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Geomorphology, ISSN 0169-555X, 04/2018, Volume 306, pp. 210 - 223
The topic of this research consists in the description of landscape modifications occurring from the 4th century BCE to the 19th century CE as a consequence of... 
Quarries | Italy | Geomorphology | Ancient Appia route | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
Journal Article
12/2010, ISBN 9781405187671, 23
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Aristocratic Funeral of the Middle Republic (169 BCE ) Funerary Symbols in the Imperial City (211 CE )... 
A Walk with the Dead ‐ a funerary cityscape of ancient Rome | eulogist's view ‐ of the Forum from the Rostra | The first walk ‐ the Roman Forum of 169 | BCE | two hypothetical Romans ‐ through funerary cityscape of ancient Rome | funeral ritual, into political heart of Rome ‐ accouterments of funeral chariots, triumphal regalia, garb of magisterial office | Basalt pavers along the Via Appia | funerary symbols ‐ in the Imperial City | eroded remains of pyramid‐shaped tomb ‐ on the Appian Way, alongside the well‐preserved remains of Pyramid of Cestius | funerary imagery, permeating Roman culture ‐ funerary monuments and statuary | aristocratic funeral of middle republic ‐ in death, walk to the Forum, display of political imagery replete with symbols of power | Funerary imagery, permeating Roman culture - funerary monuments and statuary | A Walk with the Dead - a funerary cityscape of ancient Rome | Two hypothetical Romans - through funerary cityscape of ancient Rome | The first walk - the Roman Forum of 169 BCE | Funeral ritual, into political heart of Rome - accouterments of funeral chariots, triumphal regalia, garb of magisterial office | Aristocratic funeral of middle republic - in death, walk to the Forum, display of political imagery replete with symbols of power | Eulogist's view - of the Forum from the Rostra | Eroded remains of pyramid-shaped tomb - on the Appian Way, alongside the well-preserved remains of Pyramid of Cestius | Funerary symbols - in the Imperial City
Book Chapter
2002, Analecta Romana Instituti Danici. Supplementa, ISBN 9788882651909, Volume 30, 333
Book
Archaeometry, ISSN 0003-813X, 12/2017, Volume 59, Issue 6, pp. 1000 - 1017
Journal Article
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply, ISSN 1606-9749, 2010, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp. 337 - 349
The aim of this paper is to propose a journey through the history of water and wastewater management technologies in the ancient civilizations, a sort of... 
Drainage | Qanats | Irrigation | Sewerage | Cisterns | Fountains | Reservoirs | Toilets | Ancient civilizations | Aqueducts | Irrigation systems | Wastewater management | Management | Wastewater | Waste water | Drainage systems | Sustainability | Sewer systems | Tunnels
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11/2019, Volume 72, Issue 6
Stirn reports that excavations reveal the inner workings of an ancient Roman imperial estate. While surveying wheat fields nearly 20 years ago along the route... 
Roman civilization | Excavation | Ancient civilizations | Ceramics | Small, Alastair
Magazine Article
01/2011, ISBN 1124549889
The ability to locate Roman road courses is an important aspect of understanding how culture is expressed in landscapes, and to understand the impact of human... 
Archaeology | Geographic information science | Ancient history
Dissertation
Caiete ARA, ISSN 2068-0686, 2012, Issue 3, pp. 67 - 80
In Moesia inferior traces of Roman roads are rare. Most of their descriptions belong to the late nineteenth century and were carried out especially by the... 
Archaeology | Ancient World
Journal Article
01/2005, ISBN 0496902881
In this study I will show the wealth and independence of Praenestine production in the 4th century BC. The style and iconography of the Praenestine cistas and... 
Art history | Ancient civilizations
Dissertation
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, ISSN 1866-9557, 2/2019, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 735 - 753
Journal Article
Geoarchaeology, ISSN 0883-6353, 03/2015, Volume 30, Issue 2, pp. 79 - 99
Roman mortars were collected from the Villa dei Quintili in Rome, an archaeological site consisting of numerous edifices from nine construction phases dating... 
PHASES | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ANCIENT | RESTORATION | STONE | VENICE | INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA | DAMAGE | HYDRAULIC MORTARS | ARCHAEOLOGY | Archaeology | Raw materials | Electron microscopy | Mass spectrometry | Analysis
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Revista CICSA online, Serie Nouă, ISSN 2457-3809, 2017, Issue III, pp. 4 - 18
At the end of the 1st century A.D. Rome’s water supply network was formed by a number of nine aqueducts which transported the water throughout the entire city.... 
Military history | Ancient World
Journal Article
Harvard Theological Review, ISSN 0017-8160, 7/2007, Volume 100, Issue 3, pp. 335 - 362
Justin's social context in the city of Rome may seem to have only a tenuous connection with his beliefs about God, his doctrine of the Logos and the other... 
Theology | Apartment buildings | Neighborhoods | Ancient Rome | Buildings | Bathing | Christianity | Statues | Public baths | Rooms | RELIGION | Philosophers | Christians | Students | Social interaction | Beliefs | Religion | Cities | Intellectuals | Philosophy
Journal Article
Papers of the British School at Rome, ISSN 0068-2462, 10/2017, Volume 85, pp. 347 - 348
In January 2017 I started a six-month residency at the British School at Rome, during which time I progressed my doctoral dissertation and completed a number... 
Christianity | Letters | Roman civilization | Ancient history
Journal Article
01/2017, ISBN 9781369694529
This dissertation explores the intersection between the Roman triumph, architecture, and material culture. The triumph was a military parade that generals were... 
History | Archaeology | Ancient history
Dissertation
PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2020, Volume 15, Issue 2, p. e0229580
Despite the recent flurry of interest in various aspects of ancient urbanism, we still know little about how much traffic flowed in and out of ancient cities,... 
Usage | Analysis | Social networks | Models | Book publishing | International economic relations | Ancient cities | Consumption | Populations | Urban areas | Migration | Commodities | Traffic | Historic sites | Economic conditions | Commuting | Urban environments | Traffic flow | Socioeconomic factors | Infrastructure | Cities | Gates
Journal Article
08/2018, ISBN 9781405198196, 22
Ancient literary responses to Rome have helped secure its central position in Western subjectivity. Theatrically positioned to take advantage of the sloping... 
Palatine | Via Flaminia | Forum Boarium | ancient literary responses | Pompey's entertainment complex
Book Chapter
The Classical Quarterly, ISSN 0009-8388, 12/2011, Volume 61, Issue 2, pp. 553 - 573
Cicero's praise of Pompey's eloquence in the contio as generally impressive should be read as part of his glorification of his most prominent supporter in the... 
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Journal Article
01/2017, ISBN 9781369848526
This thesis focuses on the site of Vada Volaterrana in modern day Tuscany in the context of its Mediterranean connectivity. In this study, Mediterranean... 
Archaeology | Ancient history
Dissertation
Transactions of the American Philological Association (1974-), ISSN 0360-5949, 10/2010, Volume 140, Issue 2, pp. 461 - 488
Some scholars have read Virgil's grafted tree (G. 2.78-82) as a sinister image, symptomatic of man's perversion of nature. However, when it is placed within... 
Trees | Graft compatibility | Ancient Rome | Branches | Crops | Graftage | Poetry | Agriculture | Fruit trees | Tissue grafting | Folklore | Prose | Philology | Roman civilization
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