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Series: Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology

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Approaches to the Study of Attic Vases: Beazley and Pottier by Philippe Rouet
Attic Document Reliefs: Art and Politics in Ancient Athens by Carol L. Lawton
Attic Script: A Survey by Henry R. Immerwahr
Brickstamps of Constantinople by Jonathan Bardill
Chryselephantine Statuary in the Ancient Mediterranean World by Kenneth D. S. Lapatin
Dionysian Imagery in Fifth-Century Athens by Thomas H. Carpenter
Dwarfs in Ancient Egypt and Greece by Véronique Dasen
Greek City Walls of the Archaic Period, 900-480 BC by Rune Frederiksen
Hellenistic Engraved Gems by Dimitris Plantzos
Hellenistic Fortifications from the Aegean to the Euphrates by A. W. McNicoll
Hellenistic Royal Portraits by R. R. R. Smith
Komast Dancers in Archaic Greek Art by Tyler Jo Smith
Late Classical and Hellenistic Silver Plate from Macedonia by Eleni Zimi
The Late Mannerists in Athenian Vase-Painting by Thomas Mannack
The Local Scripts of Archaic Greece: A Study of the Origin of the Greek Alphabet and its Development from the Eighth to the Fifth Centuries BC by L. H. Jeffery
The Micali Painter and his Followers by Nigel Jonathan Spivey
Naukratis: Trade in Archaic Greece by Astrid Moller
The Odrysian Kingdom of Thrace: Orpheus Unmasked by Z. H. Archibald
Relief Sculpture of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus by B. F. Cook
Roman Children's Sarcophagi: Their Decoration and its Social Significance by Janet Huskinson
Roman Theatres: An Architectural Study by Frank Sear
The Temple of Athena at Assos by Bonna Daix Wescoat
The Treasures of the Parthenon and Erechtheion by Diane Harris

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