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21 Nov 99
zzz Latin Inscriptions: a famous one on the Arch of Titus in Rome
(with a particularly interesting "solution" page)

4 Nov 99
zzz

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Asylum

3 Nov 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Asylum (a very brief article)

13 Oct 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Baths of Diocletian

12 Oct 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Forum Iulium (and Temple of Venus Genetrix)

9 Oct 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Arcus Tiberii Diribitorium

8 Oct 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
3 small related pages: Fausta Felicitas Genius Populi Romani Venus Victrix

6 Oct 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Quintus Curtius: Historiae Alexandri Magni - complete Latin text with apparatus criticus

3 Oct 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Arcus Neroniani

2 Oct 99
zzz Related pages, in the same small area of Rome:
Churches of Rome: S. Stefano Rotondo
Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Castra Peregrina

27 Sep 99
zzz

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:

Bulla — both the bulla praetexta and the metal bosses of doors

26 Sep 99
zzz Gazetteer of Umbria: A Roman milestone in Orvieto

24 Sep 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Pomerium (includes a small map of Rome, by the way)

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:

Arcus Arcus Triumphalis Porta

19 Sep 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: the 3 arches of Drusus

18 Sep 99
zzz

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Pomoerium

2 Sep 99
zzz Churches of Rome: index page S. Maria in Domnica
Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: The Sacred Way

1 Sep 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus

16 Aug 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:

Porticus (general article and index) • Porticus Minucia

14 Aug 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:

Porticus Aemilia Porticus Deorum Consentium Porticus Octaviae Porticus Pompei Porticus Vipsania

13 Aug 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:

Porticus of the Argonauts Porticus Liviae Porticus Margaritaria Temple of Apollo in the Campus Martius

12 Aug 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:

Jupiter Stator (2 temples) Jupiter Tonans

9 Aug 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:

Forum Holitorium Sepulchrum C. Cestii (Pyramid of Cestius) Templum Pacis

3 Aug 99
zzz Latin Inscriptions: horses and carrots in the Capitoline Museums (and its "solution" page) • the funerary plaque of a poor freedwoman • Finally, the index page for epitaphs in the Capitoline Museums

1 Aug 99
zzz

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities
- 3 small articles on carriages: Harmamaxa Petorritum Rhaeda

29 Jul 99
zzz Rodolfo Lanciani: Pagan and Christian Rome (complete)

26 Jul 99
zzz

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:

Clivus Capitolinus Clivus Scauri all other cliva (or clivi)

25 Jul 99
zzz Ostia: the Firemen's Barracks
Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Scalae Gemoniae

7 Jul 99
zzz Gazetteer of Rome: The so‑called Temple of Minerva Medica

6 Jul 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, 2 related entries:
Minerva Medica Nymphaeum (covers 6 nymphaea, actually)

29 Jun 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
gates and arches in the SE quadrant of the Aurelian Walls, with photos.
Porta Appia Porta Latina Porta Metrovia Arco di Druso

28 Jun 99
zzz

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:

Plaustrum (oxcart)

27 Jun 99
zzz

Churches of the comune of Trevi:

S. Donato and 2 Roman inscriptions (in S.Pietro a Pettine and S. Emiliano) were already online; I've added an index page and 8 pages/11 photos of new material, including 2 new churches.

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:

Milliare (the Roman milestone)

Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington:

No new pages but the clickmap to Chapter 4 (Ermine Street) is now online.

14 Jun 99
zzz 2 related articles:
Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Puteal
Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Puteal Libonis

Latin Inscription: in the church of S. Emiliano of Trevi (and its "solution" page)

10 Jun 99
zzz Gazetteer of Umbria:
My existing single page on St. Francis's hermitage near Assisi was not very good. I've now divided it into 3, and added a lot of new material:
Eremo delle Carceri

4 Jun 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
2 midsized and 4 small entries dealing with religion:
Haruspices Luperci Aeditui Neocori Sacellum Sacrarium

3 Jun 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Augurium (augury, or divination from birds: one of the better entries) • Lituus

