Michael Vickers

Archaeological Theory: Metrology

“‘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.