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The Resource Ancient Rome : the Archaeology of the Eternal City

Ancient Rome : the Archaeology of the Eternal City

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Ancient Rome : the Archaeology of the Eternal City
Title
Ancient Rome
Title remainder
the Archaeology of the Eternal City
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Language
eng
Summary
A major new book on the archaeology of Rome. The chapters, by an impressive list of contributors, are written to be as up-to-date and useful as possible, detailing lots of new research. There are new maps for the topography and monuments of Rome, a huge research bibliography containing 1,700 titles and the volume is richly illustrated. Essential for all Roman scholars and students. Contents: Preface: a bird's eye view (Peter Wiseman); Introduction (Jon Coulston and Hazel Dodge); Early and Archaic Rome (Christopher Smith); The city of Rome in the Middle Republic (Tim Cornell); The moral
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Coulston, J. C
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Dodge, Hazel
Series statement
Oxford University School of Archaeology monographs
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  • Rome (Italy)
  • Rome
  • Archeologische aspecten
  • Rome
  • Rome
  • Rome
  • Rome (Italie)
  • Rome (Italy)
  • HISTORY / Ancient / Rome
  • Antiquities
  • Civilization
  • Italy
  • Rome (Empire)
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Ancient Rome : the Archaeology of the Eternal City
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The 5th-century disasters: visigoths and vandals
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; List of Contributors; Table of Contents; Editors' Preface; Preface: A Bird's-Eye View; 1. Introduction: the archaeology and topography of Rome; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 2. Early and Archaic Rome; INTRODUCTION; THE LITERARY SOURCES; THE EARLIEST SETTLEMENT; THE FIRST PHASES OF LATIN CIVILIZATION; THE ORIENTALIZING PERIOD; THE 7TH AND 6TH CENTURIES; THE CITY OF ROME; LOOKING FORWARD; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 3. The City of Rome in the Middle Republic (c. 400-100 BC); NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 4. The Moral Museum: Augustus and the City of Rome
  • THE HOUSE OF AUGUSTUS ON THE PALATINETHE DISPLAY OF ORIGINAL GREEK SCULPTURES IN AUGUSTAN ROME; THE ROMAN FORUM AND SURROUNDING AREA; ECHOES ABROAD; THE MORAL MUSEUM: MONUMENTAL ART AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 5. 'Armed and belted men': the soldiery in imperial Rome; 1. A "THRONG OF MOTLEY SOLDIERS": NUMBERS AND ORGANISATION; 2. 'COHORTS AND CAVALRY ON CALL': MILITARY INSTALLATIONS IN ROME; 3."BODYGUARDS AND PUBLIC EXECUTIONERS": THE FUNCTIONS OF TROOPS IN ROME; 4. 'WITH BRAWLING, FISTS AND SWORDS'?: THE IMPACT OF SOLDIERS ON ROME; 5. 'ARMED AND BELTED MEN' IN METROPOLITAN ART
  • 6. SENATUS MILESQUE ET POPULUS: THE SOLDIERY IN IMPERIAL POLITICSNOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 6. Building the Eternal City: the construction industry of imperial Rome; ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS; ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES; PRIVATE BUILDING IN PRACTICE; PUBLIC BUILDING IN PRACTICE; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 7. The Feeding of Imperial Rome: The Mechanics of the Food Supply System; INTRODUCTION; THE PROBLEM; THE SOLUTION; SCALE; FOOD SUPPLY AND LABOUR PROVISION; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 8. 'Greater than the Pyramids': the Water Supply of Ancient Rome
  • THE OFFICE OF CURATOR AQUARUMIN THE BEGINNING; THE AQUEDUCTS; QUALITY, TANKS AND MAINTENANCE; GRADIENT AND SPEED OF FLOW; DISTRIBUTION INTRA AND EXTRA URBEM (FIG. 8.5); FRONTINUS' FIGURES AND THE CAPACITY OF ROME'S WATER SUPPLY (Figs 8.5 and 8.11); CASTELLA; CONSUMERS, PIPES AND FOUNTAINS; AQUEDUCTS AND BATHS; AQUEDUCTS AND MILLS; DIRTY WATERS; THE AQUEDUCTS AND WATER SUPPLY AFTER ANTIQUITY; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 9. Entertaining Rome; INTRODUCTION; CIRCUS; THEATRE; AMPHITHEATRE; NAUMACHIA; STADIUM; ODEUM; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • 10. Living and Dying in the City of Rome: houses and tombsARISTOCRATIC HOUSES; ARISTOCRATIC FUNERALS AND TOMB-MONUMENTS; THE POOR AND THE NOT-SO-POOR; HOUSING, BURIAL AND THE FAMILY; HOUSING, BURIAL AND PATRONAGE; THE ROLE OF THE COLLEGIA; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 11. Religions of Rome; HOMOGENEITY; THEOLOGICAL EXCLUSIVITY; EXCLUSIVITY OF ALLEGIANCE; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 12. Lost Glories? Rome at the End of Empire; INTRODUCTION; THE LATE ROMAN CONTEXT; FROM PAGAN STRONGHOLD TO CHRISTIAN CITADEL; LATE ROMAN ROME: IMAGES OF DECAY
