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Aicher, Peter. Rome Alive: A Source Guide to the Ancient City. 2 vols. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 2004. 914.56 Ai17r 2004

Boatwright, Mary Taliaferro; Daniel J Gargola; Richard J A Talbert. The Romans, from Village to Empire. New York: Oxford, 2004. A good overview of Roman history. Choose the chapter that is most directly connected to your site report. 937 B6306r 2004*

Boethius, A., and Ward-Perkins, J.B. Etruscan and Roman Architecture. Penguin, 1970. 722.7 B633e*

Claridge, Amanda. Rome. 2nd ed. Oxford Archaeological Guide. Oxford, 2010. 914.56 C534r

Coarelli, Filippo. Rome and Environs: An Archaeological Guide. Berkeley: California, 2008. 914.56 C631r 2007

Coulston, Jon, and Hazel Dodge, eds. Ancient Rome: The Archaeology of the Eternal City. Oxford University School of Archaeology, 2000. Chapters on Augustus, the construction industry, feeding Rome, water supply, Roman spectacle, houses and tombs, religion.*

Hornblower, Simon, and Antony Spawforth, eds. The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd ed. Oxford, 1996. Brief, authoritative entries on nearly every aspect of the ancient world. REF 913.38 Ox2 1996

Kleiner, Fred S. A History of Roman Art. Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2007. Quick overview of each period of Roman art.*

Nash, E. Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Hacker, 1980. OVERSIZE S126 722.7 N172p v.1-2

Richardson, L. New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Johns Hopkins, 1992. Indispensable reference work that includes every monument that we will discuss and see during the course. REF 913.7003 R394n

Stambaugh, John E. The Ancient Roman City. Johns Hopkins, 1988. 307.764 St21an


Boardman, John, et al. The Oxford History of the Classical World. Oxford: Clarendon, 1986. Political, as well as social, cultural, and literary history. 938 Ox2

Galinsky, Karl, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus. Cambridge, 2005.

Garnsey, Peter, and Saller, Richard. The Roman Empire. Berkeley: California, 1987. 937.07 G189r

Grant, Michael, ed. Civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean: Greece and Rome. 3 vols. Riverside, NJ: Scribner's, 1988. Covers all aspects of the ancient world with short, authoritative articles. Ref 938 C499

Hornblower, Simon, and Antony Spawforth, eds. The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd ed. Oxford, 1996. Brief, authoritative entries on nearly every aspect of the ancient world. Ref 913.38 Ox2 1996

Pollitt, Jerome. Art in the Hellenistic Age. Cambridge, 1986. 709.38 P76ar

Wacher, John, ed. The Roman World. 2 vols. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1987.


Biers, William R. Art, Artefacts and Chronology in Classical Archaeology. London: Routledge, 1992.

Renfrew, Colin. Archaeology: Theories, Methods, and Practice. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1991.

Trigger, Bruce G. History of Archaeological Thought. Cambridge, 1989.


Aicher, Peter. Guide to the Aqueducts of Ancient Rome. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1995.

Anderson, James C., Jr. Roman Architecture and Society. Johns Hopkins, 2002.

Anderson, James C., Jr. The Historical Topography of the Imperial Fora. Collection Latomus 182 (1984).

Boethius, A., and Ward-Perkins, J.B. Etruscan and Roman Architecture. Penguin, 1970. 722.7 B633e*

Clarke, John R. Houses of Roman Italy, 100 B.C.-A.D. 250. Berkeley: California, 1991.

D'Ambra, Eve. Roman Art. Cambridge, 1998.

Darwall-Smith, Robin Haydon. Emperors and Architecture: A Study of Flavian Rome. Collection Latomus 231 (1996).

Dodge, Hazel. "Amusing the Masses: Buildings for Entertainment and Leisure in the Roman World." In D.S. Potter and D.J. Mattingly, eds. Life, Death, and Entertainment in the Roman Empire. Ann Arbor: Michigan, 1999. 205-55. 937.06 L626

Dunbabbin, Katherine. Mosaics of the Greek and Roman World. Cambridge, 2001.

Friedland, Elise A., Melanie Grunow Sobocinski, and Elaine K Gazda, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Roman Sculpture. New York: Oxford, 2015. 733.5 Ox26 2015

Gazda, Elaine K., ed. Roman Art in the Private Sphere: New Perspectives on the Architecture and Decoration. U. of Michigan, 1991. 747.2937 R661

Greene, Kevin. Roman Pottery. Berkeley: California, 1992.

