Roman Architecture and Society
Drawing on ancient literary sources as well as on contemporary scholarship, Roman Architecture and Society examines the origins of the architectural achievements, construction techniques, and discoveries that have had an incalculable influence on the postclassical Western world. This detailed and concise account will appeal not only to students and scholars of Roman history, but to all with an interest in ancient architecture and urban society.
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"Informative . . . Such a book, with its multitude of topics, is certain to interest a disparate audience, from art historians interested in colored marbles to gender historians interested in women in the Roman brick industry."—Religious Studies Review
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