Bibliography: Rome

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Malmberg, S. (2015). ‘'Ships are Seen Gliding Swiftly along the Sacred Tiber': The River as an Artery of Urban Movement and Development’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 187–202.
Mulryan, M. (2015). ‘Movement and the Hero: Following St Lawrence in Late Antique Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 165–172.
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