Holscher, Tonio. The Language of Images in Roman Art. Cambridge, 2004.

Keppie, L.J.F. Understanding Roman Inscriptions. Johns Hopkins, 1991.

Kleiner, Diana. Roman Sculpture. New Haven: Yale, 1992.

Ling, Roger. Roman Painting. Cambridge, 1991.

MacDonald, William L. The Architecture of the Roman Empire, Vol. I: An Introductory study; Vol II: An Urban Appraisal. Yale, 1982. 722.7 M145ar v.1-2

Malacrino, Carmelo. Constructing the Ancient World: Architectural Techniques of the Greeks and Romans. J. Paul Getty Museum, 2010.

Pappalardo, Umberto. The Splendor of Roman Wall Painting. J. Paul Getty Museum, 2009.

Potter, T.W. Roman Italy. Berkeley: California, 1987. 937 P855r

Sear, Frank. Roman Architecture. Ithaca: Cornell, 1982.

Stambaugh, John E. The Ancient Roman City. Johns Hopkins, 1988. 307.764 St21an

Stamper, John. The Architecture of Roman Temples: The Republic to the Middle Empire. Cambridge, 2003.

Stewart, Peter. The Social History of Roman Art. Cambridge, 2008.

Taylor, Rabun. Roman Builders: A Study in Architectural Process. Cambridge, 2003. He uses the Baths of Caracalla, the Pantheon, the Colosseum & the great temples of Baalbek as physical documents for their own building histories.

Thébert, Yvon. "Private Life and Domestic Architecture in Roman Africa," in History of Private Life 1. From Pagan Rome to Byzantium. Ed. Paul Veyne. Belknap, 1987. Reprinted in D'Ambra, Eve. Roman Art in Context: An Anthology. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1993.

Torelli, Mario. Typology and Structure of Roman Historical Reliefs. U of Michigan, 1982. 733.5 T631t.

Ward-Perkins, J.B. Roman Imperial Architecture. Penguin, 1981. 722.7 W219r

Welch, Katherine. "A New View of the Origins of the Roman Basilica: The Atrium Region, Graecostasis, and Roman Diplomacy." Journal of Roman Archaeology 17 (2003) 5-34.

White, L. Michael. The Social Origins of Christian Architecture, Volume I. Trinity Press International, 1996.

-----. The Social Origins of Christian Architecture, Volume II. Trinity Press International, 1996.

Wilson-Jones, Mark. Principles of Roman Architecture. New Haven: Yale, 2000. Includes chapters on the column of Trajan and the Pantheon.

Zanker, Paul. Roman Art. J. Paul Getty Museum, 2010.


Bonfante, Larissa. "Etruscan Sexuality and Funerary Art." In Natalie Kampen, ed. Sexuality in Ancient Art. Cambridge, 1996.

-----. Etruscan Life and Afterlife: A Handbook of Etruscan Studies. Wayne State, 1986. 937.5 Et73

-----. "Historical Art: Etruscan and Early Roman." American Journal of Ancient History 3 (1978) 136-62.

Haynes, Sybille. Etruscan Civilization: A Cultural History. J. Paul Getty Museum, 2000.

Pallottino, Massimo. The Etruscans. Trans. J. Cremona. Indiana, 1975. 913.375 P17e 1975

Richardson, Emiline. The Etruscans: Their Art and Civilization. Chicago, 1964. 913.375 R393e

Spivey, Nigel. Etruscan Art. Thames and Hudson, 1997.

Torelli, Mario. "Funera Tusca: Reality and Representation in Archaic Tarquinian Painting." In Bergmann, Bettina, and Christine Kondoleon, eds. The Art of Ancient Spectacle. New Haven: Yale, 1999. OVERSIZE 709.01 Ar75


Ammerman, Albert J. "On the Origins of the Forum Romanum." AJA 94 (1990) 627-45.

Cornell, T. J. The Beginnings of Rome. Italy and Rome from the Bronze Age to the Punic Wars (c. 1000-264 BC). London: Routledge, 1995.

Holloway, R. Ross. Archaeology of Early Rome and Latium. London: Routledge, 1994.

