,” ANSMN 11:159-205.

ALCOCK, S. 1989. “Roman imperialism in the Greek landscape,” JRA 2:5-34. 3 copies.

___________, J.F. CHERRY AND J.L. DAVIS. 1994. “Intensive survey, agricultural practice and the Classical landscape of Greece,” manuscript (57 pp.) published in I. Morris, ed., Classical Greece. Cambridge.

___________. 1994. “Minding the gap in Hellenistic and Roman Greece,” in S. Alcock and R. Osbourne, eds., Placing the Gods, 247-261. Oxford

ALLEN, G. n.d. Pottery catalogue, in Hesperia Art Bulletin XLIX.

ALLEN, P.S. 1998. “Finding meaning in modifications of the environment: fields and orchards of Mani,” in P.N. Kardulias and M.T. Shutes, eds., Aegean Strategies: Studies of Culture and Environment on the European Fringe, 259-269. Lanham, MD.

ALLISON, P.M. 1995. “House contents in Pompeii: data collection and interpretative procedures for a reappraisal of Roman domestic life and site formation processes,” Journal of European Archaeology 3.1:145-176.

AMANDRY, P. 1977. “Notes de topographie et d’architecture delphiques: la fontaine castalie,” in Études delphiques, BCH suppl. 4, 180-228. Paris and Athens.

___________. 1977. “Statue de taureau en argent,” in Études delphiques, BCH suppl. 4, 272-293. Paris and Athens.

___________. 1980. “Sur les concours argiens,” in Études argiennesBCH suppl. 6, 211-253. Paris and Athens.

___________ AND M. LEJEUNE. 1973. “Collection Paul Canellopoulos (III): aryballes corinthiens,” BCH 97:189-204.

AMBRASEYS, N.N. AND J.A. JACKSON. 1990. “Seismicity and associated strain of  central Greece between 1890 and 1988,” Geophysical Journal International 101:663-708.

___________. 1997. “Seismicity and strain in the Gulf of Corinth (Greece) since 1694,” Journal of Earthquake Engineering 1.3:433-474.

AMMERMAN, A.J.  1995. “The dynamics of modern land use and the Acconia survey,” JMA 8.1:77-92.

ANASTOS, M.V. 1967. “The Edict of Milan (313): a defense of its traditional authorship and designation,” in Mélanges Venance Grumel II, REB 25:13-41.

ANDREADES, M.C.  1993.  “H ellhnikhq glvqssa: 1. h katagvghq thw grafhqw,”  Deltiqo idryqmatow korinuiakvqn meletvqn 10-11:1-16.

ANTON, J.P. 1992. “Theourgia-demiourgia: a controversial issue in Hellenistic thought and religion,” in R.T. Wallis and J. Bregman, eds., Neoplatonism and Gnosticism,9-31. Albany.

ARTHUR, P. 1982. “Roman amphorae and the ager Falernus under the Empire,” PBSA 50:22-33.

ASDRACHA, C. AND C. BAKIRTZIS. 1986. “Inscriptions byzantines de Thrace (viiie-xve siècle): édition et commentaire historique,” ArchDelt 35 A’1:241-282.  2 copies.

ATHENS ANNALS OF ARCHAEOLOGY pt. II, 3.1 (1970):81-124.

___________. 4.2 (1971):229-272.

*AUPERT, P. 1980. “Objets de la vie quotidienne à Argos en 585 ap. J.-C,” in Études argiennes, BCH suppl. 6, 395-457. Paris and Athens.

*___________.1980. “Céramique slave à Argos (585 ap. J.-C.),” in Études argiennesBCH  suppl. 6, 373-84. Paris and Athens.

AUSTIN, N. 1967. “Idyll 16: Theocritus and Simonides,” TAPA 98:1-21.

___________. 1969. “Telemachus polymechanos,” CSCA 2:45-63.

AVRAMÉA, A. 1981. “La géographie du culte de Saint Christophe en Grèce à l’époque méso-byzantine et l’évêché de lacédémone au début du xe siècle,” in H. Ahrweiler, ed., Geographica Byzantina, Byzantine-Sorbonensia no. 3, 31-36. Paris.

BABIĆ, B. 1972. “Bread baking dish of clay (Crepulja, Crepna Podnica) especially important support for the attribution of the Mediaeval archaeological findspots of Balkan Peninsula to the Slavs originating in the East (Prilep, 1970),” in Danica Demitrijević, ed., Actes des IX Symposium de la section médiévale de la Société Archéologique de Yougoslavia, 113-123. Belgrade.