22 May 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Currus (the main article for chariots)

18 May 99
zzz Gazetteer of Umbria:
index page for the comune of Foligno

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Basilica Argentaria Basilica Constantini (the Basilica of Maxentius) • Clivus Argentarius

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Suggestus

11 May 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Agrimensores

10 May 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Dies (divisions and types of days) • Accensi

9 May 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Horologium (sundials and water clocks)

7 May 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
Fistula (water pipe) • Hydraula (the hydraulic organ)

5 May 99
zzz

David Fingrut's Mithraism Page
This classic exposition of Mithraism (high-school level, though) had been taken offline. Thanks to its author, it reappears here.

4 May 99
zzz

Diary: Index to Umbria
133 towns or small places linked to the first-hand reports, some of them very detailed. The page existed but had sat there for a long time only 30% complete. (A separate and much more detailed index to just the Roman remains is in construction, as are a general index for Italy and special indexes for the towns of Todi and Spello.)

21 Apr 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
3 small articles, related mostly by their woodcuts:
Funambulus (tightrope-walker) • Thyrsus Vannus (the winnowing-fan)

13 Apr 99
zzz Endangered Heritage: index page
A sampling of cultural monuments damaged by vandalism and art theft.
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899) completed, with only proofreading left: Book X

11 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book IX

10 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book VIII

9 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book VII

8 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book VI
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Horti Sallustiani (Gardens of Sallust) • Aedes (tres) Fortunae (the Three Temples of Fortune)

7 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book V
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Obeliscus Hortorum Sallustianorum (the obelisk at the top of the Spanish Steps)

6 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book IV
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
a small article on obelisks: Obeliscus
Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Obeliscus Augusti in Circo Maximo (the Flaminian obelisk)

4 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book III
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Obeliscus Augusti (Augustus' great sundial)

3 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book II

2 Apr 99
Clicca hic ad Latinam paginam legendam. Vitruvius: de Architectura - Latin text (Teubner, 1899): Book I

31 Mar 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
a minor article on what exactly was meant by being "naked": Nudus

29 Mar 99
zzz Fossato di Vico: a tiny Roman bridge over the Riga

26 Mar 99
zzz Vitruvius: de Architectura - English translation by Joseph Gwilt, completed:
Book VIII Book IX Book X
Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Porta Collina

23 Mar 99
zzz Vitruvius: de Architectura - English translation by Joseph Gwilt: Book VI Book VII

21 Mar 99
zzz Vitruvius: de Architectura - English translation by Joseph Gwilt:
Book IV Book V

20 Mar 99
zzz Vitruvius: de Architectura - English translation by Joseph Gwilt:
Book II Book III

19 Mar 99
zzz Vitruvius: de Architectura - English translation by Joseph Gwilt:
homepage Book I

17 Mar 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Arch of Titus

16 Mar 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Amphitheatrum Flavium (the Colosseum)

14 Mar 99
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: Book 19 is now proofread, supposedly errorfree.

7 Mar 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Anio Novus

6 Mar 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
Aqua Claudia

4 Mar 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
a fairly major article on Roman bridges: Pons

3 Mar 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,
a very minor article: Maenianum (a tier of bleachers in a Roman amphitheatre)

Pliny the Elder, Natural History: Book 18 is now proofread, supposedly errorfree. (This is like pulling teeth, folks. . .)

2 Mar 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,
a major article on the Roman circus (6 woodcuts, 4 photos): Circus

Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
The two streets called Via Tecta (one of them sometimes: Via Recta)

Souvenirs of the Marquise de Créquy:
A Day in the Life of the Lateran
and a Marquise de Créquy homepage to go with it, since I now have 2 excerpts of hers online.