Pallottino, Massimo. History of Earliest Italy. tr. Martin Ryle. U. of Michigan, 1991.


Blake, M.E. Ancient Roman Construction in Italy. Washington, D.C., 1947.

----- and Bishop, D.T. Roman Construction in Italy from Nerva through the Antonines. Philadelphia, 1973.

Bourne, F.C. The Public Works of the Julio-Claudians and Flavians. Princeton, 1946.

Cary, M. "The Municipal Legislation of Julius Caesar." JRS 27 (1937) 48-53.

Coarelli, F. "Public Building between the Second Punic War and Sulla." PBSR 45 (1977) 1-23.

Haselberger, Lothar. Urbem adornare: Rome’s urban metamorphosis under Augustus. Trans. Alexander Thein. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, no. 64.

Shipley, F.W. "Chronology of the Building Operations in Rome from the Death of Caesar to the Death of Augustus." MAAR 9 (1931) 7-60.


Arthur, P. and E. Oren. "The N Sinai survey and the evidence of transport amphorae for Roman and Byzantine trading patterns." JRA 11 (1998) 193-212.

Blackmann, D.J. "Ancient Harbors in the Mediterranean." Int. J. Nautical Archaeol. and Underwater Exploration 11 (1982) 79-104, 185-211.

Burnett, Andrew. Coins. Berkeley: California, 1991.

Casey, P.J. Understanding Ancient Coins: An Introduction for Archaeologists and Historians. U. of Oklahoma, 1986. 737.4 C268u

Duncan-Jones, Richard. The Economy of the Roman Empire. 2nd ed. Cambridge, 1982. 330.973 D912e

Duncan-Jones, Richard. Structure and Scale in the Roman Economy. Cambridge, 1990.

Finley, M.I. The Ancient Economy. Berkeley: California, 1985. 330.938 F496a

Frier, Bruce Woodward. "The Rental Market in Early Imperial Rome". JRS 67 (1977) 27-37.

Garnsey, Peter. Famine and Food Supply in the Greco-Roman World. 1988.

Garnsey, Peter, ed. Trade in the Ancient Economy. U. of Calif., 1983. 382.09 T675

Greene, Kevin. The Archaeology of the Roman Economy. Berkeley: California, 1986. 330.937 G833ar

Houston, George W. "Ports in Perspective: Some Comparative materials on Roman ships and ports". AJA 92.4 (1988) 553-564.

Jones, A.H.M. The Roman Economy. Rowman and Littlefield, 1974. 330.937 J71r

Laurence, Ray. The Roads of Roman Italy. Routledge, 2011.

Mattingly, D.J. "Oil for export? A comparison of Libyan, Spanish and Tunisian olive oil production in the Roman empire." JRA 1 (1988) 33-56.

Mitchell, Stephen. "Requisitioned Transport in the Roman Empire: A New Inscription from Pisidia". JRS 67 (1977) 106-131.

Parker, A.J. "Shipwrecks and Ancient Trade in the Mediterranean." Archaeol. Rev. Cambridge 3.2 (1984) 99-113.

Peacock, D.P.S., and Williams, D.F. Amphorae and the Roman Economy. London, 1986.

Richardson, J.S. "The Spanish Mines and the Development of Provincial Taxation in the Second Century B.C.". JRS 67 (1977) 139-152.

Rickman, Geoffrey. The Corn supply of Ancient Rome. Oxford UP, 1980.

Rostovtzeff, M. The Social and Economic History of the Roman Empire. Oxford, 1957. 937.06 R73s

Sutherland, C.H.V. Roman History and Coinage, 44 B.C.-A.D. 69: Fifty points of Relation from Julius Caesar to Vespasian. Oxford, 1987.


Alfoldy, Geza. The Social History of Rome. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988. 306.0945 Al28s

Bergmann, Bettina, and Christine Kondoleon, eds. The Art of Ancient Spectacle. New Haven: Yale, 1999. OVERSIZE 709.01 Ar75

Bradley, K.R. Slaves and masters in the Roman empire: a study in social control. Oxford, 1987. 306.363 B728s

Clarke, John R. Roman Life: 100 B.C.-A.D. 200. New York: Abrams, 2007.