BADIAN, E. 1970. Titus Quinctius Flamininus: Philhellenism and Realpolitik. Lectures in Memory of Louise Taft Semple, 2nd series. Cincinnati.

BAKALAKIS, G.  1968.  “Anaskafhq Diqoy 1967,” ArchDelt 23, B’1 [1968]:341-344.

___________. 1969. Anaglufa. Thessaloniki.

___________. 1969. “Aus den Grotten von Antiparos und Paros,” ArchAnz 2:125-132.

BAKIRTZIS, C. n.d. “Didymoteichon, centre de céramique post-byzantine,” 148-153.

BALCER, J.M. 1993. “The ancient Persian satrapies and satraps in western Anatolia,” Archäoloigische Mitteilungen aus Iran 26:81-90.

___________. 1994. “Ancient epic conventions in the Bisitun text,” in H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg, A. Kuhrt, M.C. Root, eds., Achaemenid History VII: Continuity and Change, Proceedings of the Last Achaecmenid History Workshop, 257-264. Leiden.

BARATTE, F. 1984. “Les témoignages archéologiques de la présence Slave au Sud du Danube,” in Villes et peuplement dans L’Illyricum protobyzantin, CEFR no. 77, 163-180. Rome.

BARNEA, I. 1980. “Dinogetia, une ville byzantine du Bas-Danube,” Vyzantina 10:239-287. [pp. 238-9 missing]

BARTU, A. 1999. “Archaeological practice as guerrilla activity in late modernity: commentary on Hamilakis,” JMA 12:91-95.

*BASS, G.F. 1982. “Chapter VIII: The Pottery,” in G.F. Bass and F.H. van Doorninck, Jr., eds., Yassi Ada I: A Seventh-Century Byzantine Shipwreck, 155-188. College Station, TX.

BATSTONE, W.W. AND T.E. GREGORY. 1997. “Electronic resources for research and instructional development in ancient Mediterranean civilizations: The Forbes Classical Humanities Center and  the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia.” Unpublished report, FY97 Academic Enrichment Funds Proposal.

BELLINGER, A.R. 1950. “Greek coins from the Yale numismatic collection,” YCS 11:307-316.

*BERRY R.J. AND A.C. BERRY. 1967. “Epigenetic variation in the human cranium,” JAnat 101:361-379.

BESEVLIEV, V. year? “Zur Chronik des Johannes von Nikiu CXX 46-49.”(book or journal, vol?):  210-227.

BIERS, W.R. 1971. “Excavations at Phlius, 1924: the votive deposit,” Hesperia 40.4:397-423.

___________. 1971. “Excavations at Phlius, 1970,” Hesperia 40.4:424-447.

___________. 1973. “Excavations at Phlius, 1972,” Hesperia 42.1:102-120.

BINTLIFF, J. AND A. SNODGRASS. 1988. “The end of the Roman countryside: a view from the East,” in R.F.J. Jones et al., ed., First Millennium Papers: Western Europe in the First Millennium A.D.BAR-IS no. 401, 175-217. Oxford.

BIRGE, D. 1994. “Trees in the landscape of Pausanias’ periegesis,” in S. Alcock and R. Osbourne, eds., Placing the Gods, 231-245. Oxford.

BODNAR, E.W. 1960. “The Isthmian fortifications in oracular prophecy,” AJA 64:165-171.

BOOKIDIS, N. 1969. “The sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth: preliminary report III, 1968,” Hesperia 38:297-310.

___________ AND J.E. FISHER. 1972. “The sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth: preliminary report IV, 1969-1970,” Hesperia 41:283-331.

___________ AND J.E. FISHER. 1974. “Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth: preliminary report V, 1971-1973,” Hesperia 43:267-291.

*BOUCHER, B.J. 1955. “Sex differences in the foetal sciatic notch,” JForMed 2:51-54.

BOWERSOCK, G.W. 1994. “The search for Antioch,” in Studies on the Eastern Roman Empire: Social, Economic, and Administrative History, Religion, Historiography III, 411-427. Goldbach.

BRADEEN, D.W. 1964. Book review, J.J Buchanan, Theorika: a Study of Monetary Distributions to the Athenian Citizenry during the fifth and fourth centuries B.C., AJP 85:332-335.

___________. 1965. Book review, P. Leveque and P. Vidal-Naquet, Clisthène l’Athénien: Essai sur la représentation de l’espace et du temps dans la pensée politique grecque de la fin du vie siècle à la mort de Platon, AJP 86.4:447-448.