1 Mar 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
The Ara Pacis

28 Feb 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
The Palatine Hill

11 Feb 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 3 articles:
Carpentum Exostra Mansio

10 Feb 99
zzz The Pantheon: the home page the major entry in Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 2 very brief articles: • Lararium (home chapel or altar in a Roman house) • Librator (a type of soldier or a waterworks technician)

8 Feb 99
zzz Latin Inscription: in the Musei Capitolini in Rome

Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 2 articles: • Emissarium (engineering: a certain type of water channel) • Velum (curtains, veils, sails, awnings in various uses)

7 Feb 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: Aqua Marcia

6 Feb 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,
a major article on Greek and Roman theatre buildings: Theatrum
and an article on the singing of Fescennine verses at Roman weddings: Fescennina

5 Feb 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,
a major article on the Roman law of marriage and the wedding ceremonies: Matrimonium

3 Feb 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,
an article on children in Roman law: Infans

1 Feb 99
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: Preface (proofread)
The text of the Natural History on my site is now complete.

27 Jan 99
zzz Rome, Aurelian Walls, Amphitheatrum Castrense, 2 minor additions: • a (brick!) Corinthian capital • Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome: brief entry on the Amphitheatrum Castrense

23 Jan 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
a fairly major article on Roman roads: Viae
and a minor article: Stratores

20 Jan 99
zzz The Colosseum: an index page

19 Jan 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
major article on the Roman aqueduct: Aquaeductus
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
minor article: Via Collatina

18 Jan 99
zzz Platner and Ashby's Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome:
homepage
and 2 articles:
Anio Vetus Via Flaminia

16 Jan 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
2 new articles: Fuscina Gladiatores

14 Jan 99
zzz Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities:
homepage
and 6 new articles:
Bestiarii Cisium Covinus Esseda Naumachia Venatio

12 Jan 99
zzz Roman Amphitheatres:
Smith's Dictionary (1875) - "Amphitheatrum"

A major article, mostly about the Colosseum, with several diagrams; illustrated with several additional photos; linked to further pages from the same dictionary.

6 Jan 99
zzz Souvenirs of the Marquise de Créquy:
On the Perils of Latin Toponymy

4 Jan 99
zzz

Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington:

No new pages but the clickmap to Chapter 2 (Watling Street) is now online.

3 Jan 99
zzz

Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington:

No new pages (text is complete, after all) but the clickmap to Chapter 3 (Watling Street, continued) is now online.

18 Dec 98
zzz Rome, Aurelian Walls: the Amphitheatrum Castrense

17 Dec 98
Cliccare qui per leggere la stessa pagina in Italiano.

Via Flaminia a Roma: Porta Flaminia

La pagina già esisteva in inglese, ora tradotta: grazie a Paolo Carena.

16 Dec 98
Cliccare qui per leggere la stessa pagina in Italiano.

Via Flaminia a Roma: Ponte Milvio
Bambini nel mondo Romano: pagina indice la bulla praetexta

Queste pagine già esistevano in inglese, ora tradotte: grazie a Paolo Carena.

15 Dec 98
Cliccare qui per leggere la stessa pagina in Italiano.

Via Flaminia: Roma: pagina indice
Ara Pacis: pagina principale ritratti dei bambini della famiglia imperiale
Mistero di monete e di fiamme nel pavimento della Basilica Emilia

Queste pagine già esistevano in inglese, ora tradotte: grazie a Paolo Carena.

14 Dec 98
zzz A Roman inscription in Narni: the effects of bad lining-out
Cliccare qui per leggere la stessa pagina in Italiano.

Via Flaminia: pagina indice
Pagina di aiuto: mappe cliccabili delle strade romane su questo sito

Queste 2 pagine già esistevano in inglese, ora tradotte: grazie a Paolo Carena.

12 Dec 98
zzz A mystery of coins and fire in the pavement of the Basilica Aemilia

11 Dec 98
zzz

Frontinus: The Water Supply of Rome

The complete English translation by Charles E. Bennett, published by Loeb, 1925.