Clarke, John R. Art in the Lives of Ordinary Romans: Visual Representation and Non-Elite Viewers in Italy, 100 B.C. - A.D. 315. California, 2006. Chapters on Augustus and Trajan, Marcus Aurelius and Constantine, taverns, men and women at work, non-elite tombs, banquets.

Crook, J.A. Law and Life of Rome, 90 B.C. to A.D.. Cornell, 1988.

DeLaine, Janet. "Recent Research on Roman Baths." JRA 1 (1988) 11-32.

Dixon, Suzanne. Roman Family. Johns Hopkins, 1992.

Dyson, Stephen L. Community and Society in Roman Italy. Johns Hopkins, 1991.

Ellis, Simon P. "The End of the Roman House." AJA 92.4 (1988) 565-576.

Elsner, Jas, and Michel Meyer, eds. Art and Rhetoric in Roman Culture. Cambridge, 2014. Includes essays on the column of Trajan, beauty and female portraiture, Pompeian wall-painting, and mythological and Christian sarcophagi.

Fagan, Garrett G. Bathing in Public in the Roman World. The University of Michigan Press, 1999.

Gardner, Jane F. Women in Roman Law and Society. Indiana U., 1986. 346.45 G174wo

--------. The Roman Household: A Sourcebook. Routledge, 1991. 937.6 G174r

Hales, Shelley. The Roman House and Social Identity. Cambridge, 2003.

Hopkins, Keith. Conquerors and Slaves. Cambridge, 1978.

Joshel, Sandra R. Work, Identity, and Legal Status at Rome: a Study of the Occupational Inscriptions. Norman: U. of Oklahoma, 1993.

Kampen, Natalie Boymel. Sexuality in Ancient Art. Cambridge, 1996.

Kertzer, David I. Family in Italy from Antiquity to the Present. New Haven: Yale, 1991.

King, A. "Diet in the Roman World." JRA 12 (1999) 168-202.

Laurence, Ray, and David Newsome, eds. Rome, Ostia, and Pompeii: Movement and Space. Oxford, 2012.

Laurence, Ray, and Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, eds. Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and Beyond. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 22. 1997.

Lepetz, Sebastien, and William Van Andringa, et al. "Publius Vesonius Phileros vivos monumentum fecit: Investigations in a sector of the Porta Nocera cemetery in Roman Pompeii." In Living through the Dead: Burial and Commemoration in the Classical World, ed. Maureen Carroll and Jane Rempel. Oxbow Books, 2011. 110-133.

Macmahon, Ardle, and J. Price, eds. Roman Working Lives and Urban Living. Oxbow Books, 2005.

MacMullen, Ramsay. Changes in the Roman Empire: Essays in the Ordinary. Princeton, 1990. 945.63201 M229c

MacMullen, Ramsey. Roman Social Relations, 50 B.C. to A.D. 284. Yale, 1981. 306.0945 M229r

Parkin, Tim G. Demography and Roman Society. Johns Hopkins, 1992.

Patterson, John. "Patronage, Collegia, and Burial in Imperial Rome." In Death in Towns: Urban Responses to the Dying and the Dead, 100-1600, ed. Stephen Bassett. Leicester UP, 1992. 15-27.

Petersen, Lauren Hackworth. The Freedman in Roman Art and Art History. Cambridge, 2006. Chapters on the Popidius family and the temple of Isis, Augustales in Pompeii, tomb of the baker, house of the Caecilii at Pompeii, and freedman taste in domus decoration, tomb of the Varii at Isola Sacra, Ostia

Potter, D. S. ""Entertainers in the Roman Empire." In D.S. Potter and D.J. Mattingly, eds. Life, Death, and Entertainment in the Roman Empire. Ann Arbor: Michigan, 1999. 256-325. 937.06 L626*

Rawson, Beryl, and Paul Weaver. The Roman Family in Italy: Status, Sentiment, Space. Oxford, 1997.

Riggsby, Andrew. "'Public' and 'Private' in Roman Culture: The Case of the Cubiculum." JRA 10 (1997) 36-56.

Shelton, Jo-Ann. As the Romans Did. A sourcebook in Roman Social History. New York: Oxford, 1987. 306.0945 Sh44a

Thompson, L.A. Romans and Blacks. U. of Oklahoma, 1989.

Vermeulle III, Cornelius C. Greek Sculpture and Roman Taste. U. of Michigan, 1988.

