Michael Vickers

Archaeological Theory: Metrology

“Metrology 40 years on”. In the Proceedings of the conference “The Rogozen Treasure in the Ancient world. 30 years later”, Vratsa, October 2016. View

“‘Shed no tears?’ Three studies in ancient metrology”, in A.J. Clark and J. Gaunt (eds), Essays in Honor of Dietrich von Bothmer (Allard Pierson Series 14 [2002]) 333-9, pl. 83. View

“Measuring the past”, Nature (April 26 2001).

“Metrological reflections: Attic, Hellenistic, Parthian and Sasanian gold and silver plate”, Studia Iranica 24 (1995) 163-85. View

“The metrology of gold and silver plate in classical Greece”, The Economics of Cult in the Ancient Greek World, Boreas (Uppsala) 21 (1992) 53-72. View

“Persian, Thracian and Greek gold and silver: questions of metrology”, in A. Kuhrt and H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg (eds.), Achaemenid History 6. Asia Minor and Egypt: Old Cultures in a New Empire (Leiden, Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1991) 31-9.

“Golden Greece: relative values, minae and temple inventories”, American Journal of Archaeology 94 (1990) 613-25. View

“Persian gold on the Athenian Acropolis”, Actes du Colloque sur l'or dans l'empire achéménide, Bordeaux, March 1989 (Revue des études anciennes, 91 [1989]) 249-257.

“Panagyurishte, Dalboki, Lukovit and Rogozen: questions of metrology and status“, in B.F. Cook (ed.) The Rogozen Treasure: Papers of the Anglo-Bulgarian Conference, 12 March 1987 (London, British Museum Publications, 1989) 101-11. View

“Demus's gold phiale (Lysias 19, 43)”, American Journal of Ancient History 9 (1984 [1988]) 48-53.