___________. 1966. “Inscriptions from Nemea,” Hesperia 35.4:320-345.

___________. 1967. “Thera on IG II, 2.43,” Hesperia 36.1:102-104.

___________. 1967. “The Athenian casualty list of 464 BC,” Hesperia 36.3:321-328.

___________. 1968. “New fragments of casualty lists,” Hesperia 37.2:237-240.

___________. 1968. Book review, K. Bringmann, Studien zu den politischen Ideen des IsokratesAJP 89.1:116-117.

___________. 1969. “The Athenian casualty lists,” CQ 19.1:145-159.

___________. 1970. Book review, M. Broadbent, Studies in Greek GenealogyMnemosyne 23:431-433.

___________. 1971. “The Kallias decrees again,” GRBS 12.4:469-483.

___________. 1971. Book review, R. von Scheliha, Freiheit und Freundschaft in HellasAJP 92.2:379.

___________. 1972. Book review, T.B. Mitford, The Inscriptions of KourionCW 65:169.

BREZILLON, M.N. 1971. La dénomination des objets de pierre taillée: matériaux pour une vocabulaire des préhistoriens de langue française, Gallia-préhistoire suppl. 4pp. 93, 97,109,122,146-148, 280-283. Paris.

BRILL, R.H. 1987. “Laboratory studies of an opus sectile panel in the Corning Museum of Glass,” AJA 91:316-17.

___________ AND D. WHITEHOUSE. 1988. “The Thomas panel,” Journal of Glass Studies 30:34-50.

BROMMER, F. 1967. “Ein Bruchstück vom Südfries des Parthenon,” ArchAnz 2:196-198.

___________. 1967.  “Drei Wiedergaben des Parthenon,” ArchAnz 3:362-368.

___________. 1969. “Studien zu den Parthenongiebeln V,” AthMitt 84:103-126.

BRONEER, O. 1961. “The Isthmian Games: two lectures by Oscar Broneer. Lecture I, What Isthmia has taught us about Greek athletics,” Olympic Acad. Report, p. 180.

___________. 1962. “The Apostle Paul and the Isthmian Games,” BibArch 25.1:2-31.

___________. 1964. “The Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia,” Dhmosieqcima thw en Auhnaiqw Arxaiologikhqw Etaireiqaw,  61-85. 3 copies.

___________. 1966. “The Cyclopean Wall on the Isthmus of Corinth and its bearing on Late Bronze Age chronology,” Hesperia 35:346-362.

___________. 1967. Book review, K. Lehmann and D. Spittle, Samothrace IV, ii, H. Kähler, Der griechische Tempel, Wesen und Gestalt, and R.V. Schoder, Masterpieces of Greek Art2, AJA 71:96-99.

___________. 1969. “Isthmiaca: investigations at the site of the Isthmian Games,” Klio 39:249-270. [pp. 250-270 missing]

___________. 1977. “Mount Athos revisited after 50 years: October, 6-20, 1977,” Xeroxed journal entries.

BROWN, T.S. 1967. “Alexander’s book order (Plut. Alex. 8),” Historia 16:359-368.

___________. 1973. Book review, C. Bradford Welles, Alexander and the Hellenistic WorldAJP 94.1:112-116.

BRYANT, J.M. 1993. “The sect-church dynamic and Christian expansion in the Roman Empire: persecution, penitential discipline, and schism in sociological perspective,” BJS 44.2:303-339. [missing, 6/2000]

BUHLER, W. 1969. “Paul Friedlander,” Gnomon 41:619-623.

BURSTEIN, S.M. 1971. “The recall of the ostracized and the Themistocles decree,” CSCA 4:93-110.

CALLAWAY, C. 1993. “Perjury and the unsworn oath,” TAPA 123:15-25.

CAMERON, A. 1969. “The Last Days of the Academy at Athens,” PCPS 15:7-29.

CAMP, J., M. IERARDI, J. MCINERNEY, K. MORGAN, AND G. UMHOLTZ. 1992. “A trophy from the Battle of Chaironeia of 86 BC,” AJA 96.3:443-55.

___________. 1997. “An Athenian dedication to Herakles at Panopeus,” Hesperia 66:2:261-70.

CASKEY, M.E. 1976. “Newsletter from Greece,” AJA 75:295-317; pl. 73-80.

CATLING, H.W. AND D. SMYTH. 1976.  “An Early Christian osteotheke at Knossos,” ABSA 71:25-47.