Veyne, Paul, ed. History of Private Life 1. From Pagan Rome to Byzantium. Belknap, 1987. 390.009 H629

Welch, Katherine. The Roman amphitheatre: from its origins to the Colosseum. Cambridge, 2007.

Welch, Katherine. "The Roman Arena in late Republican Italy: A New Interpretation." Journal of Roman Archaeology 7 (1994) 59-80.

Yegul, Fikret. Bathing in the Roman World. Cambridge, 2009.

Yegul, Fikret. Baths and Bathing in Classical Antiquity. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1992.


Beard, Mary, John North, Simon Price. Religions of Rome, Volume I - A History. Cambridge, 1998.

-----. Religions of Rome, Volume 2 - A Sourcebook, Cambridge, 1998.

Ferguson, John. The Religions of the Roman Empire. Aspects of Greek and Roman Life. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1970. 200.937 F381r

Fishwick, D. "The Development of Provincial Ruler Worship in the Western Roman Empire." ANRW II.16.2, Walter de Gruyter, 1978, pp. 1201-1253.

Harmon, D.P. "The Public Festivals of Rome." ANRW II.16.2, Walter de Gruyter, 1978, pp. 1440-1468.

-----. "The Family Festivals of Rome." ANRW II.16.2, Walter de Gruyter, 1978, pp. 1592-1603.

Henig, Martin, and King, Anthony. Pagan Gods and Shrines of the Roman Empire. Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, Monograph 8. Oxford: Oxbow, 1986.

Helgeland, J. "Roman Army Religion." ANRW II.16.2, Walter de Gruyter, 1978, pp. 1470-1505.

MacMullen, Ramsay. Christianizing the Roman Empire. Yale University Press, 1984. 270.1 M229c

-----. Paganism in the Roman Empire. Yale University Press, 1981. 200.937 M229p

Orr, D.G. "Roman Domestic Religion: The Evidence of Household Shrines." ANRW II.16.1, Walter de Gruyter, 1978, pp. 1557-1591.

Scullard, H.H. Festivals and Ceremonies of the Roman Republic. Ithaca and London: Cornell UP, 1981. 394.26 Sc45f

Stambaugh, J.E. "The Functions of Roman Temples." ANRW II.16.1, Walter de Gruyter, 1978, pp. 554-608.

Turcan, Robert. Cults of the Roman Empire. Oxford, UK; Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1996.

Wardman, Alan. Religion and Statecraft among the Romans. London: Granada, 1982.


Grimal, Pierre. Roman Cities: Les villes romaines. Trans. G.M. Woloch. Together with a Descriptive Catalogue of Roman Cities. Wisconsin, 1983.

Owens, E.J. City in the Greek and Roman World. London: Routledge, 1992.

Patterson, John R. Landscapes and cities: rural settlement and civic transformation in early imperial Italy. New York: Oxford, 2006.

Ward-Perkins, J.B. Cities of Ancient Greece and Italy: Planning in Classical Antiquity. Penguin, 1974. 711.409 W219c

Wells, Peter. Farms, villages, and cities. Commerce and Urban Origins in Late Prehistoric Europe. Cornell, 1984.


D'Arms, J.H. Romans on the Bay of Naples: a Social and Cultural Study of the Villas and their Owners from 150 B.C. to A.D. 400. Harvard, 1970. DG 90 .D25

Frayn, Joan M. "Wild and Cultivated Plants: a Note on the Peasant Economy of Ancient Italy". JRS 65, 1975.

McKay, Alexander G. Houses, Villas and Palaces in the Roman World. Cornell University Press, 1975.

Painter, K., ed. Roman Villas in Italy: Recent Excavations and Research. British Museum Occasional papers 24. London, 1980.

Patterson, John R. "Crisis: What Crisis? Rural Change and Urban Development in Imperial Appennine Italy." PBSR 55 (1987) 115-146.

Percival, J. The Roman Villa: An Historical Introduction. London, 1975.

Specific Sites


de Ligt, L., and P. Garnsey. "The Album of Herculaneum and a model of the town's demography." JRA 25 (2012) 69-94.

Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew. "The Monumental Centre of Herculaneum: in search of the identity of public buildings." JRA 24 (2011) 121-60.

Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew. Herculaneum, Past and Future. Frances Lincoln, 2011.


