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Name Jacqueline DiBiasie Sammons
Position Assistant Professor
Institutional Affiliation University of Mississippi
Research Interests

Latin epigraphy; graffiti; Roman archaeology; Roman private life; domestic space

Websites https://olemiss.academia.edu/JacquelineDiBiasieSammons

"Book Chapters
“Scope and Typology of Graffiti and Inscriptions at Oplontis” in Villa A (""of Poppaea"") at Oplontis, J. Clarke, S. De Caro, and M. Thomas (eds.), vol. II, American Council of Learned Societies. Co-authored chapter with Dr. Rebecca Benefiel Forthcoming

Book Reviews
Cooley, A. and Cooley, M. Pompeii and Herculaneum: A Sourcebook. Routledge, 2014. BMCR 2014.08.03

“Promoting Women in the Latin Classroom with Graffiti” in Cloelia 2014

Works Under Consideration
“The Herculaneum Graffiti Project 2014” with R. Benefiel and H. Sypniewski. Submitted and under consideration by Journal of the Fasti Online

“The Ancient Graffiti Project,” with R. Benefiel, H. Sypniewski and S. Sprenkle. Submitted and under consideration by The Journal Of Digital Archaeology

Articles Under Preparation
“Application of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) to the study of ancient graffiti from Herculaneum, Italy” in preparation

“The Distribution and Visibility of Graffiti in the Casa del Larario di Achille” in preparation

“Fullones ululamque cano: Graffiti and the fullers of ancient Pompeii” in preparation "
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