Religion - private

Aldrete G.S. 2014, "Hammers, Axes, Bulls, and Blood: Some Practical Aspects of Roman Animal Sacrifice", JRS 104, 28-50.
Comment: Discusses a victimarius or rather popa depicted on a mosaic in the Sacello del Silvano (I,III,2).
Bakker J.Th. 1994, Living and Working with the Gods. Studies of Evidence for Private Religion and its Material Environment in the City of Ostia (100-500 AD), Amsterdam.
Reviews: R.E.A. Palmer, JRA 9 (1996), 381-385; D.S. Levene, JRS 87 (1997), 301; J.A. Straus, EtCl 66, 1-2 (1998), 218; R. Laurence, CR 48 (1998), 444.
Brandt J. Rasmus 2010, "Sacra privata in the Roman domus. Private or public? A study of household shrines in an architectural context at Pompeii and Ostia", ActaAArtHist 23, 57-117.
Mazzalupi M.T. 1962, Sacelli e larari ostiensi, Roma.
Comment: Tesi di Laurea in the Library of Ostia, code AS 169.
Stek T.D. 2008, "A Roman cult in the Italian countryside? The Compitalia and the shrines of the Lares Compitales", BABesch 83, 111-132.
Steuernagel D. 2004, Kult und Alltag in roemischen Hafenstaedten. Soziale Prozesse in archaeologischer Perspektive, Stuttgart.
Reviews: L.B. van der Meer, BABesch 81 (2006), 240-242.
Comment: Franz Steiner Verlag, ISBN 3-515-08364-2. A comparison between the material remains of cults in Ostia, Aquileia and Puteoli.