Dissertations


  • Van Voorhis, J. 1999. The Sculptor’s Workshop at Aphrodisias. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Brody, L.R. 1999. The iconography and cult of the Aphrodite of Aphrodisias. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Hebert, L.E. 2000. The Temple-Church at Aphrodisias. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Yildirim, B. 2001. The reliefs from the Roman civil basilica at Aphrodisias in Caria. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Berenfeld, M.L. 2002. The Bishop's Palace at Aphrodisias: A late Roman townhouse in the center of the city. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • De Staebler, P.D. 2007. The city wall of Aphrodisias and civic identity in Late Antique Asia Minor. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Stinson, P. 2007. The Civil Basilica of Aphrodisias in its local and wider settings. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Öğüş, E. 2010. Columnar Sarcophagi from Aphrodisias: Construction of Elite Identity in the Greek East. Harvard University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Lockey, I. 2010. The Atrium House: Architecture and decoration. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • Long, L. E. 2012. Urbanism, Art, and Economy: The Marble Quarrying Industries of Aphrodisias and Roman Asia Minor. University of Michigan: PhD Dissertation.

  • Turnbow, H. 2011. Sarcophagi and their cemetery contexts. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

  • McDavid, A. 2015. The Hadrianic Baths of Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity. New York University: PhD Dissertation.

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