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Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 1 (Color): Plan Of Pompeii With Streets And Locations Mentioned In The Text Labelled. Light Gray Areas Are Unexcavated., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 1 (Color): Plan Of Pompeii With Streets And Locations Mentioned In The Text Labelled. Light Gray Areas Are Unexcavated., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 11 (Color): Paving At Pompeii: Phase 1 (Ca. 100 B.C.E. - 21 B.C.E.)., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 11 (Color): Paving At Pompeii: Phase 1 (Ca. 100 B.C.E. - 21 B.C.E.)., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 13 (Color): Paving At Pompeii: Phases 4 And 5 (21 Ce - 40 Ce; 41 - 62 Ce)., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 13 (Color): Paving At Pompeii: Phases 4 And 5 (21 Ce - 40 Ce; 41 - 62 Ce)., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 12 (Color): Paving At Pompeii: Phases 2 And 3 (20 B.C.E. - 1 B.C.E.; 1 Ce - 20 Ce)., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 12 (Color): Paving At Pompeii: Phases 2 And 3 (20 B.C.E. - 1 B.C.E.; 1 Ce - 20 Ce)., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 9 (Color): Paving Junctures By Type And Relation To Intersections. Dp, Differential Paving; La, Linear Abutment; Tr, Terminating Ruts; Wa, Wearless Area. Combinations Of Abbreviations Indicate Co-Occurrences Of Paving Juncture Types., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 9 (Color): Paving Junctures By Type And Relation To Intersections. Dp, Differential Paving; La, Linear Abutment; Tr, Terminating Ruts; Wa, Wearless Area. Combinations Of Abbreviations Indicate Co-Occurrences Of Paving Juncture Types., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 16 (Color): Vicolo Delle Conciapelle (Pe_136) At Via Stabiana (Pe_097), From The West. Evidence For Repaving In Process: New Paving (A); Paving Stone Pile For Reuse (B); Paving Stones Recut Into D-Shaped Curbstones (C). View To East., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 16 (Color): Vicolo Delle Conciapelle (Pe_136) At Via Stabiana (Pe_097), From The West. Evidence For Repaving In Process: New Paving (A); Paving Stone Pile For Reuse (B); Paving Stones Recut Into D-Shaped Curbstones (C). View To East., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Supplemental Figure 2 (Color): Bomb Impact On Via Del Vesuvio (Pe_127)., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Supplemental Figure 2 (Color): Bomb Impact On Via Del Vesuvio (Pe_127)., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a supplementary, color figure to accompany, but which is not also published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Supplemental Figure 1 (Color): Archival Image Of Domenico Fontana Aqueduct Crossing Via Stabiana (Pe_179) Printed On Screen Across Doorway Viii 7, 26., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Supplemental Figure 1 (Color): Archival Image Of Domenico Fontana Aqueduct Crossing Via Stabiana (Pe_179) Printed On Screen Across Doorway Viii 7, 26., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a supplementary, color figure to accompany, but which is not also published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Supplemental Figure 3 (Color): Pock-Marks Between Fountain Guard Stones On Via Stabiana (A, Pe_006); On Stepping Stone Across Vicolo Di Tesmo (B, Pe_054); In The ‘Shadow’ Of A Stepping-Stone On Via Della Fortuna (C, Pe_017); Along The Edge Of Via Dell’Abbondanza (D, Pe_118)., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Supplemental Figure 3 (Color): Pock-Marks Between Fountain Guard Stones On Via Stabiana (A, Pe_006); On Stepping Stone Across Vicolo Di Tesmo (B, Pe_054); In The ‘Shadow’ Of A Stepping-Stone On Via Della Fortuna (C, Pe_017); Along The Edge Of Via Dell’Abbondanza (D, Pe_118)., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a supplementary, color figure to accompany, but which is not also published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 19 (Color): Length Type Of Paving Events, Phases 3 - 8. Phases 1 And 2 Are Excluded Because Later Repairs Make It Impossible To Determine The Original Length Types., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 19 (Color): Length Type Of Paving Events, Phases 3 - 8. Phases 1 And 2 Are Excluded Because Later Repairs Make It Impossible To Determine The Original Length Types., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 17 (Color): Survivorship Curve Of Paving Events, Phases 1 - 3. Value Represents The Percentage Of The Original Paved Area Remaining By Time Period., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 17 (Color): Survivorship Curve Of Paving Events, Phases 1 - 3. Value Represents The Percentage Of The Original Paved Area Remaining By Time Period., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 2 (Color): Plan Of Paving Styles At Pompeii. Black: Beaten Ash (Battuto) Surface; Black With Crosshatch: Street Surfaces On Debris Mounds; Diagonal Hatching: Polychrome Stone Paving (Sarno Paving); Gray: Lava Stone Pavement; Crosshatching: Street Dilapidated And Under Repair; Stippling: Street Known To Have No Paved Surface; White: Surface Type Is Unknown., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Poehler And Crowther 2018, Figure 2 (Color): Plan Of Paving Styles At Pompeii. Black: Beaten Ash (Battuto) Surface; Black With Crosshatch: Street Surfaces On Debris Mounds; Diagonal Hatching: Polychrome Stone Paving (Sarno Paving); Gray: Lava Stone Pavement; Crosshatching: Street Dilapidated And Under Repair; Stippling: Street Known To Have No Paved Surface; White: Surface Type Is Unknown., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This image is a color version of the same figure published in Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4.