DeLaine, Janet. "Designing for a Market: Medianum Apartments at Ostia." JRA 17 (2004) 147-76.

Hermansen, Gustav. Ostia: Aspects of Roman City Life. Univ. of Alberta Press, 1981. 937.6 H426

Meiggs, Russell. Roman Ostia. Oxford, 1973. DG 70 .08M4

Storey, Glenn. "Regionaries-Type Insula 1: Architectural/Residential Units at Ostia." AJA 105 (2001) 389-401.


Pedley, John Griffiths. Paestum. Greeks and Romans in Southern Italy. Thames and Hudson, 1990.


Berry, Joanne. The Complete Pompeii. New York: Thames and Hudson, 2007.

Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Pompeii A.D. 79. Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1978.

Bradley, M. "'It all comes out in the wash': Looking closer at the Roman fullonica." JRA 15 (2002) 20-44.

Campbell, Virginia. The Tombs of Pompeii: Organization, Space, and Society. New York: Routledge, 2015. 937.72568 C1538to 2015

Coates, Victoria C. Gardner, and Jon L. Seydl, eds. Antiquity Recovered: The Legacy of Pompeii and Herculaneum. J. Paul Getty Museum, 2007. Articles on the Herculaneum papyri, the plaster casts of Pompeii, replicating wall-painting, and the Dionysiac murals at the Villa of the Mysteries.

Connolly, Peter. Pompeii. Oxford, 1990. Cole Lib. Juvenile collection

Ellis, Steven. "The Distribution of Bars at Pompeii: Archaeological, Spatial, and Viewshed Analyses." JRA 17 (2004) 371-84.

Emmerson, A. L. C. "Evidence for Junian Latins in the Tombs of Pompeii?" JRA 24 (2011) 161-91.

Foss, Pedar, and John Dobbins, eds. The World of Pompeii. Routledge, 2007.

Hales, Shelley. The Roman House and Social Identity. Cambridge, 2003.

Jashemski, W.F. The Gardens of Pompeii. New Rochelle, NY, 1979.

Jongman, Willem. The Economy and Society of Pompeii. Amsterdam: Geiben, 1988.

Kraus, T. Pompeii and Herculaneum. Harry Abrams, 1975.

Laurence, Ray. Roman Pompeii: Space and Society. London: Routledge, 1994.

Mau, August. Pompeii, its Life and Art. New Rochelle: Aristide Caratzaz, 1982.*

Poehler, E. E. "The Drainage System at Pompeii: Mechanisms, operation, and design." JRA 25 (2012) 95-120.

Richardson Jr., L. Pompeii, an Architectural History. Johns Hopkins, 1988. 722.7 R394p*

Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew. Houses and Society in Pompeii and Herculaneum. Princeton, 1994. Important work discussing the integration of domestic space and social status.

Zanker, Paul. Pompeii: Public and Private Life. Harvard, 1999. Excellent.


Aicher, Peter. Guide to the Aqueducts of Ancient Rome. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1995.

Bender, Henry V. The Civilization of Ancient Rome: An Archaeological Perspective, Beginnings to Augustus. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1986. 937 B432c

Boatwright, Mary Taliaferro. Hadrian and the City of Rome. Lawrenceville, NJ: Princeton UP, 1987. 937.07 B63h

Davies, Penelope. Death and the Emperor: Roman Imperial Funerary Monuments from Augustus to Marcus Aurelius. Texas, 2004.

DeLaine, Janet. The Baths of Caracalla: A Study in the Design, Construction, and Economics of Large Scale Building Projects in Imperial Rome. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement. 1997.

Favro, Diane. The Urban Image of Augustan Rome. Cambridge, 1996.

Gorski, Gilbert, and James Packer. The Roman Forum: A Reconstruction and Architectural Guide. New York: Cambridge, 2015. OVERSIZE 937.63 G687ro 2015

Grant, M. The Roman Forum. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1970. 933.76 G767r

Haselberger, Lothar. "A Debate on the Horologium of Augustus: Controversy and Clarifications, with responses by P.J. Heslin and M. Schutz and additional remarks by R. Hannah and G. Alfoldy." JRA 24 (2011) 47-120.

Hopkins, Keith, and Mary Beard. Colosseum. Harvard, 2011.