CATLING, H.W. AND A.L. DIKIGOROPOULOS. 1970. “The Kornos cave: an Early Byzantine site in Cyprus,” Levant 2:37-62, pl. 1-15.

CHERF, W.J. 1992. “Carbon-14 chronology for the Late-Roman fortifications of the Thermopylai frontier,” JRA 5:261-264.

CHERRY, J.F., J.L. DAVIS AND E. MANTZOURANI, EDS. 1991. “Chapter 5: Gazeteer of Archaeological Sites,” in Landscape Archaeology as Long-Term History: Northern Keos in the Cycladic islands from earliest settlement until modern times, 67-158. Los Angeles.

___________,___________, AND ___________, EDS. 1991. “Chapter 17, part. 5: Medieval and modern periods,” in Landscape Archaeology as Long-Term History: Northern Keos in the Cycladic islands from earliest settlement until modern times, 347-478. Los Angeles.

CLARKE, J. R. 1975. “Kinesthetic address and the influence of architecture on mosaic composition in three Hadrianic bath complexes at Ostia,” Architectura 5:1-7.

CLAVEL-LEVEQUE, M. AND J. ECOFFET. 1992. “Image spot et cadastres antiques,” in Traitement des images satellitaires: Séminaire du GDR 36, journée du 26 février 1991,53-63. Paris.

CLEMENT, P. 1987. “Isthmian notes,” in Filia epi eis Georgion E. Milonan dia ta 60 eti tou anaskaphikou tou ergou II, 381-383. Athens.

___________. 1972 [1976]. “Isthmia excavations,” ArchDelt 27 B’1:224-231, 698-711.

COMSA, M. 1968. “Sur l’origine et l’évolution de la civilisation de la population romane, et ensuite protoroumaine, aux vie-xe siècle sur le territoire de la Roumanie,” Dacia n.s. 12:355-380.

CORBETT, P.E. 1970. “Greek temples and Greek worshippers: the literary and archaeological evidence,” ICS 17:149-158.

COULSON, W.D.E., AND H. KYRIELEIS, EDS. 1999. Proceedings of an International Symposium in the Olympic Games, 5-9 September 1988. Athens. Excerpts.

CRONE, P. 1989. Pre-industrial societies, 13-57. Oxford.

CUTLER, A. 1997. “The right hand’s cunning: craftsmanship and the demand for art in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages,” Speculum 72:971-994.

DALY, L.W. n.d. “Echinos and Justinian’s Fortifications in Greece.” AIA (?): 500-508.

DARK, K. AND P. DARK. 1997. The Landscape of Roman Britain, 1-157. Stroud, Gloustershire.

DASCALAKIS, Ap. 1966. “Le role des humanites dans l’education contemporaine,” Anatypvsiw Ek thw Episthmonikhs Epethpidos Thw Filosofikhs sxolhs Toy Panepisthmioy Auhnvn Toy Etoys 1965-1966: 590-596.

___________. 1968. “Historical science and nationalism,” Trans. Yearbook Fac. Phil. Uni. Ath. 17.

DASZEWSKI, W.A. 1989. “Aphrodite from Paphos and from Egypt,” in V. Tatton-Brown, ed, Cyprus and the East Mediterranean in the Iron Age: Proceedings of the Seventh British Museum Classical Colloquium, April 1988, 122-131. London.

DAUX, G. 1967. “Pour une prosopographie thasienne,” BCH 91.1:1-49, pls. I-II.

___________. 1967. “Dionysermos, fils d’Antenor, au Counre,” BCH 91.2:491-493.

___________. 1967. “Notes de lecture,” BCH 91.2:469-482.

___________. 1967. “Theores et thearodoques,” REG 80:292-297.

___________. 1968. “Notes de lecture,” BCH 92.1:241-256.

___________. 1968. “Notes de lecture,” BCH 92.2:625-632.

___________. 1968. “Le poteidanion de Delphes,” BCH 92.2:540-549.

___________. 1969. “Notes de lecture,” BCH 93.1:419-430.

___________. 1969. “Notes de lecture,” BCH 93.2:946-954.

___________. 1971. “Réflexions sur l’épigraphie,” in Acta of the Fifth International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Cambridge, 18th to 23rd September, 1967, 1-8. Oxford.

___________. 1973. “Notes de lecture,” BCH 97.1:239-251.

___________. 1973. “Anth. Pal. 6.280,” ZPE 12.3:225-236.

___________DAVIDSON, G.R. 1937. “The Avar invasion of Corinth,” Hesperia 6:227-240.

DAVIS, J. L., J. ALCOCK J., ET AL. 1997. “The Pylos regional archaeological project: part 1, overview and archaeological survey,” Hesperia 66.3:391-462, pls. 85-92.

