The scholarship available on the Roman city of Herculaneum.


  • Wallace-Hadrill, A., Houses and society in Pompeii and Herculaneum, Princeton NJ, 1994.
  • Wallace-Hadrill, A., Herculaneum: past and future, London, 2011.

Further Reading

  • de Ligt, L. & Garnsey, P., ‘The Album of Herculaneum and a model of the town’s demography’ in Journal of Roman Archaeology 25, 2012, 69-94.
  • Najbjerg, T., ‘A reconstruction and reconsideration of the so-called basilica in Herculaneum’ in Pompeian brothels, Pompeii’s ancient history, mirrors and mysteries, art and nature at Oplontis, & the Herculaneum ‘Basilica’, Portsmouth RI, 2002, 122-65.
  • Trimble, J., ‘Replicating the body politic: the Herculaneum Women statue types in Early Imperial Italy’ in Journal of Roman Archaeology 13, 2000, 41-68.
  • Wallace-Hadrill, A., ‘The monumental centre of Herculaneum: in search of the identities of the public buildings’ in Journal of Roman Archaeology 24, 2011, 121-160.
  • Warden, P.G. & Romano, D.G., ‘The Course of Glory: Greek Art in a Roman Context at the Villa of the Papyri at Herculaneum’ in Art History 17, 1994, 228-254.