Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Savani, G., Scott, S. and Morris, M. 2018. Life in the Roman World: Roman Leicester. School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester.

Scott, S. and Webster, J. eds 2003. Roman Imperialism and Provincial Art. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 272 pp.

Scott, S. 2000. Art and Society in Fourth-Century Britain. Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph 53. Oxford: Oxbow. 192 pp.

Art and Society in Fourth-century Britain: Villa Mosaics in Context (Plymouth archaeology occasional publication)

Cottam, S., Dungworth, D., Scott, S. and Taylor, J. eds 1995. Proceedings of the Fourth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. Oxford: Oxbow. 150pp.

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Scott, S. 2019. Vetusta Monumenta and Britain's Classical Past. Vetusta Monumenta: Ancient Monuments, A Digital Edition https://scalar.missouri.edu/vm/thematic-essay-roman-britain

Scott, S. 2019. Engavings of Three Roman Pavements found at Wellow. Vetusta Monumenta: Ancient Monuments, A Digital Edition https://scalar.missouri.edu/vm/vol1plates50-52-roman-pavements-wellow

Scott, S. 2017. 'Gratefully dedicated to the subscribers': The archaeological publishing projects and achievements of Charles Roach Smith. Internet Archaeology 45. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.45.6

Scott, S. 2014. Britain in the classical world: Samuel Lysons and the art of Roman Britain 1780-1820. Classical Receptions Journal, 6 (2), 294-337.

Scott, S. 2013b. Samuel Lysons and his circle: Art, science and the remains of Roman Britain. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 23 (2), pp. 1-22.

Scott, S. 2013a. Pioneers, publishers and the dissemination of archaeological knowledge: A study of publishing in British archaeology 1816-1851. Internet Archaeology 35.

Scott, S. 2010. Review article: Local responses to Roman imperialism. American Journal of Archaeology 114, No. 3, pp.557-561.

Scott, S. 2006. Art and the archaeologist. World Archaeology 38, No. 4, pp. 628-643.

Scott, S. 1998. Architecture and society: interactive approaches to architectural design and use. Habitat: The Computers in Teaching Centre for the Built Environment, Issue 5, spring 1998, 38-40 (also published in Craft: Newsletter of the CTI Centre for History, Archaeology and Art History). http://cebe.cf.ac.uk/learning/habitat/HABITAT5/scott.html

Scott, S. 1991. An outline of a new approach for the interpretation of Romano-British villa mosaics. Journal of Theoretical Archaeology 2, 29-35.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Scott, S. 2012. Fourth-century villas in the Coln Valley, Gloucestershire: Identifying patrons and viewers. In S. Birk and B. Poulsen eds Patrons and Viewers in Late Antiquity. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, pp.183-212.

Scott, S. 2006. Entries on Mosaics; Orpheus; Space (the last with G. Shipley). In G. Shipley, J. Vanderspoel, D. Mattingly, L. Foxhall eds. The Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Scott, S. 2004. Elites, exhibitionism and the society of the late Roman villa. In N. Christie ed., Landscapes of Change. Rural Evolutions in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 39-65.

Scott, S. 2003. Provincial art and Roman imperialism: an overview. In S. Scott and J. Webster eds 2003. Roman Imperialism and Provincial Art. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-7.

Scott, S. 2000. Art or Material Culture? Understanding approaches to Roman provincial art. In S. Pearce ed., Researching Material Culture. Material Culture Study Group. Occasional Paper No. 1. Leicester Archaeology Monographs 8: Leicester, pp. 37-42.

Scott, S. 1997. The power of images in the late Roman house. In R. Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrill eds, Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and Beyond (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series 22). Ann Arbor: Michigan, pp. 53-68.

Scott, S. 1995. Symbols of power and nature: the Orpheus mosaics of fourth-century Britain and their architectural contexts. In P. Rush ed. Theoretical Roman Archaeology 2. Worldwide Archaeology Series: Avebury, pp. 105-123.

Scott, S. 1993. Patterns of movement: architectural design and visual planning in the Romano-British villa. In M. Locock ed. Meaningful Architecture: Social Interpretations of Buildings. Worldwide Archaeology Series: Avebury, pp. 86-98.

Scott, S.1992. A theoretical framework for the study of Romano-British mosaics. In E. Scott ed., Theoretical Roman Archaeology. Worldwide Archaeology Series: Avebury, pp. 103-114.

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