4 edition of Studies of the northern Campus Martius in ancient Rome found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert E.A. Palmer.|
|Series||Transactions of the American Philosophical Society,, v. 80, pt. 2|
|LC Classifications||DG66 .P35 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||90055217|
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Success attended these ancient efforts that the Campus Martius was destined to be the heart of medieval Rome. Both of the following parts of this monograph contain some discus-sion of Roman neighborhood organization, a subject on which the au-thor is preparing a book.
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Studies of the northern Campus Martius in ancient Rome. Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Palmer, Robert E. Format: Book: Language: The Jews of ancient Rome Author: Leon, Harry J. Published: (). Studies of the Northern Campus Martius in Ancient Rome.
Author: Robert E. Palmer. Publisher: American Rome's Campus Martius, or Field of Mars, was used for much of the period of the Republic as a military training ground and as a site for celebratory rituals and occasional political assemblies.
It presents a case study of the. Book description. A mosquito-infested and swampy plain lying north of the city walls, Rome's Campus Martius, or Field of Mars, was used for much of the period of the Republic as a military training ground and as a site for celebratory rituals and occasional political assemblies.
Initially punctuated with temples vowed by victorious generals. in the Campus Martius. The original has not survived, but copies were carved in stone on monuments and temples all over the Roman Empire, and parts of these have survived.
Aulus Gellius: Aulus Gellius ( ) lived in Rome and Athens, although his birthplace is unknown. His Attic Nights is a collection of essays on a variety.
struction of the Campus Martius, published in Piranesi knew as much about the topography of ancient Rome as anyone in his day and was aware of the conventional view, supported by archaeological evidence, that the ancient Corso followed much the same route as the modern one.
Nevertheless, speculating. Imperium and Cosmos: Augustus and the Northern Campus Martius. Earlier studies are mostly German: Buchner, R.Die Sonnenuhr des Augustus (), critiqued by M. Schütz, Zur Sonnenuhr des Augustus auf dem Marsfeld, Gymnasium Click here For a summary of ancient sources and links to translations.
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On the occasion of a stubborn fire in the Aemiliana [A suburb of Rome, lying north of the city, outside of the Servian wall] he remained in the Diribitorium [A large building in the Campus Martius, where the votes cast in the elections were sorted and counted; according to Diothe largest building ever covered by a single roof] for two.
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Imperialism: Rome. Romes involvement with Africa began with a conflict over power in Sicily. The island lay between Italy and Africa and became the catalyst for Romes first conflict with the North African city of Carthage, which was a growing naval power in the third century BCE.
In addition to Romes attempt to control territory. Through digital 3D models, photographs, video, and narratives, the design of Rome is experiences while moving through layered images of the city. Virtual-space renderings take you back 2, years to Rome's Campus Martius and the changing landscape.
The Spanish allied city of Saguntum appeals to Rome for help against Hannibal who succeeds to power in Carthaginian Spain. BC: Construction begins on a new circus to be built on the Campus Martius. It was built by T.
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