Ancient Angels: Conceptualizing Angeloi in the Roman Empire. Available here

-Current Book Project:  “Signs and Wonders: Travel in Search of the Holy in Greek and Roman Antiquity”

Articles and Book Chapters

“Water and Proof in Early Christian Pilgrimage Narratives,” in Pilgrimage to Jerusalem: Journeys, Destinations, Experiences across Times and Cultures. BOO 19. Mainz: Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, 2020. 

“Valentinian III’s Novel 23: Pilfering Priests, Religious Sensibilities, and Power Dynamics in Mid-Fifth Century Rome,” in Fide non Ficta: Essays in Honor of Paul B. Harvey, jr. John D. Muccigrosso and Celia E. Schultz, Eds. Biblioteca di Athenaeum 64. Bari: Epipuglia, 2020. (PDF on request). 

“Amulets and the Ritual Efficacy of Christian Symbols in The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Archaeology (2019), pp. 351-368.

John D. Muccigrosso, Rangar Cline, Sarah Harvey, Elena Lorenzetti, Stefano Spiganti (2015): “The 2011 Excavation Season at the Site of the Vicus Martis Tudertium (PG)”  Fasti Online, 2015-327.

 “A Two-Sided Mold and the Entrepreneurial Spirit of Pilgrimage Souvenir Production“, Journal of Late Antiquity 7 (2014) 28-48. 

“Archangels, Amulets, and the Defense of Late Antique MiletusJournal of Late Antiquity 4 (2011) 55-78. 

Academic Commentary 

Ancient Pilgrimage in the Modern World, Ancient Near East Today, Oct. 2016. — link here

Paul Harvey, Jr. Memorial — Paul Harvey Memorial_ASGLE 18.2

Select Book Reviews

Review of Elizabeth Klein, Augustine’s Theology of Angels. Journal of Early Christian Studies 27 (2019) 332-333. 

Review of Ellen Muehlberger, Angels in Late Ancient Christianity. BMCR 2013.10.16.

Review of J.E. Arnold, The Footprints of Michael the Archangel: The Formation and Diffusion of a Saintly Cult, c. 300-c. 800 . Medieval Review 14.08.02. 

Review of Gideon Bohak, Ancient Jewish Magic.  Medieval Review 09.11.05.

Select Encyclopedia Articles

“Angels, Jewish” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History

“Chaldean Oracles” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History

“Sibyls and Sibylline Books, Greece and Rome,” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History