Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae

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BRILL, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 606 pages
First published in 1977, the "Breviarium Urbis Romae Antiquae" is a classic among the literary Rome guides for those who want to be guided by the classics on their walks through the Eternal City. It aims at providing the reader with a collection of texts giving the most important information on the building activities of the Roman aediles which can be drawn from Latin sources, covering a period of about eleven centuries. The texts have been arranged according to the division of Rome in fourteen regions and are grouped around a monument. This unique and charming booklet should be on the wish list of every classicist, archaeologist and art historian.

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Contents

177
35
Caelimontium
56
Templum Pacis
119
Esquiliae
134
Forum Romanum
190
Circus Flaminius
399
Palatium
442
Circus Maximus
491
Piscina Publica
532
Auentinus
541
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