7 Dec 98
zzz

Frontinus: The Water Supply of Rome

The complete Latin text. A complete photoreproduction of the sole medieval manuscript of it is also on its way: some of it is already up.
Latin Texts: the index page

5 Dec 98
zzz Roman Waterworks: the Meta Sudans

2 Dec 98
zzz Pitigliano (Tuscany): index page for the "vie cave" (maybe Etruscan roads)

1 Dec 98
zzz Roman Britain: the index page
Pantheon: details of the door
Children in the Roman World: the bulla praetexta

29 Nov 98
zzz Trevi: the index page

28 Nov 98
zzz Ostia: the index page

27 Nov 98
zzz Photo Index, 1998: page 1 page 2
I'm just starting to index the 110 rolls of 1998 photos; the index will be completed gradually over the next few months.

26 Nov 98
zzz A possibly newly-discovered Roman inscription (Trevi, Umbria).

25 Nov 98
zzz Diary — The last pages of my 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • 14 (Spello: the medieval aqueduct bridge known as the Ponte Parasacco; good-byes.) • 15 (I leave Spello. A guided visit of Roman remains in and around Narni. I stay overnight in Orte Scalo, and return to Chicago via Fiumicino airport and Munich.)

24 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Nov. 2 (I visit Bettona: an old town with walls and a good museum.) • 3 (A day in Ostia Antica; a walk from Nocera Umbra to Fossato di Vico; a day in Rome: the Velabro and the Capitolium, in brief) • 6 (Not much.) • 7 (A rather thorough guided visit of Trevi and environs: Roman stuff.) • 8 (Not much reported, although I wander around quite a bit.) • 11 (The beginning of the 2d international Ostia colloquium.) • 13 (The Ostia symposium in more detail; a visit to Portus.)

23 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Oct. 30 (Amelia: a disorganized sort of day) • Oct. 31 (Amelia: was that a Roman dam? Ancona: mostly the Duomo; Norcia: a beautiful fall day and some Roman inscriptions; Rome: James almost misses his plane.)

22 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Oct. 21 (Trevi: the annual Celery Fair) • Oct. 24 (Chiusi: the Etruscan Museum and some tombs; a visit to Ostia Antica) • Oct. 25 (San Gémini and Carsulae) • Oct. 27 (We begin our visit of Amelia)

21 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Oct. 1 (not much really; but I visit Bastia Umbra) • Oct. 7 (Rome: St. John Lateran; Assisi: the Rocca) • Oct. 10 (Spello: a meal that should have been better) • Oct. 11 (Spoleto: the fascinating Late Antique churches of S. Ponziano and S. Salvatore) • Oct. 12 (A performance of Mozart's Don Giovanni in Orvieto) • Oct. 15 (Etruscan remains in Orvieto; a good meal) • Oct. 16 (mostly underground Orvieto) • Oct. 19 (Long entry: mostly Pitigliano and its "vie cave", which I don't believe are Etruscan roads)

19 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Sep. 22 (end of a good restaurant in Todi) • 23 (Fossato di Vico, Sigillo, Scirca, Costacciaro, three Roman bridges) • 24 (Scheggia, a quick visit to the Roman theatre of Gubbio) • 25 (Nocera Umbra: a ghost town since the 1997 earthquake) • 27 (Etruscana in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Perugia; a Katia Ricciarelli concert) • 30 (a 47 km walk across most of central Umbria, from Spello to Todi)

18 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Sep. 18 (Amelia /Ameria/, Seripola /Castellum Amerinum/) • 19 (Seripola, Amelia; Rome: a very disappointing visit of the Forum) • 20 (nothing much)

17 Nov 98
zzz Diary — 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Sep. 11 (Pigge, a small town near Trevi) • 12 (Campello sul Clitunno; walk from S. Vittorio Terme to Sassoferrato) • 16 (mostly small Roman remains around Spello) • 17 (more small Roman remains around Spello; Fornole, near Amelia)

16 Nov 98
zzz Diary — the beginning of my 1998 stay in Italy, just ended: • Aug. 26 (departure) • 27 (Rome airport and train thru Umbria) • 28 (arrival in Spello) • 29 (the flu in Spello) • 30 (train to Rimini) • 31 (Rimini & San Marino) • Sep. 1 (flu: nothing much) • 2 (Urvinum Hortense & Cannara) • 3 (Rome: a stretch of the Aurelian Walls; the Colosseum) • 5 (as part of Spello's Festa Romana I parade thru Spello as Julius Caesar. . .) • 7 (the site of the battle of Lake Trasimene; a vandalized church in Spello; Julius Caesar again) • 8 (Spoleto: theatre, museum, S. Pietro) • 10 (Rome: Palazzo Barberini, Largo Argentina)

