1. The aim of this bibliography is to provide a vehicle for research to students, both amateur and professional. For that reason I have been inclusive, rather than exclusive, in my citation of sources.
2. The ancillary bibliography is selective with no intentions of being comprehensive. All works listed there are very complimentary to the study of Pompeius' monuments.
3. This document is declared to be a public domain work. Accordingly, there are no restrictions on its use.
4. Journals are abbreviated in conventional format, for which see the listing in the widely available Oxford Classical Dictionary3, pp. xxix-liv.
5. As noted above, this bibliography is intended for use by a diverse audience. Some of the works listed are still in-print and are very affordable (e.g. Richardson 1992). Most will probably be available at a college or university library. A few items, especially certain Italian publications, will likely require assistance from an Inter-Library Loan department. For researchers in the greater Washington D.C. suburbs, please know that the UMD-CP possesses non-circulating copies of three important (and rare) works: a complete and original set of Canina's Gli Edifizj di Roma Antica e sua Campagna, Carettoni et al. 1960, and Frutaz 1962.