Pensum/læringskrav

Alle artikler oppført under foreligger som masterkopier (merket *) og kan lånes fra ekspedisjonen i Blindernvn. 11 for egenkopiering.

Bøker (810 lesesider):

Davies, P.J.E. 2000: Death and the emperor. Roman imperial funerary monuments from Augustus to Marcus Aurelius, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (170 lesesider)

Fiocchi Nicolai, V. 1999: The Christian catacombs of Rome. History, Decoration, Inscription, Verlag Schnell & Steiner, Regensburg, s. 7-115, 147-185 (95 lesesider) – ISBN 3795411947

Koortbojian, M. 1995: Myth, meaning and memory on Roman sarcophagi, University of California Press, Berkeley (s. 1-18, 114-126, 127-141, 143-146) (50 lesesider) – ISBN 0520085183

Kurtz, D. & Boardman, J. 1971: Greek burial customs, Thames & Hudson, London (s. 29-169 (kap. 2-8), 200-246 (kap. 11-12), 273-306 (kap. 16) = 160 lesesider)

Morris, I. 1992: Death ritual and social structure in classical antiquity, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (180 lesesider)

Toynbee, J.M.C. 1971: Death and burial in the Roman world, Thames & Hudson, London (alle sider foruten s. 164-234 (kap. VI a-f) = 155 lesesider)

Artikler (148 lesesider):

*Berczelly, L. 1996: “De som ikke skrev bøker – sarkofagrelieff som vidnesbyrd om hverdagsfilosofi i keisertidens Roma”, i E. Østby, T. Skedsmo & J. Alfsen (red.): I H.P. L’Oranges fotspor. Forskning ved Det norske institutt i Roma, Messel forlag, Oslo, s. 112-132 (17 lesesider)

*Costambeys, M. 2001: “Burial topography and the power of the church in fifth and sixth century Rome”, Papers of British School at Rome (PBSR) 69, 169-189 (21 lesesider)

*Hope, V.M. 1997: “A roof over the dead: communal trends and family structure”, i R. Laurence & A. Wallace-Hadrill (red.): Domestic space in the Roman world: Pompeii and beyond (Journal of Roman Archaeology (JRA), Suppl. 22), Portsmouth, RI, 69-88 (16 lesesider).

*Lindsay, H. 2000: “Death-pollution and funerals in the city of Rome”, i V.M. Hope & E. Marshall (red.): Death and disease in the ancient city, London & New York, 152-173 (22 lesesider)

*Meneghini, R. & Santangelo Valenzani, R. 2000: “Intra-mural burials at Rome between the fifth and the seventh centuries AD”, i J. Pearce (red.): Burial, society and context in the Roman world, Oxbow, Oxford, 263-269 (4 lesesider)

*Oliver, G.J. 2000: “An introduction to the epigraphy of death: funerary inscriptions as evidence”, i G.J. Oliver (red.): The epigraphy of death. Studies in the history and society of Greece and Rome, Liverpool university press, Liverpool, s. 1-23 (19 lesesider)

*Oliver, G.J. 2000: “Athenian funerary monuments: style, grandeur and cost”, i G.J. Oliver (red.): The epigraphy of death. Studies in the history and society of Greece and Rome, Liverpool university press, Liverpool, s. 59-80 (18 lesesider)

*Patterson, J. R. 1992: “Patronage, collegia and burial in Imperial Rome”, i S. Bassett (red.): Death in towns. Urban responses to the dying and the dead, 100-1600, London & New York, 15-27 (12 lesesider).

*Patterson, J.R. 2000: “On the margins of the city of Rome”, i V.M. Hope & E. Marshall (red.): Death and disease in the ancient city, London & New York, 85-103 (19 lesesider)

Pensum ca. 1.000 sider 

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