The Idea of a Town: The Anthropology of Urban Form in Rome, Italy and the Ancient World
MIT Press, 1988 - 242 páginas
Looks at the Roman town as a work of art, discusses the mythical, historical, and ritual aspects of ancient towns, and examines the implications for modern urban design.
Rome and Romulus
Two City and Site
The First Furrow
Three Square and Cross
Four Guardians of Centre Guardians of Boundaries
Ritual and Hysteria
Five The Parallels page
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