Projects with Paul G. Bahn

Writing projects with Paul G. Bahn have included:

Entries on Greek and Roman archaeology for P. Bahn (ed.), The Collins Dictionary of Archaeology (Glasgow: Collins, 1992). [ISBN 0-00-434158-9]; [American edition] (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 1993).

‘Romans in North Africa’, ‘Etruscan Tombs’, ‘Vergina’, ‘The Athenian Agora: the Heart of Democracy’, ‘Aphrodisias’, ‘Mediterranean Shipwrecks’, ‘Pompeii and Herculaneum’, and ‘Vindolanda’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), 100 Great Archaeological Discoveries (New York: Barnes and Noble, 1995), 42–43, 110–13, 116–27.

Classical archaeology sections for P. Bahn (ed.), The Cambridge Illustrated History of Archaeology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).

‘Battle Cemeteries’, ‘Herculaneum and Pompeii’, and ‘Philip of Macedon’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Tombs, Graves and Mummies (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1996), 74–77, 110–113, 154–159.

‘Ancient classical sculptures’, ‘The Panagyurishté Treasure’, ‘The Rogozen Treasure’, ‘Etruscan Tombs’, ‘The Hildesheim Treasure’, ‘Hoards from Pompeii’, ‘The Boscoreale Treasure’, ‘Mosaics from Roman Britain’, ‘The Portland Vase’, ‘The Water Newton Hoard’, ‘The Mildenhall Treasure’, ‘The Esquiline Treasure’, and ‘The Hoxne Treasure’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Wonderful Things (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999), 152–57, 162–81, 188–97.

‘The expanding Greek world’, ‘The western Mediterranean’, ‘The classical age of Greece’, ‘The Hellenistic Near East’, ‘The spread of the Roman Empire’, ‘Communications and trade’, and ‘The frontiers of the Empire’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed), The Atlas of World Archaeology (London: Time-Life Books, 2000), pp. 91–93, 96–105.

Entries on Greek and Roman archaeology for Paul Bahn (ed.), The Penguin Archaeology Guide (London: Penguin, 2001)

‘Cerveteri’, ‘Athens’, ‘Herculaneum’, ‘Vindolanda’, and ‘Masada’, in Paul Bahn (ed.), The Archaeology Detectives (Lewes: The Ivy Press / Reader’s Digest, 2001), pp. 92–107, 174–77.

‘What is archaeology?’, ‘The origins of archaeology’, ‘Antiquarians and travelers’, ‘A systematic approach’, ‘Who owns the past?’, ‘Conserving the past’, ‘Making a date’, ‘The Greeks’, ‘The Romans’, ‘The sculpture of Greece and Rome’, ‘The Athenian agora’, ‘Delphi’, ‘The tombs of Tarquinia’, ‘The Parthenon’, ‘The imperial fora at Rome’, ‘Pompeii’, ‘Vindolanda’, ‘Masada’, in Archaeology: The Definitive Guide (consulting editor, P.G. Bahn) (Sydney: Weldon Owen Publishing, 2002), pp. 20–27, 30–35, 46–49, 52–55, 86–87, 170–79, 306–19, 360–61.

‘Bodies from the ashes: Herculaneum and Pompeii’, ‘A woman from Roman London: in a lead coffin’, in Paul G. Bahn (consulting editor), Written in Bones. How Human Remains Unlock the Secrets of the Dead (Toronto: Firefly Books, 2003), pp. 46–50, 144–47.

Entries on Greek and Roman archaeology for Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Dictionary of Archaeology (London: Penguin, 2004).

‘William Grimes’, ‘David Hogarth’, ‘Winifred Lamb’, ‘Alan Bayard Wace’, ‘Sir Mortimer Wheeler’, ‘Manolis Andronikos’, ‘Olympia’, ‘Cyrene’, ‘Delphi’, ‘The Athenian Agora’, ‘Tarquinia’, ‘Pergamon’, ‘Carthage’, ‘The Domus Aurea’, ‘Ostia’, ‘Pompeii’, ‘Masada’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), The Illustrated World Encylopedia of Archaeology (London: Lorenz Books, 2007), pp. 50–51, 54, 64–65, 70–71, 154–171.

‘Classical Civilization’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Ancient World in Your Pocket (New York: Barnes & Noble, 2007), pp. 95–112.

‘Seven wonders of the world’, ‘Athens’, ‘Delphi’, ‘Olympia’, ‘Cerveteri and Tarquinia’, ‘Greek Temples of Italy’, ‘Ostia’, ‘Pompeii and Herculaneum’, ‘Bath’, ‘Hadrian’s Wall’, ‘Masada’, ‘Jerash’, ‘Leptis Magna’, ‘Palmyra’, ‘ephesus’, ‘Pergamon’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Exploring the Ancient World: A Guide to the Most Outstanding Historical Wonders Ever Built (Basingstoke: AA Publishing, 2008), pp. 12–13, 60–67, 74–75, 84–93, 100–01, 104–05, 146–61, 230–37.

‘William Grimes’, ‘David Hogarth’, ‘Winifred Lamb’, ‘Alan Bayard Wace’, ‘Sir Mortimer Wheeler’, ‘Manolis Andronikos’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), The Great Archaeologists (London: Southwater, 2008), pp. 46–47, 50, 60–61, 66–67.

‘Olympia’, ‘Cyrene’, ‘Delphi’, ‘The Athenian Agora’, ‘Tarquinia’, ‘Pergamon’, ‘Carthage’, ‘The Domus Aurea’, ‘Ostia’, ‘Pompeii’, ‘Masada’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Legendary Sites of the Ancient World (London: Southwater, 2009), pp. 62–79.

‘The Classical world: antiquarian pursuits’, in P. G. Bahn (ed.), The History of Archaeology: an Introduction (London: Routledge, 2014), 57–72.

‘Classical Greece’, ‘Greater Greece’, ‘Selinus’, ‘Paestum’, ‘The Hellenistic World’, ‘Alexandria’, ‘Vergina’, ‘Carthaginian Empire’, ‘Carthage’, ‘Motya’, ‘Archaic Italy’, ‘Etruscan Cerveteri’, ‘Roman Italy’, ‘Ancient Jews’, ‘Qumran’, ‘Masada’, ‘The Roman Army and Frontiers’, ‘Numantia’, ‘Vindolanda’, ‘The Roman East’, ‘Palmyra’, ‘Roman Africa’, ‘Dougga’, ’Lepcis Magna’, ‘The Nabataeans’, ‘Petra’, in Paul G. Bahn (ed.), Archaeology: The Whole Story (London: Thames & Hudson, 2017), pp. 238–39, 246–51, 276–91, 300–01, 306–11, 320–25, 332–45.