Athens, Attica, and the Megarid: An Archaeological Guide

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Bibliography

The bibliography listed below is confined to the most important titles relevant to this guide and particularly to the most recent. They are meant to facilitate the beginning of academic research on specific topics and to provide the information for the specialist reader on which the descriptions in the guide are based.

The abbreviations are in accordance with the Archaeological Bibliography ('Archäologische Bibliographie') edited by the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) at Berlin.

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General bibliography (see below n. 2 ff. the special bibliography for the respective sites):
Lexika : S. Lauffer (ed.), Griechenland. Lexikon der historischen Stätten. Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart (München 1989). D. Leekley, R. Noyes, Archaeological Excavations in Southern Greece (Park Ridge 1976) 1-29 (Attica). D. Leekley, Archaeological Excavations on Greek Islands (Park Ridge 1976) for Aigina, Salamis und Poros. D. Müller, Topographischer Bildkommentar zu den Historien Herodots . Griechenland (Tübingen 1987). R. Stillwell (ed.), The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (Princeton 1979). J. Travlos, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens (London 1971). J. Travlos, Bildlexikon zur Topographie des antiken Attika (Tübingen 1988).
Greek architecture: W.B. Dinsmoor, The Architecture of Ancient Greece (New York 1975). G. Gruben, Die Tempel der Griechen (München 1986). H. Knell, Perikleische Baukunst (Darmstadt 1979).
Byzantine architecture : (ed.) A.K. Orlandos. 1, 1935-12, 1973 (reprint 1999). R. Krautheimer, Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture (Penguin Books 1965). Ch. Bouras, A. Kaloyeropoulou, R. Andreadi, The Churches of Attica (Athens 1970). P. Hetherington, Byzantine and Medieval Greece (London 1991).
Early travellers : E. Dodwell, Views in Greece (1821). A. Kokkou, (Athens 1977). A. Papanikolaou-Christensen, Athens 1818-1853 ; Views of Athens by Danish Artists (Athens 1985); R. Stoneman, Land of Lost Gods. The Search for Classical Greece (University of Oklahoma Press, Norman & London 1987).

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