Dr. MIlo Nikolic
Milo Nikolic's research interests include ancient technology, more specifically water-supply systems, ancient technical literature, Roman art and architecture, and the Roman frontier.
- M. Gibbs, M. Nikolic, and P. Ripat. (eds.) Themes in Roman Society and Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
- M. Nikolic. “An Investigation of Vitruvius’ Technical Vocabulary Relating to Water Conduits and Pipelines in De arch. 8.6.6-9: geniculus and libramentum (re)examined.” Hermes 139 (4) (2011) 443-53.
- M. Nikolic. “An Investigation of Vitruvius’ Technical Vocabulary Relating to Water Conduits and Pipelines in De arch. 8.6.6-9: vis spiritus and colluviaria (re)examined.” Mnemosyne 64 (2011) 424-46.
- H. Westra and M. Nikolic, with A. Mercer. “The Sources of the Earliest Latin Descriptions of Canada and First Nations by the Jesuits.” Fons Luminis 1 (2009) 61-82.
- A. N. Sherwood, J. P. Oleson, E. de Bruijn, and M. Nikolic. “Preliminary Report of the Humayma Excavation Project, 2002, 2004–2005: The Roman Fort: Part II: Latrine, Plaster Bins/Basins, Hydraulic Probes, Weapon-Platform/Ascensus and Defensive Ditch.” Mouseion 52 (2008) 159-83.
- J. P. Oleson, M. B. Reeves, G. S. Baker, E. de Bruijn, Y. Gerber, M. Nikolic, and A. N. Sherwood. “Preliminary Report on Excavations at Humayma, Ancient Hawara, 2004 and 2005.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 52 (2008) 309-42.