Return to Roma
These links are to pictures taken on holiday in April 2007 and October 2008 and are beginning to replace those taken ten year earlier. Even though illustrations from the literature would be better, they are used to show the ruins of most interest to the visitor and likely to be accessible to the photographer. There still are sights to see, however, including the Porta Praenestina and the Praetoria barracks.
References: A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (1929) by Samuel Ball Platner and Thomas Ashby; A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (1992) by L. Richardson, Jr.; Urbs Roma (1967) by Donald R. Dudley; Roman Imperial Architecture (1981) by J. B. Ward-Perkins; Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome (1968) by Ernest Nash; Urbs Roma (1967) by Donald R. Dudley. An especially thorough guide for the visitor are two guides: Rome and Environs: An Archaeological Guide (2007) by Filippo Coarelli and Rome: An Oxford Archaeological Guide (1998) by Amanda Claridge. The map is from the Roma Urbs Imperatorum Aetate (1979-1984) by Francesco Scagnetti and Giuseppe Grande.