DAY, L., W.D.E. COULSON, AND G. GESELL. 1986. “Kavousi, 1983-1984: the settlement at Vronda,” Hesperia 55.4:355-387, pls. 77-84.

DAY, J.W. 1994. “Interactive offerings: Early Greek dedicatory epigrams and ritual,” HSCP 98:37-74.

DEAN, L.R. 1918. “Latin inscriptions from Corinth, I,” AJA 22:189-187.

___________. 1919. “Latin inscriptions from Corinth, II,” AJA 23:163-174.

___________. 1922. “Latin inscriptions from Corinth, IIII,” AJA 26:451-476.

DE GRUMMOND, N. ET AL. 1994. “Excavations at Cetamura del Chianti, 1987-1991,” Journal of the Etruscan Foundation 1:84-122.

DELAINE, J. 1988. “Recent research on Roman baths,” JRA 1:11-32. 3 copies.

DEMARIS, R.E. 1995. “Demeter in Roman Corinth: Local Development in a Mediterranean Religion,” Numen 42:105-117.

_________. 1995. “Corinthian Religion and Baptism for the Dead (I Corinthians 15:29): Insights from Archaeology and Anthropology,” JBL 114.4:661-682.

DENGATE, J.A. 1981. “Coin hoards from the gymnasium area at Corinth,” Hesperia 50.2:47-188.

DEVER, W.G. 1995. “The death of a discipline [American biblical archaeology],” BiblArchR  21.5:50-55, 70.

DINSMOOR, A.D.  Studies in the History of the Parthenon I-III. 1966. Dissertation.

DINSMOOR, W.B. 1977. Book review, W.W. Wurster, Der ApollontempelGnomon 49:297-302.

___________. 1960. “A Greek sculptured metope in Rome,” Hesperia 29.3:304-315, pls.71-72.

___________. 1961. “Rhamnountine fantasies,” Hesperia 30.2:179-204, pl.32.

___________. 1967. “Two monuments on the Athenian acropolis,” in Charisterion eis Anastasion K. Orlandon II, 145-155. Athens.

DIVITA, A. 1979. “Contributi per una storia urbanistica di Selinunte. Filias Charin,” Filias Xariv, 803-829.  (publication info?)

*DONCEVA-PETKOVA, L. “La céramique domestique bulgare pendant le Haut Moyen Age (la seconde moitie du vie à la fin du xe s.).” (publication info?),  214- 221.

DOUKELLIS, P. AND S. ZOUMBAKI. 1995. “De Flamininus aux Antonins: conquete et amenagements de l’espace extra-urbain en Achaie et Macedoine,” in Dialogues d’histoire ancienne (Hommage à Jean Pouilloux) 21.2, 205-228. Paris.

DOWNEY, S. 1976. “Temples à escaliers: the Dura evidence,” CSCA 9:21-39.

DOWNS, J. 1993. “Tower 14 project report.” Unpublished manuscript.

DUJCEV, I. 1976. “Traduzione,” in Cronaca di Monemvasia, 3-24. Palermo.

DYSON, S.L. 1981. “Settlement reconstruction in the Ager Cosanus and the Albegna Valley,” in Graeme Barker and Richard Hodges, eds., Archaeology and Italian Society: Prehistoric, Roman, and Medieval Studies. Papers in Italian Archaeology II, BAR-IS no. 102, 269-274. Oxford.

___________. 1993. “From new to New Age archaeology: archaeological theory and classical archaeology—a 1990s perspective,” AJA 97:195-206.

EDWARDS, G., AND R. AND M. THOMPSON. 1970. “A hoard of gold coins of Philip and Alexander from Corinth,” AJA 74:343-350.

EIDEN, H. 1959. “Spatrömisches Figurenmosaik am Kornmarkt in Trier,” in Aus der Schatzkammer des Antiken Trier: Neue Forschungen und Ausgrabungen, 54-73.Trier.

EISNER, J. 1947-8. “Pour dater la civilisation ‘avare’,” Byzantinoslavica 9:45-54.

EPSTEIN, A.W. 1980. “Middle Byzantine churches of Kastoria: dates and implications,” ArtB 62.2:190-207.

ERVIN, M. 1967. “Newsletter from Greece,” AJA 71:293-306, pls. 87-94.

