Roman Cities & Architecture
It’s December 1st, so our Oxbow countdown to Christmas has officially begun! Day 1 we’re kicking off with a visit to ancient Rome to explore some of her notable cities.
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The Impenetrable City-Fortress, a Sentry of the Alps
A study of Aquileia, a Roman city in Italy, which considers its significance from its foundation in the 2nd century BC through to its fall in the 5th century AD.
Rome and the Colonial City
Rethinking the Grid
Sofia Greaves, Andrew Wallace-Hadrill
New perspectives on the ideals and aims articulated by ancient city founders and their successors and at the ways post-Roman urbanism looked back to, and reinterpreted, the Roman model.
Archaeology of a Byzantine Megapolis
Ken Dark, Ferudun Özgümüş
Istanbul, Europe's largest city, became an urban center of exceptional size when it was chosen by Constantine the Great as a new Roman capital city.
Temples and Sanctuaries in the Roman East
Religious Architecture in Syria, Iudaea/Palaestina and Provincia Arabia
This lavishly illustrated volume presents a comprehensive architectural study of 87 individual temples and sanctuaries built in the Roman East between the end of the 1st century BCE and the end of the 3rd century CE, within a broad region encompassing the modern states of Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan.
Butrint 6: Excavations on the Vrina Plain
Volume 1 - The Lost Roman and Byzantine Suburb
Butrint 6 describes the excavations carried out on the Vrina Plain by the Butrint Foundation. Volume 1 traces development from Roman bridgehead suburb to 3rd century domus and important Byzantine residential centre