Jacobs, Paul, and Diane Atnally Conlin. Campus Martius: The Field of Mars in the Life of Ancient Rome. Cambridge, 2014.

Jacobson, David M. "Hadrianic Architecture and Geometry." AJA 90 (1986) 69-85.

Kellum, Barbara. "What We See and What We Don't See: Narrative Structure and the Ara Pacis Augustae." Art History 17 (1994) 26-45.

Lancaster, L.C. "Reconstructing the restorations of the Colosseum after the fire of 217." JRA 11 (1998) 146-174.

Lanciani, R. The Ruins and Excavations of Ancient Rome. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1900. Important source on early excavations in the city. 913.37 L22r

Lugli, G. The Classical Monuments of Rome: Volume one. The Zona Archaeologica. Translated by G. Bagnani. Libreria di Scienze e lettere, Rome, 1929. 913.37 L96c

McKay, Alexander G. Roma Antiqua: Latium and Etruria, a Sourcebook of Classical Texts. Univ. Press of America, 1986. 973 M192r

Nash, E. Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Hacker, 1980. OVERSIZE S126 722.7 N172p v.1-2*

Packer, James. The Forum of Trajan in Rome: A Study of the Monuments in Brief. California, 2002.

Packer, James. "Trajan's Forum in 1989." AJA 96 (1992) 151-62.

Patterson, John. "The City of Rome: From Republic to Empire." JRS 82 (1992) 186-215.*

Pearson, John. Arena: the Story of the Colosseum. McGraw-Hill, 1973. 913.376 P317ar.

Platner, Samuel Ball. Topography and Monuments of Ancient Rome. Allyn and Bacon, 1911. DG 63 P7 1911, cop.2.

----- and Ashby, Thomas. A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Oxford, 1929; repr. Rome: "L'Erma" di Bretschneider, 1965.

Pollitt, J.J. Art of Rome c. 753 B.C.-A.D. 337: Sources and Documents. Cambridge, 1983.

Raaflaub, Kurt A. and Toher, Mark, eds. Between Republic and Empire. Berkeley: California, 1990.

Rehak, Paul. Imperium and Cosmos: Augustus and the northern Campus Martius. Ed. John Younger. Madison: Wisconsin, 2006.

Richardson, L. New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Johns Hopkins, 1992.*

Robinson, O.F. Ancient Rome: City Planning and Administration. London: Routledge, 1992.

Rose, Charles Brian. "Princes and Barbarians on the Ara Pacis." AJA 94 (1990) 453-67.

Simpson, C.J. "The Date of Dedication of the Temple of Mars Ultor". JRS 67 (1977) 91-94.

Steinby, Eva Margareta, ed.. Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae. 5 vols. Edizioni Quasar, 1993-99.

Stapleford, Richard. "Constantinian Politics and the Atrium Church." Art and Architecture in the Service of Politics. Ed. Henry A. Millon and Linda Nochlin. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1978. 2-19.

Storey, Glenn. "Regionaries-Type Insula 2: Architectural/Residential Units at Rome." AJA 106 (2002) 411-34.

Taylor, Rabun. Roman Builders: A Study in Architectural Process. Cambridge, 2003. Good on the Baths of Caracalla, the Colosseum, and the Pantheon.

Thill, Elizabeth Wolfram. "Depicting Barbarism on Fire: Architectural Destruction on the Columns of Trajan and marcus Aurelius." JRA 24 (2011) 283-312.

Ulrich, Roger B. "Julius Caesar and the Creation of the Forum Iulium." AJA 97 (1993) 49-80.

Van Deman, E.B. "The Sullan Forum." JRS 12 (1922) 1-31.

Watkin, David. The Roman Forum. Harvard, 2009.

Wiseman, T. P. "Roma Quadrata, archaic huts, the House of Augustus, and the Orientation of Palatine Apollo." JRA 25 (2012) 371-87.

Zanker, Paul. The Power of Images in the Age of Augustus. Trans. Alan Shapiro. Ann Arbor: Michigan, 1988.


Stewart, A.F. "To Entertain an Emperor: Sperlonga, Laokoon, and Tiberius at the Dinner-Table." JRS 67 (1977) 76-90.


MacDonald, William L., and John A. Pinto. Hadrian's Villa and its Legacy. New Haven: Yale, 1995. 725.17 H117

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