Athenian Tribute List Bibliography
Allen, V.F. 1979 The First Tribute Stele and the Athenian Empire, 455-445 B.C., unpubl. Diss., Los Angeles 1971, Ann Arbor, Michigan University Microfilms International.
Bodel, J. (ed.) 2001 Epigraphic Evidence. Ancient History from Inscriptions, London and New York.
Bowman, A. and Wolf, G. (eds.) 1994 Literacy and Power in the Ancient World, Cambridge.
Bradeen, D.W. and McGregor, M.F. 1973 Studies in Fifth Century Attic Epigraphy, Oklahoma.
Brosius, M. (ed.) 2003 Ancient Archives and Archival Traditions, Concepts of Record-Keeping in the Ancient World, Oxford.
Davies, J.K. 1994 “Accounts and Accountability in Classical Athens,” in Osborn and Hornblower 1994, 201-12.
Davies, J.K. 2003 “Greek Archives: From Record to Monument,” in Brosius 2003, 323-43.
Dillon, M., and L. Garland 1994, Ancient Greece, Social and Historical Documents from Archaic Times to the Death of Socrates (c. 800-399 BC), London and New York.
Dow, S. 1941b, “Studies in the Athenian Tribute Lists III,” TransactAmPhilAss 72, , 70-84.
Dow, S. 1942b, “Studies in the Athenian Tribute Lists I,” CIPhil 37, 371-84.
Dow, S. 1942b, “Studies in the Athenian Tribute Lists II,” CIPhil 38, 20-27.
Eddy, S.K. 1973 “Some Irregular Amounts of Athenian Tribute,” AJPh 94, 54-70.
French, A.J. 1970 ‘The Tribute of the Allies,” Historia 21, 1-20.
Hansen, M.H. and Nielsen, Th. H. 2004 (eds.) An Inventory of Archaic and Classical Poleis, Oxford.
Harris, D. 1994 “Freedom and Information and Accountability: The Inventory Lists of the Parthenon,” in Osborne and Hornblower 1994, 213-25.
Hill, B.H. 1966 “Notes on Fifth-Century Inventories,” Hesperia 35, 331-45.
Hill, B.H. and Meritt, B.D. 1944 “An Early Athenian Decree concerning Tribute,” Hesperia 13, 1-15.
Kallet, L. 2004, “Epigraphic Geography: The Tribute Qua Fragments Assigned to 421-415/4 B.C., Hesperia 73, 465-96.
Lewis, D.M. 1994 “The Athenian Tribute-Quota Lists, 453-450 BC,” BSA 89, 285-301.
Low, Polly 2008 The Athenian Empire, Edinburgh.
Ma, J., Papazarkadas, N., Parker, R. (eds.) 2009 Interpreting the Athenian Empire, Duckworth.
Mattingly, H.B. 1978a “Formal Dating Criteria for Fifth Century Attic Inscriptions,” Acta of the Fifth Epigraphic Congress 1967, Oxford, 27-33.
Mattingly, H.B. 1996 The Athenian Empire Restored: Epigraphic and Historical Studies, University of Michigan Press.
Mattingly, H.B. 1984 “The Tribute Districts of the Athenian Empire,” Historia 33, 498-99.
McGregor, M.F. 1987 The Athenians and their Empire, Vancouver.
Meiggs, R. 1972, The Athenian Empire, Oxford.
Meiggs, R. and Lewis, D.M. 1988, A Selection of Greek Historical Inscriptions, to the End of the Fifth Century BC, 2nd edn., Oxford.
Meritt, B.D. 1926 Studies in the Athenian Tribute Lists, diss. Princeton.
Meritt, B.D. 1929 “The Reconstruction of the Tribute Lists,” AJA 33, 376-84.
Osborne, R. and Hornblower, S. (eds.) 1994 Ritual, Finance, and Politics, Oxford.
Meritt, B.D. and Wade-Gery, H.T. and McGregor, M.F. 1939-53 The Athenian Tribute Lists, 4 vols, Harvard.
Paarmann, B. 2007 Aparchai and Phoroi: A New Commented Edition of the Athenian Tribute Quota lists and Assessment Decrees, Diss. Fribourg.
Paarmann, B. 2004 “Geographically Grouped Ethnics in the Athenian Tribute Lists,” Nielsen 2004, 77-109.
Samons, L.J. II 2000 The Finances of the Athenian Empire, Stuttgart.
Stroud, R.S. 2006 The Athenian Empire on Stone, David M. Lewis Memorial Lecture, Oxford.
Thomas R. 1996 “Written in Stone? Liberty, Equality, Orality, and the Codification of Law,” in Foxhall and Lewis, 9-31.
Threatte, L. Jr. 1980 The Grammar of Attic Inscriptions I Phonology, Berlin New York.
Tod, M.N. 1933 Greek Historical Inscriptions, Oxford.
Vickers, M. 1995 “Anomalous Amounts of Athenian Tribute, The Standards Decree, and Fifth Century Chronology,” Laverna 6, 41-48.
Austin, R.P. 1973 The Stoichedon Style in Greek Inscriptions, New-York, Oxford, London 1938.
Meiggs, R. 1966 “The Dating of Fifth-century Inscriptions,” JHS 86, 86-98.
Osborne, M.J. 1973 “The Stoichedon Style in Theory and Practice,” ZPE 10, 249-74.
Pritchett, W.K. 1955 “Dotted Letters in Greek Epigraphy,” AJA 59, 55-61 and Pl. 33-34.
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