Supplementary Document Of Poehler And Crowther 2018: The Lex Julia Municipalis (Tabula Heracleensis)., Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Supplementary Document Of Poehler And Crowther 2018: The Lex Julia Municipalis (Tabula Heracleensis)., Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

The following document presents portions of the lex Julia Municipalis (lines 20-49, 53-55) which we refer to in the article published as Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4. The English translation is presented first followed by the Latin. The translation and reconstruction of the original text are by Crawford as published in: Crawford, M., ed. 1996. Roman Statutes. BICS Suppl. 64, 2 vols., 373-74, 363-65. London: Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.


Supplementary Digital Figures For Poehler And Crowther 2018, Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Supplementary Digital Figures For Poehler And Crowther 2018, Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

This document lists and links to the supplementary images for the article Poehler, E. and B. Crowther. 2018. “Paving Pompeii: the archaeology of stone-paved streets.” AJA 122.4. Figures 1 – 20 are color versions of those published in the article. Supplemental Figures 1 – 4 are additional illustrations not provided with the publication.


Supplementary Table 1 Of Poehler And Crowther 2018: Description Of Paving Events, Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Supplementary Table 1 Of Poehler And Crowther 2018: Description Of Paving Events, Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

Supplementary Table 1 presents the evidence for each of the 172 events of paving within Pompeii’s lava stone streets. 


Supplementary Table 2 Of Poehler And Crowther 2018: Evidence Of Absolute Chronology, Eric E. Poehler 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Supplementary Table 2 Of Poehler And Crowther 2018: Evidence Of Absolute Chronology, Eric E. Poehler

Eric Poehler

Supplementary Table 2 presents the 93 instances where evidence for the absolute chronology for paving Pompeii’s lava stone streets were applied to the relative chronology constructed from paving junctures and street surface conditions of each paving event


Piecing Together Roman Life And Art: The Impact Of Societal Changes On Developments In Roman Mosaics, Emily A. Lewis 2018 Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

Piecing Together Roman Life And Art: The Impact Of Societal Changes On Developments In Roman Mosaics, Emily A. Lewis

Honors Bachelor of Arts

Although changes in mosaics in ancient Rome can be attributed to various factors such as available resources, skills of the mosaicists, and room aesthetics with wall paintings, the changes in the relationship amongst social classes is a factor that is rarely examined, but strongly impacted these development in mosaic styles. First, an analysis of various mosaics from the 2nd century BC-2nd century AD will be given so that there is an understanding of the changes that occurred. From there, reasons for the adaptations of polychrome into black and white will be assessed; focusing the argument on analysis of ...


Nl Central 2018, Anthony Preus 2018 Binghamton University--SUNY

Nl Central 2018, Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Magic Use In Roman Sexuality, Anne Margaret Chenchar 2018 University of Wyoming

Magic Use In Roman Sexuality, Anne Margaret Chenchar

Undergraduate Research Day

2017 Undergraduate Research Day Award Winner
Category: Award for Excellence in the Liberal Arts

The Roman civilization was incredibly dynamic as it grew and accepted new citizens over the years of its rule. Through the diversity of the culture Romans integrated superstition, and magic use into their society. Roman society put value on the ability to produce viable offspring, and be a competent sexual partner in marriage. Through the stress of this value, Romans who fell short sexually turned to magical practices to help heal them. This idea was so prominent in the society that Gaius Petronius wrote Satyricon a ...


The Marriage Of Cicero: Matrimonial Metaphor In The Second Philippic, Elijah J. Mears 2018 University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The Marriage Of Cicero: Matrimonial Metaphor In The Second Philippic, Elijah J. Mears

Papers & Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research

This paper examines Cicero’s self-presentation in the second Philippic oration and his casting of himself in opposition to Marc Antony, particular in regard to themes of conjugal and marital virtue. I argue that Cicero attempts to augment his own claim to be helmsman of the Roman state by portraying himself as metaphorically married to the Republic: Cicero, throughout the Philippics, bolsters his own virtues by portraying himself in opposition to Antony’s vices, particularly Antony’s many sexual and romantic misdeeds, including his “marriage” to the younger Curio. This comparison points not only to Cicero’s own sexual virtue ...


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