Select Bibliography | Roman Architecture | Second edition

Select Bibliography | Roman Architecture | Second edition

Select Bibliography | Roman Architecture | Second edition

General

J.C. Anderson, Roman Architecture and Society (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press 1997).

  1. Andreae, The Art of Rome (London: Macmillan 1978).
  2. Bianchi Bandinelli, Rome, the Centre of Power: Roman Art to AD 200 (London: Thames and Hudson 1970).
  3. Bianchi Bandinelli, Rome, the Late Empire (London: the Thames and Hudson 1971).
  4. Boethius, Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture (Harmondsworth: Penguin 1978).
  5. Canina, Gli edifizii di Roma antica e contorni, 6 vols (Rome: Canina 1848–56).
  6. Choisy, L’Art de bâtir chez les Romains (Paris: Ducher et Cie 1873).

J.C. Coulston, H. Dodge (eds), Ancient Rome: The Archaeology of the Eternal City (Oxford: Oxford University School of Archeology Press 2000).

  1. Cressy, G.L. Taylor, The Architectural Antiquities of Rome, 2 vols. (London: Longman 1821).

A.B. Desgodetz, Les édifices antiques de Rome (Paris: Jean Baptiste Coignard 1682).

  1. Gros, L’architecture romaine, 2 vols. (Paris: Picard 1996).
  2. Lyttelton, Baroque Architecture in Classical Antiquity (London: Thames and Hudson 1974).

W.L. MacDonald, The Architecture of the Roman Empire, I: An Introductory Study (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press 1982).

W.L. MacDonald, The Architecture of the Roman Empire, II, An Urban Appraisal (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press 1986).

  1. Rakob, Römische Architektur in Th. Kraus, Das römische Weltreich, vol 2 of Proplyaën Kunstgeschichte (Berlin: Proplyaën Verlag 1967).

N.H. Ramage and A. Ramage, Roman Art (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1991).

J-O. Shelton, As the Romans Did: A Sourcebook in Roman Social History (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1998).

J.B. Ward Perkins, Roman Imperial Architecture (Harmondsworth: Penguin 1981).

Reference Books

  1. Claridge, Rome: An Oxford Archaeological Guide (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1998).
  2. Coarelli (ed), Guide archeologiche Laterza, Vols. 1–14 (Rome/Bari: Gius. Laterza & Figli Spa 1980–5).
  3. Crema, L’architettura romana (Turin: Società Editrice Internazionale 1959).

D.R. Dudley, Urbs Roma: a Source Book of Classical Texts on the City and its Monuments (London:

Phaidon 1967).

M.I. Finley, Atlas of Classical Archaeology (London: Chatto and Windus 1977).

  1. Grant, The Roman Forum (London: The Hamlyn Publishing Group 1974).
  2. La Regina, Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae: Suburbium (Rome: Edizioni Quasar 2001–2008).
  3. Lugli, Roma Antica: il centro monumentale (Rome: G.Bardi 1946).
  4. Lugli, Itinerario di Roma Antica (Rome: G. Bardi 1975).
  5. Nash, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome (London: Thames and Hudson 1968).

S.B. Platner, T. Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (London: Oxford University Press 1929).

  1. Richardson, A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press 1992).
  2. Stein, Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae, 5 vols. (Rome: Edizioni Quasar 1993–1999).
  3. Stillwell, The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (Princeton: Princeton University Press 1976).

Architectural Ornament, Interior Decoration and Minor Art

K.M. Dunbabin, Mosaics in the Greek and Roman World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1999).

K.M. Dunbabin, The Mosaics of Roman North Africa (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1978).

  1. Gnoli, Marmora romana (Rome: Edizioni dell’Elefante 1971).

D.B. Harden, Glass of the Caesars[Catalogue] (Milan: Olivetti 1987).

W.D. Heilmeyer, Korinthische Normalkapitelle (Heidelberg: Kerle 1970).

