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Authored Book

Perkins, Philip (2007). Etruscan Bucchero in the British Museum. British Museum Research Publication, 165. London, UK: The British Museum Press.

Perkins, Phil (1999). Etruscan Settlement, Society and Material Culture in Central Coastal Etruria. British Archaeological Reports International Series (788). Oxford: J. and E. Hedges. file

Edited Book

Swaddling, Judith and Perkins, Philip eds. (2009). Etruscan by Definition: The Cultural, Regional and Personal Identity of the Etruscans. The British Museum Research Publications (173). London: The British Museum Press.

Book Chapter

Perkins, Phil (2012). Fantastic animal stamps on bucchero from Poggio Colla. In: Biella, Maria Cristina; Giovanelli, Enrico and Perego, Lucio Giuseppe eds. Il Bestiario Fantastico di età Orientalizzante nella Penisola Italiana. Quaderni di Aristonothos. Trento: Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche, pp. 171–188.

Perkins, Philip (2012). Production and commercialization of Etruscan wine in the Albegna Valley. In: Zifferero, Andrea; Ciacci, Andrea and Rendini, Paola eds. Archeologia della vite e del vino in Toscana e nel Lazio. dalle tecniche dell’indagine archeologica alle prospettive della biologia molecolare. Florence: All’Insegna dell’ Giglio, pp. 413–416.

Perkins, P. (2011). The Etruscans, their DNA and the Orient. In: Duistermaat , Kim and Regulski, Ilona eds. Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean: Proceedings of the International Conference at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, 25th to 29th October 2008. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta (202). Leuven: Peeters, pp. 171–180. file

Perkins, Phil (2010). The cultural and political landscape of the Ager Caletranus, North-West of Vulci. In: Fontaine, P. ed. L'Etrurie et l'ombrie avant Rome: Cité et Territoire. Institut Historique Belge de Rome Artes (1). Brussels, Belgium / Romr, Italy: Institut Historique Belge de Rome, pp. 103–121.

Perkins, Philip (2009). DNA and Etruscan Identity. In: Perkins, Philip and Swaddling, Judith eds. Etruscan by Definition: Papers in Honour of Sybille Haynes. The British Museum Research Publications (173). London, UK: The British Museum Press, pp. 95–111. file

Perkins, Phil (2009). Sicily. In: Gagarin, Michael ed. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. New York, USA: Oxford University Press.

Perkins, Philip (2007). Aliud in Sicilia? Cultural development in Rome's first Province. In: Van Dommelen, P. and Terranato, N. eds. Articulating Local Cultures: Power and identity under the expanding Roman Republic. International Roman Archaeology Conference Series, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement (63). Rhode Island, USA: Journal of Roman Archaeology, pp. 33–53.

Perkins, Phil (2005). Who lived in the Etruscan Albegna Valley? In: Attema, Peter; Nijboer, Albert and Zifferero, Andrea eds. Papers in Italian Archaeology VI: Communities and settlements from the Neolithic to the Early Medieval Period. British Archaeological Reports Series (1452 (1)). Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 109–117.

Fentress, Elizabeth; Fontana, Sergio; Hitchner, R. Bruce and Perkins, Philip (2004). Accounting for ARS: fineware and sites in Sicily and Africa. In: Alcock, Susan E. and Cherry, John F. eds. Side-by-side survey: comparative regional studies in the Mediterranean world. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, pp. 147–162.

Journal Article

Perkins, Phil (2012). The bucchero childbirth stamp on a late Orientalizing period shard from Poggio Colla. Etruscan Studies, 15(2) pp. 146–201.

Van de Noort, Robert; Whitehouse, David; Becker, Marshall; Blagg, Thomas; Burnett, Douglas; Caruso, Ida; Claridge, Amanda; Clark, Gill; Costantini, Loredana; Costantini, Lorenzo; Hall Burke, Belinda; Lyttelton, Margaret; Napolitani, Gilberto; Patterson, Helen; Perkins, Philip; Rovelli, Alessia and Sutherland, Sheila (2009). Excavations at Le Mura di Santo Stefano, Anguillara Sabazia. Papers of the British School at Rome, 77(2009) pp. 159–223.

Perkins, Phil and Schafer, Sally (2009). The Villa Pigneto Sacchetti excavation: a new interpretation. Papers of the British School at Rome, 77(2009) pp. 273–290.

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