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This is the first of a five-volume set that will contain 2,300 entries on the topography of ancient Rome. The lexicon will provide an up-to-date account of current research on public and private buildings and monuments constructed within the Aurelianic walls through the early seventh century A.D. Both classical and Christian structures are discussed in alphabetical entries by an international group of historians, topographers, archaeologists, philologists, numismatists, and art historians. Each volume will be heavily illustrated with drawings, photographs, floor plans, and maps.
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