D. Stewart (2013) Reading the Landscapes of the Rural Peloponnese: Landscape Change and Regional Variation in an Early 'Provincial' Setting: BAR International Series 2504. Oxford: Archaeopress.

D. Stewart (in prep.) Between Text and ObjectText, Material Culture, and Historiography in the Classical World.

D. Stewart (contracted for 2021) Sparta: An Archaeological History. London: Bloomsbury.



D. Stewart (in prep.) “Immaterial Materiality, or, When is a thing not a thing? Space, place and objects in Classical Archaeology,” American Journal of Archaeology.

D. Stewart (in prep.) “The Making of a Roman City: Knossos on Crete,” Annual of the British School at Athens.

D. Stewart (2014) “Rural Sites in Roman Greece” Archaeological Reports 60: 117-132.

D. Stewart (2013) “’Most Worth Remembering’: Pausanias, Analogy, and Classical Archaeology” Hesperia 82.2, 231-261.

D. Stewart (2013) “Storing Up Problems: Labour, Storage, and the Rural Peloponnese” Internet Archaeology 34.

D. Stewart (2012) “Peloponnese (Archaic to Roman)” Archaeological Reports 58, 42-57.

D. Stewart (2011) “Peloponnese (Archaic to Roman)” Archaeological Reports 57, 49-62.

Y. Lolos, B. Gourley and D. Stewart (2007) “The Sikyon Survey Project: A Blueprint for Urban Survey?” Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 20.2, 267-96.



D. Stewart (forthcoming, 2019) “Sikyon’s Contribution to Survey Methodology” in Y. Lolos (ed.) The Sikyon Survey Project, 2004-2010. Athens: ASCSA Publications.

D. Stewart (forthcoming, 2018) “Pinpointing Pausanias: Ethnography, Analogy, and Autopsy,” in E. Varto (ed.) The Classics and Early Anthropology: A Companion in Classical Reception. Leiden: Brill.
D. Stewart (forthcoming, 2019) “When Words Paint Pictures: Text and Visual Reconstruction in Archaeology” in S. Klamm, E. Hoffman, and C. Schnell (eds.) Archaeology and Reconstruction. Berlin: Pergamonmuseum.
D. Stewart (2017) “Spartan History from Leuctra to Nabis,” in A. Powell (ed.) A Companion to Sparta. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 374-402.
D. Stewart (in prep.) “Inventing the Hellenistic Peloponnese” in M. Pagkalos, A. Scarpato, J. Ainsworth (eds.) The Hellenistic Peloponnese: New Perspectives. Cambridge: CUP.
D. Stewart (2010) “The Rural Peloponnese: Continuity and Change” in A.D. Rizakis (ed.) Roman Peloponnese III: Studies on Political, Economic and Socio-cultural History, Athens/ Paris, Kentron Ellinikis kai Romaïkis Archaiotitos/ Diffusion de Boccard. 217-33.


D. Stewart (forthcoming, 2018) “Review of Francis and Kouremenos (eds.) Roman Crete New Perspectives,” The Antiquaries Journal. 98

D. Stewart (2017) “Review of Pettegrew, D. 2016. The Isthmus of Corinth: Crossroads of the Mediterranean World.” American Journal of Archaeology, 121.3.

D. Stewart (2015) “Review of Caraher, Moore, and Pettegrew (eds.) Pyla-Koutsopetria I. Archaeological Survey of an Ancient Coastal Town,” Antiquity, 89.347, 1255-6. DOI: 10.15184/aqy.2015.118

D. Stewart (2015) “Review of Fodorean, F. The Topography and Landscape of Roman Dacia,” Landscape History, 36.1: 95-96. DOI:10.1080/01433768.2015.1044285

D. Stewart (2014) “Review of Mee, C. Greek Archaeology: A Thematic Approach,” Journal of Hellenic Studies, 134: 238-239. DOI:10.1017/S0075426914002195

D. Stewart (2012) “Review of Spawforth, A. J. S., Greece and the Augustan cultural revolution. Greek culture in the Roman world,” Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2012.12.4. Available online:

D. Stewart (2009) “Review of Cavanagh, Gallou and Georgiadis (eds.) Sparta and Laconia: from prehistory to pre-modern,” Antiquity, 83.322: 1199-1200.

D. Stewart (2005) “Review of Susan E. Alcock, John F. Cherry, Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Studies in the Mediterranean,” Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.01.17. Available online:

D. Stewart (forthcoming, 2014) “Review of Mee, C. Greek Archaeology: A Thematic Approach,” Journal of Hellenic Studies, 134.


Encyclopaedia Entries and Popular Press:

D. Stewart  (2013) Entries for the Blackwell-Wiley Encyclopedia of Ancient History: Agis II, Agis III, Archidamos, Dercylidas, Kinadon (conspiracy of), Kleomenes I, Kleomenes II,  Harmosts, Hysiai, Messenian Wars, and Pausanias II.

D. Stewart  (2008) “Looking Beyond the Greek City,” Omnibus 56: 28-30.

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