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All things ancient Rome : an encyclopedia of the Roman world

Title
All things ancient Rome : an encyclopedia of the Roman world / Anne Leen.
ISBN
9781440862885
1440862885
9781440862908
1440862907
9781440862915
1440862915
9781440862892
9798216170808
9788216170809
Publication
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, [2023]
Physical Description
xxxv, 653 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm
Summary
"Through roughly 160 alphabetically arranged reference entries, this book surveys the material culture and social institutions of ancient Rome"-- Provided by publisher.
Variant and related titles
Encyclopedia of the Roman world
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
September 13, 2023
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
v. 1. A-L
v. 2. M-Z.
v. 1. Abortion
Abstract Gods
Actium
Adoption
Aeneas
Agriculture
Alba Longa
Amphitheater
Aqueduct
Arch
Army
Art and architecture
Ascanius
Asia Minor
Assemblies (Comitia)
Astrology
Athletics
Basilica
Baths
Bilingualism
Bridges
Britain (Brittania)
Building programs
Calendar
Campania
Campus Martius
Cannae
Capua
Carthage
Chariot racing
Childhood
Christianity
Circus
Citizenship
City planning
Coins and coinage
Colonization
Column
Cosmetics and perfumes
Crime and punishment
Cumae
Cursus Honorum
Death and afterlife
Dido
Disease and medicine
Dress
Education
Educators
Egypt
Emperor and Empress
Empire
Encyclopedias
Epicureanism
Ethos
Etruscans
Family
Festivals and holidays
Food and drink
Forum
Freedmen and freedwomen
Funerary monuments
Furniture
Games (Ludi)
Gardens (Horti)
Gates
Gaul (Gallia)
Gender and sexuality
Gladiators
Glass
Graffiti
Greece
Herculaneum
Housing
Hygiene and sanitation
Imperial cult
Inscriptions
Italy
Janus
Jewelry and gems
Juno
Jupiter
Lares and Penates
Latin language
Latin literature
Law
Literary criticism
Lucretia
v. 2. Magic
Magna Graecia
Manuscript studies
Marriage
Mars
Medieval Latin
Mediterranean Sea
Minerva
Mines
Monarchy
Mosaics
Music
Mystery religions
Mythology
Names
Native Italian Gods
New Academy, The
Non-Italian Gods
Numidia
Oplontis
Ostia
Paganism
Palatine Hill
Patricians and Plebeians
Patronage
Pets
Philhellenism
Philosophy
Political offices
Pompeii
Pottery
Priesthoods
Prodigies and portents
Provinces
Pythagoreanism
Rape
Religion
Republic
Rhetoric and oratory
Roads
Rome
Romulus and Remus
Sculpture
Second sophistic
Senate
Sibylline oracles
Sicily
Slavery
Spain (Hispania)
Status
Stoicism
Taxation and finance
Technology and engineering
Temple
Theater
Trade and commerce
Tribes
Triumph
Troy
Venus
Vesuvius
Votive offerings
Wall painting
Walls
Warfare
Wealth and poverty
Women
Work.
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