  1. von Hesberg, Konsolengeisa des Hellenismus und der frühen Kaiserzeit (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern 1980).
  2. Ling, Ancient Mosaics (London: British Museum Press 1998).
  3. Ling, Roman Painting (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1991).
  4. Mielsch, Römische Stuckreliefs (Heidelberg: Kerle 1975).

F.B. Sear, Roman Wall and Vault Mosaics (Heidelberg: Kerle 1977).

D.E. Strong, Greek, and Roman Gold and Silver Plate (London: Methuen & Co 1966).

J.B. Ward Perkins, ‘Quarrying in Antiquity: Technology, Tradition and Social Change, Proc.British Academy, 57 (1972) 1–24.

  1. Delbrueck, Hellenistische Bauten in Latium, 2 vols. (Strassburg: Trübner 1907–12).
  2. Republican Rome
  3. Zanker, Forum Romanum: Die Neugestaltung durch Augustus (Tübingen: Ernst Wasmuth 1972).
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2. Roman Building Types

Town Planning

  1. Castagnoli, Roma Antica: profilo urbanistico (Rome: Jouvence 1978).
  2. Grimal, Roman Cities, rev. G.M. Woloch (Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press 1983).
  3. Gros, M. Torelli, Storia dell’urbanistica: Il mondo romano (Rome-Bari: Laterza 1988).
  4. Laurence, S.E. Cleary, G. Sears, The City in the Roman West c. 250 BC–c. AD 250 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2011).

J.B. Ward Perkins, Cities of Ancient Greece and Italy: Planning in Classical Antiquity (London: Sidgwick and Jackson 1974).

Religious Buildings

  1. Gros, Aurea Templa. Recherches sur l’architecture religieuse de Rome à l’époche d’Auguste (Rome:

École française de Rome 1976).

  1. Kähler, Der römische Tempel (Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag 1970).

Public Buildings

J-C. Balty, Curia Ordinis (Brussels: Académie Royale de Belgique 1991).

  1. Ohr, J.J. Rasch, Die Basilika in Pompeji (Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter 1991).

Commercial Buildings

  1. De Ruyt, Macellum. Marché alimentaire des romains (Louvain: Institut supérieur d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’art, Collège Érasme 1983).

S.J.R. Ellis, The Roman Retail Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018).

Domestic Buildings

I.M. Barton (ed.), Roman Domestic Buildings (Exeter: University of Exeter Press 1996).

A.G. McKay, Houses, Villas and Palaces in the Roman World (London: Thames and Hudson 1975).

  1. Percival, The Roman Villa (London: Batsford 1976).

Recreational Buildings

  1. Krencker, E. Krüger, Die Trierer Kaiserthermen (Augsburg: Dr. Benno Filser Verlag 1929).
  2. Yegül, Baths, and Bathing in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press 1995).

Entertainment

  1. Beare, The Roman Stage (London: Methuen 1950).
  2. Bieber, The History of the Greek and Roman Theater (Princeton: Princeton University Press 1961).
  3. Futrell, The Roman Games: a sourcebook (Oxford: Blackwell 2006).

J-C. Golvin, L’amphithéâtre romain (Paris: Diffusion de Boccard 1988).

  1. Graefe, Vela Erunt, Die Zeltdächter der römischen Theater und ähnlicher Anlagen (Mainz: P.v. Zabern 1979).

J.H. Humphrey, Roman Circuses: Arenas for Chariot Racing (London: Batsford 1986).

  1. Sear, Roman Theatres: An Architectural Study (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2008).
  2. Traversari, Gli spettacoli in acqua nel teatro tardo-antico (Rome 1960).

K.E. Welch, The Roman Amphitheatre, from its Origins to the Colosseum (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2007).

Honorific Monuments

  1. De Maria, Gli archi onorari di Roma e dell’Italia romana (Rome: “L’Erma” di Bretschneider 1988).

Utilitarian Buildings

  1. Ashby, The Aqueducts of Ancient Rome (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1935).
  2. Gazzola, Ponti romani (Florence: Leo Olschki 1963).
  3. Herschel, Frontinus and the Water Supply of the City of Rome (Boston: Dana Estes and Company 1899).

