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Lomas, K; (2004) The Mysterious Deity of Lagole: Ritual and Writing in Ancient Italy. Archaeology International , 2003/4 (7) pp. 27-30.


Gardner, A and Herring, E and Lomas, K (Eds). (2013) Creating Ethnicities and Identities in the Roman World. [Book]. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplementary Series. Institute of Classical Studies: London, UK.

UNSPECIFIED (Ed). (1993) Rome and the Western Greeks, 350 B.C. - A.D. 200: Conquest and acculturation in southern Italy. Routledge: London.

UNSPECIFIED (Ed). Roman Italy: A Sourcebook. UCL Press: London.

Lomas, K; Cornell, T; (2002) Bread and circuses : euergetism and municipal patronage in Roman Italy. [Book]. Routledge classical monographs. Routledge: London.

Book chapter

Lomas, K; (2004) Funerary Epigraphy and the impact of Rome on Italy. In: de Ligt, L and Hemelrijk, EA and Singor, H, (eds.) Roman rule and civic life: regional perspectives (1st to 4th centuries AD).

Lomas, K; (2004) Italy in the Roman Republic, 338-31 BC. In: Flower, H, (ed.) Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic. (pp. 199-224). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Lomas, K; (2004) A Volscian Mafia? Cicero and his Italian Clients in the Forensic Speeches. In: Paterson, JJ and Powell, JGF, (eds.) Cicero the Advocate. (pp. 96-116). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Lomas, K; (2003) Hellenism, Romanisation and cultural identity in Massilia. In: Lomas, K, (ed.) Greek Identity in the Western Mediterranean. Papers in honour of Professor B.B. Shefton. (pp. 474-494). Brill: Leiden.

Lomas, K; (2003) Personal Identity and Romanisation: Greek funerary inscriptions from southern Italy. In: Herring, E and Wilkins, J, (eds.) Inhabiting Symbols: symbol and imagery in the ancient Mediterranean. (pp. 193-207). Accordia Research Institute: London.

Lomas, K; Tyrants and the Polis: Migration, identity and urban development in Greek Sicily. In: Lewis, S, (ed.) Tyrants, kings, dynasts and generals: modes of autocracy in the classical period (500-320BC. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Riva, C; Inscriptions in 7th-century Etruria: a form of gender identity? In: Lomas, K, (ed.) Literacy and State Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean. Accordia Research Centre: London.

Conference item

Gleba, M; (2009) Textile tools and specialisation in the Early Iron Age female burials. Presented at: Gender Identities in Italy in the First Millennium BC.

Lomas, K; (2003) Hellenism, Romanisation and cultural identity in Massilia. Presented at: Greek Identity in the Western Mediterranean.

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