26 Aug 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 1

23 Aug 98
Lien à une page en français. al‑Idrisi (for now, available only in French): • Second Climate, Sections 1‑3 (roughly: the Sahara) • Second Climate, First Section only (southern Morocco and the Canary Islands)
Part of the same text as above, but with a second translation facing it

16 Aug 98
zzz Via Appia: • rudimentary index page to the famous stretch leading out of Rome an inscription now in the Tomb of Caecilia Metella

10 Aug 98 7 Aug 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 22

6 Aug 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 21

4 Aug 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 20

3 Aug 98
zzz Via Appia: The Tomb of Secundinus
Latin Inscription: in the lapidary collection of the Palazzo Comunale of Spello

2 Aug 98
zzz

Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 19
Diary — 2 more pages that had been inadvertently omitted:

28 Dec (visit of the roof of the Duomo of Milan) • 29 Dec 1996

1 Aug 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 18

28 Jul 98
zzz A correction made today: the Gubbio index page put up a few days ago now contains the right material.

26 Jul 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 17

25 Jul 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 16
Trees and timber in the Roman world: bibliographical reference page.

23 Jul 98
zzz Bevagna: homepage

16 Jul 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 4, Chapter 7 — Aethiopia below Egypt Book 4, Chapter 8 - Aethiopia Interior

15 Jul 98
zzz Rome: the grave of Augustus Hare in the Protestant Cemetery

14 Jul 98
zzz Matigge: church of S. Donato (and Via Flaminia, sort of)
Latin Inscription: in the city gate of Massa Martana (more Via Flaminia, sort of)

12 Jul 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 3, Chapter 5 - European Sarmatia Book 3, Chapter 6 - The Tauric Chersonesus Book 3, Chapter 7 - The Iazyges Metanastae

11 Jul 98
zzz Spoleto index page
Gubbio: • index page Palazzo dei Consoli

6 Jul 98
zzz Ptolemy: Index of Places

3 Jul 98
zzz Roman Theatres: index page (page existed but very poorly developed, so unreported; now adequate) • Gubbio Spoleto

30 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 11 - Conclusion.
Latin Inscription: near the via della Torre di Belvedere in Spello

27 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 10 - Roman Roads from London to Silchester and the West, continued.

26 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 9 - Roman Roads from London to Silchester and the West

25 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 5, Chapter 3 - Lycia

24 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 5, Chapter 2 - Asia proper • and the clickmap for Book 5, Chapter 1 - Pontus and Bithynia

Roman Amphitheatres: index page
Page existed but very poorly developed, therefore unreported; now a useful resource.

22 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 5, Chapter 13 - Cyprus

21 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 5 homepage Book 5, Chapter 1 - Pontus and Bithynia • and the clickmaps for Book 2, Chapter 3 - Baetica and Book 2, Chapter 6 - Aquitania

20 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 2, Chapter 1 - Hibernia Book 4, Chapter 4 - Cyrenaica Book 4, Chapter 5 - "Marmarica, Libya, and Egypt" (what we would now call only Egypt)

19 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 8 - Riknild Street

18 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 2, Chapter 2 - Britannia

17 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 4, Chapter 3 - Africa proper (Numidia)
Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 7 - The Foss Way

16 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 4, Chapter 2 - Mauritania Caesariensis

15 Jun 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 37
Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 6 - East Anglia, Iknild Street, and Akeman Street
Ptolemy: Book 4 homepage Book 4, Chapter 1 - Mauritania Tingitana

14 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 3, Chapter 4 - Sicily

12 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 3, Chapter 2 - Corsica Book 3, Chapter 3 - Sardinia

11 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 5 - Erming Street, continued.
Latin Inscription: in the Firemen's Barracks at Ostia Antica

10 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 2, Chapter 9 - Narbonensis Book 2, Chapter 15 - Illyria and Dalmatia Book 3 homepage Book 3, Chapter 1 - Italy

9 Jun 98
zzz Ptolemy: Book 2, Chapter 6 - Aquitania Book 2, Chapter 7 - Lugdunensis Book 2, Chapter 8 - Belgica (with map)
Cliccare qui per leggere la stessa pagina in Italiano. Il Sarcofago di Stilicone: pagina già esisteva in inglese, ora tradotta.