Harbors and Lighthouses

  1. Trevor Hodge, Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply (London: Duckworth 1991).
  2. Bartoccini, Il porto romano di Leptis Magna (Rome: Boll. del centro studi per la storia dell’architettura, 13 1958).

Military and Defensive Architecture

  1. Ramsay, in W. Smith, A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (London: John Murray 1875) 244–56.

D.B. Campbell, Fortifying a Roman Camp: The Liber de munitionibus castrorum of Hyginus (Glasgow: University of Glasgow 2018).

M.D. Reeve (ed), Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus, Epitoma rei militaris (Oxford: Clarendon Press 2004)

3. The Age of Augustus

  1. Favro, The Urban Image of Augustan Rome (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1996).
  2. Wallace-Hadrill, Augustan Rome (Bristol: Bristol Classical Press/Duckworth 1993).
  3. Zanker, Forum Augustum: Das Bildprogramm (Tübingen: Wasmuth 1968).
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4. Roman Architects, Building Techniques, and Materials

  1. Zanker, The Power of Images in the Age of Augustus (Michigan: University of Michigan Press 1990).

J.-P. Adam, La construction romaine: matériaux et techniques (Paris: Picard 1984).

  1. Blake, Ancient Roman Construction in Italy from the prehistoric period to Augustus (Washington

D.C.: Carnegie Institution publication, 570 1947).

  1. Blake, Roman Construction in Italy from Tiberius through the Flavians (Washington D.C.: Carnegie Institution publication 616 1959).
  2. Blake, Roman Construction in Italy from Nerva through the Antonines (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society 1973).
  3. Bloch, I Bolli laterizi a la storia edilizia romana (Rome: Comune di Roma 1947).
  4. Cozzo, Ingegneria romana (Rome: Multigrafica Editrice 1970).

L.C. Lancaster, Concrete Vaulted Construction in Imperial Rome (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2005).

J.G. Landels, Engineering in the Ancient World (London: Catto and Windus 1978).

  1. Lugli, La tecnica edilizia romana con particolare riguardo a Roma e Lazio (Rome: Eredi Dott. G. Bardi 1957).

Vitruvius, The Ten Books of Architecture, transl. by M.H. Morgan (New York: Dover Publications 1960).

K.D. White, Greek and Roman Technology (London: Thames and Hudson 1984).

  1. Wilson Jones, Principles of Roman Architecture (New Haven and London: Yale University Press 2000).

5. The Julio-Claudians

L.F. Ball, The Domus Aurea and the Roman Architectural Revolution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2003).

L.B. Dal Maso, R. Vighi, Lazio Archeologico (Florence: Bonechi 1975) 242–250.

  1. Jacopi, L’Antro di Tiberio e il Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Sperlonga (Rome: Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato 1965).

6. Two Roman Towns: Pompeii and Ostia

  1. Segala, I. Sciortino, Domus Aurea (Milan: Electa 1999).

R.C. Carrington, Pompeii (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1936).

J-P. Descoeudres (ed), Ostia, port et porte de la Rome antique (Geneva: Musées d’art e d’histoire et Georg Editeur 2001).

  1. Eschebach, Die städtebauliche Entwicklung des antiken Pompeji mit einem Plan (Heidelberg: Kerle 1970).
  2. Eschebach, Die Stabianer Thermen in Pompeji (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter 1979).
  3. Jashemski, The Gardens of Pompeii, Herculaneum and the Villas Destroyed by Vesuvius (New York: Caratzas 1979).
  4. Kraus, Pompeii, and Herculaneum (New York: Harry N. Abrams 1975).
  5. Laurence, Roman Pompeii: Space and Society (Abington: Routledge 2007).
  6. Ling, Pompeii: History, Life, and Afterlife (Stroud: Tempus 2005).
  7. Mannucci (ed), Il Parco Archeologico Naturalistico del Porto di Traiano, metodo e progetto (Rome:

Ministero per i Beni Culturali ed Ambientali 1992).

