Bibliography: The Roman City

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Hin, S. (2013). The Demography of Roman Italy. Population Dynamics in an Ancient Conquest Society 201 BCE-14 CE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Lott, J.B. (2013). ‘Regions and Neighborhoods’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 169–189.
Bradley, M. (2012). Rome, pollution, and propriety dirt, disease and hygiene in the eternal city from antiquity to modernity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Erdkamp, P.P.M. (2012). ‘Urbanism’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 241–265.
Kaiser, A. (2011). Roman Urban Street Networks. Routledge studies in archaeology 2. New York: Routledge.
Morley, N. (2005). ‘The salubriousness of the Roman city’, in H. King (ed.), Health in Antiquity. London: Routledge, 192–204.
Mouritsen, H. (2005). ‘Freedmen and decurions: epitaphs and social history in imperial Italy’. JRS 95: 38–63.
Neudecker, R. and P. Zanker (2005). Lebenswelten. Bilder und Räume in der römischen Stadt der Kaiserzeit. Palilia 16. Rome: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Rom.
Lott, J.B. (2004). The neighborhoods of Augustan Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Eilers, C. (2002). Roman patrons of Greek cities. Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hodge, A.T. (2002). Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply. London: Duckworth.
Galsterer, H. (2000). ‘Local and provincial institutions and government’, in A. Bowman, P. Garnsey and D. Rathbone (eds), The High Empire: A.D. 70-192. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 344–360.
Hope, V. and E. Marshall (2000). Death and disease in the ancient city. London: Routledge.
Taylor, R. (2000). Public needs and private pleasures : water distribution, the Tiber river and the urban development of ancient Rome. Studia Archeologica 109. Rome: "L'Erma" di Bretschneider.
Wilson, A. (2000). ‘Drainage and Sanitation’, in Ö. Wikander (ed.), Handbook of Ancient Water Technology. Leiden: Brill, 151–179.
Potter, D.S and D.J. Mattingly (1999). Life, death, and entertainment in the Roman empire. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Wacher, J. (1997). The towns of Roman Britain. Second edition. London: Routledge.
Favro, D. (1996). The Urban Image of Augustan Rome. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Laurence, R. (1991). ‘The urban vicus: the spatial organization of power in the Roman city’, in E. Herring and R. Whitehouse (eds), Papers of the Fourth Conference of Italian Archaeology. The archaeology of power.. London: , 145–151.
Treggiari, S. (1969). Roman freedmen during the late Republic. Oxford: Oxford University Press.