Bibliography: The Roman City

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Lott, J.B. (2013). ‘Regions and Neighborhoods’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge, 169–189.
Bradley, M. (2012). Rome, pollution, and propriety dirt, disease and hygiene in the eternal city from antiquity to modernity. Cambridge.
Erdkamp, P.P.M. (2012). ‘Urbanism’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy. Cambridge, 241–265.
Kaiser, A. (2011). Roman Urban Street Networks. Routledge studies in archaeology 2. New York.
Morley, N. (2005). ‘The salubriousness of the Roman city’, in H. King (ed.), Health in Antiquity. London, 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.
Lott, J.B. (2004). The neighborhoods of Augustan Rome. Cambridge.
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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, 344–360.
Hope, V. and E. Marshall (2000). Death and disease in the ancient city. London.
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Wilson, A. (2000). ‘Drainage and Sanitation’, in Ö. Wikander (ed.), Handbook of Ancient Water Technology. Leiden, 151–179.
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Favro, D. (1996). The Urban Image of Augustan Rome. New York.
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.