Roman Public Buildings

Edited by Ian M. Barton

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ISBN: 9780859894753

Publication: September 1, 1995

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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Roman Public Buildings was first published in the Exeter Studies in History series in 1989. It examines the development of Roman architecture and the significance of different types of buildings for the political, social and economic history of the period. A glossary of technical terms is included.

Ian Barton was until his retirement Head of Classics at University of Wales, Lampeter.

List of Figures, Plates and Maps Abbreviations Acknowledgements Introduction - I.M. BARTON 1. Roman Town Planning - E.J. OWENS 2. Civic and Other Buildings - JOHN CARTER 3. Religious Buildings - I.M. BARTON 4. Buildings for Entertainment - A.J. BROTHERS 5. Aqueducts - A. TREVOR HODGE Afterword: the Theatre of Civic Life - T.P. WISEMAN Glossary Guide to Further Reading Index of Sites and Buildings Notes on Contributors

Here is a concise and useful book covering all aspects of Roman public buildings ... I found myself enthralled by the articles on buildings for entertainment and aqueducts. Both are fascinating in detail and range and particularly lucidly written. Its clear layout and comprehensive indexing make it a useful handbook for anyone and I was particularly impressed with the glossary which deals well with obscure detail but does not by-pass the apparently obvious. Figures and plates are well selected and clear and all the sites described are illustrated.
  JACT Review

Rich in examples, packed with information and adequately illustrated, this slim volume should be appreciated by students as well as by teachers.
  The Classical World

Format: Paperback

Size: 148 x 210 mm

190 Pages

ISBN: 9780859894753

Publication: September 1, 1995

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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