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eBook A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Oxford Reprints) epub
  • ISBN: 0199256497
  • Author: Samuel Ball Platner
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Ancient Civilizations
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; Facsimile edition edition (October 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 632 pages
  • ePUB size: 1925 kb
  • FB2 size 1365 kb
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Samuel Ball Platner: A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome London: Oxford University Press, 1929. For scholarly purposes the work is therefore dated; and superseded, to some extent by A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome by L. Richardson, jr, published in 1992, and unquestionably by E. M. Steinby's Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae, 5 vols. 1993‑ ); as well as by the results of recent and current archaeology, among which in particular the major excavations of Trajan's Forum and the surrounding area.

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A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome is a reference work written by Samuel Ball Platner and completed by Thomas Ashby after Platner's death that was published in 1929 by Oxford University Press. Referred to as 'Platner and Ashby', the volume describes the ancient monuments and buildings in the city of Rome, although by and large only if they belong to the classical period

Platner, Samuel Ball, 1863-1921. Rome (Italy) - Antiquities.

Platner, Samuel Ball, 1863-1921. Boston, Allyn and Bacon.

A concise description of the monuments and buildings of ancient Rome are arranged alphabetically here, with reference to ancient and modern sources

A concise description of the monuments and buildings of ancient Rome are arranged alphabetically here, with reference to ancient and modern sources. Platner and Ashby's topographical dictionary has been a useful work for Rome scholars.

Cambridge Core - Ancient History - A Topographical Dictionary of. .Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing pages.

This useful topographical dictionary was compiled by Samuel Ball Platner (1863–1921) of Western Reserve University in collaboration with Thomas Ashby (1874–1931), the third director of the British School of Archaeology at Rome. Sadly, Platner died before the work was completed, and Ashby eventually published it in 1929.

Platner, Samuel Ball A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Oxford Reprints). ISBN 13: 9780199256495. A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Oxford Reprints). Platner, Samuel Ball. ISBN 10: 0199256497 ISBN 13: 9780199256495. Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2008.

is a work by Samuel Ball Platner, completed by Thomas Ashby after Platner s death, published in 1929, that describes monuments and buildings in the city of Rome, although by and large only if they belong to the classical period. Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias.

Oxford: 1929, pp. 36-38 Stanford Furma Urbis Project Ancient Library Sources (from Peter Aicher, Rome Alive, vol. 1) Deutsches Archäologisches Institut More images (from Flickr). 36-38. Erected by the senate in honour of Constantine to commemo-rate his victory over Maxentius in 312 . as the inscription in the attic (CIL V. 139) records. The date of its completion is fixed to 315-316 . by the mention of the decennalia in the inscriptions of the side arches; and Grossi-Gondi decides for 316 because the consulship is omitted, whereas in 315 he held it for the fourth time. It is not mentioned by any of our literary sources. Stanford Furma Urbis Project Ancient Library Sources (from Peter Aicher, Rome Alive, vol. Referred to as 'Platner and Ashby', the volume describes the ancient monuments and buildings in the city of Rome, although by and large only if they belong. to the classical period. It covers both remains that are still extant and buildings of which not a trace remains, and collates source documents for each

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