8 Jun 98
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Ptolemy: The Geography homepage

Book 2 (Western Europe): • index page Chapter 3 - Baetica Chapter 4 - Lusitania Chapter 5 - Tarraconensis

Cliccare qui per leggere la stessa pagina in Italiano. PAGINA DI AIUTO PRONTOSOCCORSO: pagina già esisteva in inglese, ora tradotta: grazie a Paolo Carena.

7 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 4 - Erming Street (complete chapter only covers half of Erming Street)

6 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: Chapter 3 - Watling Street, continued (complete chapter only covers half of Watling Street)

Milan, church of S. Ambrogio: a page on the mosaics of the Sacello di S. Vittore, nominally already in place, basically new

4 Jun 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 36

3 Jun 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 35

1 Jun 98
zzz Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington: homepage Chapter 2 - Watling Street (complete chapter only covers half of Watling Street)

31 May 98
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Roman Roads in Britain, by Thomas Codrington:

Chapter 1 - Introduction (a valuable intro to the study of Roman roads even elsewhere than Britain; also includes a version of the 15 Itinera of the Antonine Itinerary)

30 May 98
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Latin Inscriptions:

a 16‑page site with 11 inscriptions (and its own separate "What's New" page).
Colosseum: a Late Antique inscription of the year 484 (eight years after the "fall of Rome")

28 May 98
zzz 3 pages on the church of S. Silvestro near Collepino: crypt, Roman sarcophagus, traces of a Roman aqueduct, etc.

27 May 98
zzz Spello's church of S. Claudio: a fresco of the Annunciation two Roman inscriptions

26 May 98
zzz Spello: the Oratory of S. Giovanni Battista

25 May 98
zzz Spello: heraldry
Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 34

24 May 98
zzz Spello: summary bibliography

23 May 98
zzz Bevagna: Roman bibliography

21 May 98
zzz from Augustus Hare's travels in Italy: the Roman bridge at Narni the Duomo of Milan

19 May 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 33

18 May 98
zzz Diary: Index to London, Dec 95

16 May 98
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Diary — 5 more pages that had been inadvertently omitted:

17 Dec 18 Dec 20 Dec (Victoria & Albert Museum) 22 & 23 Dec 95 (visit to Rye in Sussex; London: Turner Bequest)

15 May 98
zzz Narni, the Roman bridge: a placeholder page with one photo.
Spello, church of S. Claudio, fresco quiz: the solution page.

14 May 98

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13 May 98 12 May 98
zzz Pliny the Elder, Natural History: completed Book 32
Milan, church of S. Ambrogio: 2 pages on the so‑called Tomb of Stilicho.

9 May 98
zzz Spello, church of S. Claudio: several pages on frescoes, mostly depictions of the titular saint.

8 May 98
zzz Via Flaminia near Foligno: 2 pages on the Roman remains in the village of Fiamenga.

7 May 98
zzz Rimini: Tempietto of S. Anthony of Padua.

5 May 98
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Diary — 3 pages that had been inadvertently omitted:

2 Sep 97 3 Sep 97 4 Sep 97 (hike from Spello to Assisi via the summit of Mt. Subasio).

4 May 98
zzz Spello, church of S. Claudio: a fresco depicting the titular saint.

2 May 98
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Endangered Heritage:

2 pages on the church of S. Simeone near Stroncone

and 1 page on art theft from the church of S. Giovanni de Butris
(both in Terni province).

Page updated: 10 Mar 13