  1. Meiggs, Roman Ostia (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1973).
  2. Pasini, Ostia Antica: insule e classi sociali (Rome: Multigrafica 1978).
  3. Richardson, Pompeii: An Architectural History (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press 1988).
  4. Wallace-Hadrill, Herculaneum, Past, and Future (London: Frances Lincoln 2011).
  5. Wallace-Hadrill, Houses and Society in Pompeii and Herculaneum (Princeton: Princeton University Press 1994).

J.B. Ward Perkins, A. Claridge, Pompeii AD 79 (Bristol: Imperial Tobacco Ltd 1976).

  1. Zanker, Pompeii: Public and Private Life (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press 1998).

7. The Flavians

  1. von Blanckenhagen, Flavische Architektur und ihre Dekoration (Berlin: Verlag Gebr. Mann 1940).

B.W. Jones, Emperor Domitian (Abingdon: Routledge 1993).

  1. Pearson, Arena: The Story of the Colosseum (London: Thames and Hudson 1973).
  2. Pfanner, Der Titusbogen (Mainz: Von Zabern 1983).
  3. Villedieu, Il giardino dei Cesari (Rome: Quasar 2001).
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8. Trajan and Hadrian

  1. Cozza, Tempio di Adriano (Rome: De Luca 1982).
  2. De Fine Licht, The Rotunda in Rome (Copenhagen: Jutland Archaeological Society VIII 1968).
  3. D’Onofrio, Castel S.Angelo, immagini e storia (Rome: Romana Società Editrice 1984).
  4. Kähler, Hadrian und seine Villa bei Tivoli (Berlin: Mann 1950).

W.L. MacDonald, The Pantheon, Design, Meaning, and Progeny (London: Allen Lane 1976).

W.L. MacDonald, J.A. Pinto, Hadrian’s Villa and Its Legacy (New Haven and London: Yale University Press 1995).

  1. Meneghini, R.S Valenzani, I Fori Imperiali: Gli scavi del Comune di Roma (1991–2007) (Rome: Viviani Editore 2007).

J.E. Packer, The Forum of Trajan in Rome. A Study of its Monuments (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press 1997).

9. North Africa

  1. Caputo, Il teatro Augusteo di Leptis Magna. Scavo e restauro 1937-1951 (Monografie di archeologia libica, 3 Rome: “L’Erma” di Bretschneider 1987).
  2. Caputo, Il teatro di Sabratha e l’architettura teatrale Africana (Monografie di archeologia libica, 6 Rome: “L’Erma” di Bretschneider 1959).
  3. Di Vita et al., Libya: The Lost Cities of the Roman Empire (Cologne: Könnemann 1999).

P.A. Février, Djemila (Algiers: Sous-Direction des Arts, Musées, Monuments historiques, Antiquités 1968).

R.G. Goodchild, Kyrene und Apollonia (Zürich: Raggi Verlag 1971).

C.H. Kraeling, Ptolemais, City of the Libyan Pentapolis (Chicago: Chicago University Press 1962).

  1. Lézine, Architecture romaine d’Afrique (Tunis: Université de Tunis 1963).
  2. Luquet, Volubilis (Tangier: Editions Marocaines et Internationales 1972).
  3. McKenzie, The Architecture of Alexandria and Egypt (New Haven and London: Yale University Press 2007).
  4. Poinssot, Les Ruines de Dougga (Tunis: Ist. Nationale d’Archéologie et d’Arts 1958).
  5. Raven, Rome in Africa (London and New York: Routledge 1993).
  6. Romanelli, Topografia e Archeologia dell’Africa romana (Turin 1970).
  7. Stucchi, Architettura Cirenaica (Rome: “L’Erma” di Bretschneider 1975).