___________. 1969. “Newsletter from Greece,” AJA 73:341-357, pls. 85-92.

___________. 1970. “Newsletter from Greece,” AJA 74:261-284, pls. 63-72.  2 copies.

EVELY, D. 1983. “Byzantine and allied pottery: a contribution by chemical analysis to problems of origin and distribution,” BSA 78:142, pls. 24-30.

FARNSWORTH, M. 1970. “Corinthian pottery: technical studies,” AJA 74:9-20.

FEISSEL, D. 1976. “Notes d’épigraphie chrétienne,” BCH 100:269-281.

___________. 1977. “Notes d’épigraphie chrétienne (II),” BCH 101:209-228.      AND A. PHILIPPIDIS-BRAAT. 1985. “Inventaires en vue d’un recueil des inscriptions historiques de Byzance. III. Inscriptions du Péloponnèse (à l’exception de Mistra),” Travaux et Mémoires 9:267-395.

FILOTHEOU, G. AND M. MICHAILIDOU. 1986 [1991]. Byzaqntina pinaqkia apoq to fortiqo nayagismeqnoy ploiqoy konta sto Kastelloqrizo,” ArchDelt 41 A’1:271-330.

FINLEY, M.I., ED. 1976. Studies in Roman PropertyCambridge University Research Seminar, 11-212. Cambridge.

*FINNEGAN, M. 1978. “Non-metric variation of the infracranial skeleton,” JAnat 125:23-37.

FORBES, H. 1998. “A ‘waste’ of resources: aspects of landscape exploitation in lowland Greek agriculture,” in P.N. Kardulias and M. Shutes, eds., Aegean Strategies: Studies of Culture and Environment on the European Fringe, 187-213.  Lanham, MD. [missing 6/ 2000]

FOWDEN, G. 1978. “Bishops and temples in the Eastern Roman Empire A.D. 320-435,” JTS n.s.29:53-78.

___________. 1991. “Constantine’s porphyry column: the earliest literary allusion,” JRS 81:119-131, pl. IX.

FRANKEL, D. 1994. “Color variation on prehistoric Cypriot red polished pottery,” JFA 21.2:205-219.

*FRANTZ, A. 1938. “Middle Byzantine pottery in Athens,” Hesperia 7:428-67.

___________. 1942. “Turkish pottery from the Agora,” Hesperia 11.1:1-28.

___________. 1955. “From paganism to christianity in the temples of Athens,” DOP 19:187-205. 2 copies.

___________. 1975. “Pagan philosophers in Christian Athens,” PAPhS 119.1:29-38.

FURNISH, V.P. 1984.  “Introduction,” in II Corinthians, Anchor Bible 32A, pp. 3-23.

FURTWÄNGLER/REICHOLD. n.d.  “Rejects” (PHOTOS)

GALLANT, T.W. 1997. “Greek exceptionalism and contemporary historiography: new pitfalls and old debates,” JMGS 15.2:209-216 http://etexta.ohiolink.edu:6873/journals/journal_of_modern_greek_studies/v…/15.2gallant.htm 

GARNSEY, P., R. SALLER, C.R.WHITTAKER, EDS. 1983. “Introduction,” in Trade in the Ancient Economy, ix-xxv. London.

GEAGAN, D. J. 1979. “Roman Athens,” ANRW II.7.1:382-410.

___________.  1989. “The Isthmian Dossier of P. Licinius Priscus Juventianus,” Hesperia 58.3:349-360, pl. 56.

GEBHARD, E.R. 1991. Book review, J.G. Pedley, Paestum: Greeks and Romans in Southern Italy, JFA 18:512-514.

___________. 1992. “The early stadium at Isthmia and the founding of the Isthmian Games,” in W.D.E. Coulson and H. Kyrieleis, eds., Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Olympic Games 5-9 September 1988, 73-79. Athens.

___________. 1992. “Oscar Theodore Broneer, 1894-1992,” AJA 96:543-546.

___________. 1993. “The evolution of a pan-Hellenic sanctuary: from archaeology towards history at Isthmia,” in N. Marinatos and R. Higg, eds., Greek Sanctuaries: New Approaches, 154-177. London.

___________ AND F.P. HEMANS. 1990. “Excavations at the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia.” Unpublished paper delivered at AIA 91st Meeting, 1990; abstract in AJA 94.2:318-319.

___________ AND F.P. HEMANS. 1998.  “University of Chicago excavations at Isthmia: II,” Hesperia 67.1:1-63, pls. 1-8.

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