By L. Richardson Jr.

The 1st such dictionary when you consider that that of Platner and Ashby in 1929, a brand new Topographical Dictionary of old Rome defines and describes the recognized constructions and monuments, in addition to the geographical and topographical positive aspects, of old Rome. It presents a concise heritage of every, with measurements, dates, and citations of important old and sleek resources.

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B u llC om 92 (1987—88); 3 2 3 — 28 (R. Rea). d . 5 7 within the short space of a single year. 200). 24). Because it is not listed among the buildings lost in the fire of Titus (see Cass. ). Tacitus, Ann. 3 1 ; Suetonius, N ero 12; Aur. , Epit. 3. Amphitheatrum Statilii Tauri: the first stone am­ phitheater built in Rome, constructed at his own ex­ pense by T. C . for his suc­ cesses in Africa. The amphitheater was dedicated in 29 (Cass. 1 ; Suetonius, Aug. 5) and was destroyed in the fire of Nero in a .

3). The Aesculetum might be pre­ sumed to have lain between this street and the river, but why Hortensius should have convened the com­ itia centuriata there remains mysterious. CEFR 98 (1987): 6 2 -7 3 (S. Panciera). Ager, Campus, P rata: These three terms generally designate land beyond the Servian Walls. A ger is 4 the territory of the city, exclusive of the city itself. 7). A ger R om am is was distinguished from ag er peregrinus but embraced all the natural features, such as rivers, lakes, and moun­ tains.

6) in the southern Campus Martius. ) to oversee and re­ ward the fire fighters (Suetonius, C laud. 1). Dur­ ing the fire of Nero the fire, having been stopped on the sixth day at the foot of the Esquiline, broke out for a second time in the property of Tigillinus in the Aemiliana and burned in the level parts of the city with great loss of porticoes and temples (Tacitus, Ann. 40). ) from the Porta Fontinalis on the shoulder of the Capitoline to the Altar of Mars, the latter probably just north of the north transept of the church of the Gesu.

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