Control code
ocn881570297
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1100 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782975045
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvgzb68c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)881570297
Label
Ancient Rome : the Archaeology of the Eternal City
Publication
Note
The 5th-century disasters: visigoths and vandals
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; List of Contributors; Table of Contents; Editors' Preface; Preface: A Bird's-Eye View; 1. Introduction: the archaeology and topography of Rome; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 2. Early and Archaic Rome; INTRODUCTION; THE LITERARY SOURCES; THE EARLIEST SETTLEMENT; THE FIRST PHASES OF LATIN CIVILIZATION; THE ORIENTALIZING PERIOD; THE 7TH AND 6TH CENTURIES; THE CITY OF ROME; LOOKING FORWARD; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 3. The City of Rome in the Middle Republic (c. 400-100 BC); NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 4. The Moral Museum: Augustus and the City of Rome
  • THE HOUSE OF AUGUSTUS ON THE PALATINETHE DISPLAY OF ORIGINAL GREEK SCULPTURES IN AUGUSTAN ROME; THE ROMAN FORUM AND SURROUNDING AREA; ECHOES ABROAD; THE MORAL MUSEUM: MONUMENTAL ART AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 5. 'Armed and belted men': the soldiery in imperial Rome; 1. A "THRONG OF MOTLEY SOLDIERS": NUMBERS AND ORGANISATION; 2. 'COHORTS AND CAVALRY ON CALL': MILITARY INSTALLATIONS IN ROME; 3."BODYGUARDS AND PUBLIC EXECUTIONERS": THE FUNCTIONS OF TROOPS IN ROME; 4. 'WITH BRAWLING, FISTS AND SWORDS'?: THE IMPACT OF SOLDIERS ON ROME; 5. 'ARMED AND BELTED MEN' IN METROPOLITAN ART
  • 6. SENATUS MILESQUE ET POPULUS: THE SOLDIERY IN IMPERIAL POLITICSNOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 6. Building the Eternal City: the construction industry of imperial Rome; ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS; ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES; PRIVATE BUILDING IN PRACTICE; PUBLIC BUILDING IN PRACTICE; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 7. The Feeding of Imperial Rome: The Mechanics of the Food Supply System; INTRODUCTION; THE PROBLEM; THE SOLUTION; SCALE; FOOD SUPPLY AND LABOUR PROVISION; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 8. 'Greater than the Pyramids': the Water Supply of Ancient Rome
  • THE OFFICE OF CURATOR AQUARUMIN THE BEGINNING; THE AQUEDUCTS; QUALITY, TANKS AND MAINTENANCE; GRADIENT AND SPEED OF FLOW; DISTRIBUTION INTRA AND EXTRA URBEM (FIG. 8.5); FRONTINUS' FIGURES AND THE CAPACITY OF ROME'S WATER SUPPLY (Figs 8.5 and 8.11); CASTELLA; CONSUMERS, PIPES AND FOUNTAINS; AQUEDUCTS AND BATHS; AQUEDUCTS AND MILLS; DIRTY WATERS; THE AQUEDUCTS AND WATER SUPPLY AFTER ANTIQUITY; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 9. Entertaining Rome; INTRODUCTION; CIRCUS; THEATRE; AMPHITHEATRE; NAUMACHIA; STADIUM; ODEUM; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • 10. Living and Dying in the City of Rome: houses and tombsARISTOCRATIC HOUSES; ARISTOCRATIC FUNERALS AND TOMB-MONUMENTS; THE POOR AND THE NOT-SO-POOR; HOUSING, BURIAL AND THE FAMILY; HOUSING, BURIAL AND PATRONAGE; THE ROLE OF THE COLLEGIA; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 11. Religions of Rome; HOMOGENEITY; THEOLOGICAL EXCLUSIVITY; EXCLUSIVITY OF ALLEGIANCE; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; 12. Lost Glories? Rome at the End of Empire; INTRODUCTION; THE LATE ROMAN CONTEXT; FROM PAGAN STRONGHOLD TO CHRISTIAN CITADEL; LATE ROMAN ROME: IMAGES OF DECAY
Control code
ocn881570297
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1100 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782975045
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvgzb68c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)881570297

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