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10 edition of Roman Italy found in the catalog.

Roman Italy

by T. W. Potter

  • 254 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy
    • Subjects:
    • Italy -- History -- To 476,
    • Italy -- Antiquities, Roman

    • Edition Notes

      StatementT.W. Potter.
      SeriesExploring the Roman world
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG209 .P68 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination240 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages240
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2736452M
      ISBN 100520060652
      LC Control Number86030897


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Roman Italy by T. W. Potter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Tragedy of Empire From Constantine to the Destruction of Roman Italy, a volume in the Belknap series “History of the Ancient World”, is a very valuable overview and analysis of the knotty question of why the empire “fell” in the west, while it survived in the east.

It's well done, albeit with two flaws; most importantly no notes. Excluding the notes, bibliography and index, "Roman Conquests: Italy" is a tight pages.

The book is a solid mix of high quality academic research with enough narrative to please those with a more passing interest in this key period of Roman history/5(10). This is the first general survey of Roman Italy that brings together the wealth of evidence available from literary sources, inscriptions, and the exciting recent discoveries in Roman archaeology.

Written in a lively prose with the lay reader as well as the scholar in mind, Potter's account is one of the few to cover the whole period of Roman Italy. About the Book. This is the first general survey of Roman Italy that brings together the wealth of evidence available from literary sources, inscriptions, and the exciting recent discoveries in Roman archaeology.

A Companion to Roman Italy investigates the impact of Rome in all its forms—political, cultural, social, and economic—upon Italy’s various regions, as well as the extent to which unification occurred as Rome became the capital of Italy.

The collection presents new archaeological data relating to the sites of Roman Italy Contributions discuss new theories of. In this richly illustrated book, art historian John R. Clarke helps us see the ancient Roman house with Roman eyes.

Clarke presents a range of houses, from tenements to villas, and shows us how enduring patterns of Roman wall decoration tellingly bear the cultural, religious, and social imprints of the people who lived with case studies of seventeen excavated houses. This is now an 'old' book, originally published by the British Museum inbut as a resource for students of Ancient Rome and Italy, it remains valuable material.

It is an almost impossible task (as Potter concedes!) to attempt to cover the whole of Italy and the Romans within one book, but this makes a very good start.4/5(1).

A Companion to Roman Italy investigates the impact of Rome in all its forms—political, cultural, social, and economic—upon Italy’s various regions, as well as the extent to which unification occurred as Rome became the capital of Italy.

The collection presents new archaeological data relating to the sites of Roman Italy. Guesthouse Roman and Italian Roman and Italian Via Emanuele FilibertoCentral Station, Rome, Italy – Excellent location – show map – Subway Access/10().