Rome Alive: Guidebook

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Bolchazy Carducci Pub, 2004 - Architecture - 343 pages
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Whether you're an armchair tourist, are visiting Rome for the first time, or are a veteran of the city's charms, travelers of all ages and stages will benefit from this fascinating guidebook to Rome's ancient city. Aicher's commentary orients the visitor to each site's ancient significance. Photographs, maps, and floorplans abound, all making this a one-of-a-kind guide. A separate volume of sources in Greek and Latin is available for scholars who want access to the original texts.

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Review: Rome Alive: A Source-Guide to the Ancient City, Vol. 1

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Definitely for specialized interests but great if you're fascinated by the ruins you've seen (or hope to see) in Rome. Read full review

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Contents

Chronology of Roman Kings and Emperors
7
H Walls and Aqueducts
15
The Capitoline Hill
43
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