J.B Ward Perkins et al., ‘The Hunting Baths at Leptis Magna’, Archaeologia 93 (1949) 165–95.

J.B Ward Perkins, The Severan Buildings of Lepcis Magna (London: Society for Libyan Studies 1993).

10. The European Provinces

  1. Amy, L’Arc d’Orange (Paris: (XVe supplément à Gallia) 1962).
  2. Amy, P. Gros, La Maison Carrée à Nîmes (Paris: 38e supplément à Gallia 1979).
  3. Brogan, Roman Gaul (London: G. Bell and Sons 1953).
  4. Bromwich, The Roman Remains of Southern France: A Guidebook (London and New York:

Routledge 1993).

  1. Cunliffe, Fishbourne: A Roman Palace and its Garden (London: Thames and Hudson 1971).
  2. Cunliffe, Roman Bath Discovered (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul 1971).
  3. von Elbe, Roman Germany (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern 1977).

S.J. Keay, Roman Spain (London: British Museum 1988).

  1. King, Roman Gaul and Germany (London: British Museum 1990).
  2. Laur-Belart, Führer durch Augusta Raurica (Basel: Historische und Antiquarische Gesellschaft 1988).
  3. MacKendrick, The Dacian Stones Speak (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina 1975).
  4. Marsden, Roman London (London: Thames and Hudson 1980).
  5. Ottaway, Roman York (London: Batsford 1993).
  6. Salway, The Oxford Illustrated History of Roman Britain (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1993).

H.H. Scullard, Roman Britain: Outpost of Empire (London: the Thames and Hudson 1979).

  1. Washer, The Towns of Roman Britain (London: Batsford 1975).
  2. Wilkes, Dalmatia (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul 1969).

R.J.A. Wilson, A Guide to the Roman Remains in Britain (London: Constable 1996).

  1. Woolf, Becoming Roman: The Origins of Provincial Civilization in Gaul (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1998).

11. The Eastern Provinces

  1. Akurgal, Ancient Civilizations and Ruins of Turkey (Istanbul: Headset Kitabevi 1973).
  2. Browning, Palmyra (London: Chatto and Windus 1979).
  3. Browning, Petra (London: Chatto and Windus 1973).

C.H. Kraeling, Gerasa, City of the Decapolis (New Haven: American Schools of Oriental Research 1938).

  1. Lankester Harding, The Antiquities of Jordan (Lutterworth: Lutterworth Press 1974).
  2. McKenzie, The Architecture of Petra (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1990).
  3. Odenthal, Syrien (Cologne: DuMont Buchverlag 1982).
  4. Ragette, Baalbek (London: Chatto and Windus 1980).
  5. Wood, Palmyra (London: [Robert Wood] 1753).
  6. Wood, Balbec (London : [Robert Wood] 1757).
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12. The Late Empire

  1. Ahrens et al., Trier, Führer zu vor- und frühgeschichtlichen Denkmälern (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern 1977).
  2. Aurigemma, The Baths of Diocletian and the Museo Nazionale Romano (Rome: Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato 1963).
  3. Carettoni et al., La Pianta marmorea di Roma Antica, 2 vols. (Rome: Comune di Roma 1960).
  4. DeLaine, The Baths of Caracalla (Portsmouth, Rhode Island: JRA Supp. 25 1997).
  5. Krautheimer, Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1979).

I.A. Richmond, The City Wall of Imperial Rome (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1930).

  1. Rodríguez Almeida, Forma Urbis Marmorea. Aggiornamento generale 1980 (Rome: Quasar 1981).
  2. Pisani Sartorio, R. Calza, La Villa di Massenzio sulla via Appia (Rome: Istituto di Studi Romani 1976).
  3. Todd, The Walls of Rome (London: Elek 1978).

E.M. Wightman, Roman Trier and the Treveri (London: Hart-Davis 1970).

R.J.A. Wilson, Piazza Armerina (London: Granada Publishing 1983).

 

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