Ancient Rome: the archaeology of the eternal city

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Oxford University School of Archaeology, 2000 - History - 408 pages
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Perface : a bird's-eye view / Peter Wiseman -- Introduction : the archaeology and topography of Rome / Jon Coulston and Hazel Dodge -- Early and archaic Rome / Christopher Smith -- The city of Rome in the Middle Republic (400-100 BC) / Tim Cornell -- The moral museum : Augustus and the city of Rome / Susan Walker -- "Armed and belted men" : the soldiery in imperial Rome / Jon Coulston -- Building the Eternal City : the construction industry in imperial Rome / Janet DeLaine -- The feeding of imperial Rome : the mechanics of the food supply system / David Mattingly and Greg Aldrete -- "Greater than the pyramids" : the water supply of ancient Rome / Hazel Dodge -- Entertaining Rome / Kathleen Coleman -- Living and dying in the city of Rome : houses and tombs / John Patterson -- Religions of Rome / Simon Price -- Lost glories? : Rome at the end of the empire / Neil Christie -- Back to the future : archaeology and innovation in the building of Roma Capitale / Hugh Peter.

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Contents

Early and Archaic Rome
16
The City of Rome in the Middle Republic 400100 BC
42
Augustus and the city of Rome
61
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HAZEL DODGE is Senior Lecturer in Classical Archaeology, Trinity College Dublin. She is author (with Peter Connolly) of The Ancient City (1998) and editor (with J.C.N. Coulston) of Ancient Rome: The Archaeology of the Eternal City (2000).