University of California Press, 1990 - 240 pagine
This is the first general survey of Roman Italy that brings together the wealth of evidence available from literary sources, inscriptions, and the exciting recent discoveries in Roman archaeology. Written in a lively prose with the lay reader as well as the scholar in mind, Potter's account is one of the few to cover the whole period of Roman Italy.
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The balance of trade Notes
Romans Etruscans page 152 page 225
Later Roman Italy
Adriatic Alba Fucens amphitheatre amphorae ancient antiquity Apennine Mountains Appia Apulia aqueducts Aquileia archaeological evidence army Augustan Augustus baths became building built Campania Capua Carandini cemeteries central Italy centre Christian colonists constructed countryside cult deities early emperor Empire estates Etruria Etruscan example excavation farms fifth century Flaminia founded fourth century Francolise Gaul Greek harbour houses huge Imperial important increasingly inscriptions Italian Italy Italy's iugera Jupiter kilometres known land landscape late Roman later Latium Livy Luni major medieval Metaponto metres modern Moreover Museum Naples Nepi Nevertheless North Africa Ostia particularly peninsula period Pliny Pompeii pottery Ravenna region Republic rich road Roman Italy Roman town Rome Rome's Saepinum Samnite sanctuary second century BC Settefinestre settlement Severus slaves southern Etruria Strabo Taranto Tavoliere temple territory theatre third century BC Tiber tombs Trajan urban Valley Via Aemilia Via Flaminia villa walls Ward-Perkins wine