James R. Wiseman is Professor Emeritus of Archaeology at the University of Boston. Dr. Wiseman’s primary research interests over the past fifteen years have been in the archaeology of the Roman Provinces, especially involving the relations between Romans and indigenous peoples, and especially in the East; trade and the economy during the Roman Empire; the archaeology of Greek and Roman Religion; town and countryside in classical antiquity; late antiquity in the eastern Mediterranean; and the application of scientific methods and techniques in archaeology. He’s working on a final report on the Fontaine des Lampes at Corinth.
1969. “Excavations in Corinth, the Gymnasium Area, 1967–1968,” Hesperia 38, pp. 64–106
1970. “The Fountain of the Lamps,” Archaeology 23, pp. 130–137
1972. “The Gymnasium Area at Corinth, 1969–1970,” Hesperia 41, pp. 1–42
1979. “Corinth and Rome I: 228 B.C.–A.D. 267,” ANRW 2.7.1, pp. 438–548