Part 1: Dining
- A. Yasur-Landau, “Old Wine in New Vessels: Intercultural Contact, Innovation, and Aegean, Canaanite and Philistine Foodways,” Tel Aviv 32 (2005), pp. 168-91.
- S. Rotroff, The Missing Krater and the Hellenistic Symposium: Drinking in the Age of Alexander the Great. Broadhead Lecture, Department of Classics, University of Canterbury, 1996.
- I. Berg, “The meanings of standardization: Conical cups in the late Bronze Age Aegean,” Antiquity 78 (2004), pp. 74-85.
Part 2: Numbers and Sense
- K. Vionis et al. “A Middle-Late Byzantine Pottery Assemblage from Sagalassos: Typo-Chronology and Sociocultural Interpretation,” Hesperia 79 (2010), pp. 423-64.
- S. Handberg, P. J. Stone, and J. Hjarl Petersen, “Uncommon Tastes. The Consumption of Campana A Pottery in the Southern Levant and the Black Sea Region,” in Vessels and Variety. New Aspects of Ancient Pottery. Acta Hyperborea 13 (2013), pp. 51-80.
- B. Lis and S. Rückl, “Our Storerooms Are Full. Impressed Pithoi from Late Bronze/Early Iron Age East Lokris and Phokis and their Socio-economic Significance,” in W. Bauß, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright, eds. Our Cups are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age. BAR International Series 2227 (2011), pp. 154-68.