Central Italy and Rome, Handbook for Travellers

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Maps.
1.Map of Central Italy (1 : 1,350,000), facing the title-page .
2. Railway Map of Italy (1 : 7,000,000), at the end of the Handbook
3. Elba (1 : 200,000) , p. 14.
4. Environs of Siena (1 :150,000) , p. 42.
5. Environs of Montepulciano (1 : 300,000) , p. 48.
6. Environs of Perugia (1 : 70,000) p. 67.
7. Environs of Spoleto (1 :50,000) , p. 88.
8. Environs of Terni (1: 75,000) , p. 95.
9. Exvirons of Chiusi (1 : 75,000) , p. 98.
10. Environs of Orvieto (1 : 250,000) , p. 101.
11. Environs of Urbino (1 : 250,000) , p. 144.
12. Enviroxs of Rome (1 : 500,000), a key-plan showing the limits of the special plans; p. 426.
13. Nearer Environs of Rome (1 : 60,000) , p. 428.
14. The Alban Mountains (1 : 100,000) , p. 456;
15. Environs of Tivoli (1 : 12,500) , p. 473.
16. The Sabine Mountains (1 : 100,000). Plate I. : Tivoli and Valley of the Teverone, p. 476.
17. The Sabine Mountains. Plate II: Roviano, Subiaco, Capranica , p. 478.
18. The Sabine Mountains. Plate III.: Tivoli, Palestrina, Olevano , p. 480.
19. The Volscian Mountains (I : 150,000) , p. 436.

Plans.
1. Ancona , p. 133.
2. Anzio-Nettuno , p. 494.
3. Arezzo , p. 51.
4. Assisi , p. 80.
5. Cesena , p. 123.
6. Citta Di Castello , p. 62.
7. Cortona , p. 57.
8. Faenza , p. 119.
9. Forli , p. 121.
10. Gubbio , p. 64.
11. Montepulciano , p. 48.
12. Orvieto , p. 101.
13. Ostia , p. 491.
14. Perugia , p. 67.
15. Pesaro , p. 128.
16. Rimini , p. 124.
17. San Gimignano p. 18.
18. Siena , p. 20.
19. Accademia di Belle Arti at Siena , p. 38.
20. Spoleto p. 88.
21. Tivoli , p. 473.
22. Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli , p. 472.
23. Urbino , p. 144.
24. Viterbo , p. 111.
25. Volterra , p. 11.

ROME
26. Tramway and Omnibus Plan (1: 33,000) ;
27. Large Plan (1: 11.400) ;
28. Central Rome (1 : 8300); and
29. Clue Plan (1 : 33,000), all in the Appendix .
30. ThermÆ of Diocletian , p. 191.
31 . ThermÆ Museum , p. 192.
32, Galleria D' Arte Moderna , p. 201.
33. Casino Borghese , p. 219.
34. Museo Kircheriano , p. 235.
35. Galleria Doria , p. 238.
36. Ancient Rome , p. 268.
37. Capitoline Museum , p. 273.
38 ,
39. Palace Of The Conservatori , p. 273.
40. Forum Romanum p. 286.
41. View of The Forum Romanum (S. and W. sides) in its former and present condition , p., 288.
42. Interior Of The Colosseum (restored) , p. 305.
43. Fora Of The Emperors p. 308.
44. The Palatine , p. 314.
45. Santa Maria in Cosmedin , p. 323.
46. ThermÆ or Caracalla , p. 331.
47. section and Gronnd-plan of San Clemente , p. 340.
48. San Giovanni in Laterano, Baptistery, and Lateran Museum p. 343.
49. Reconstruction of the Moles Hadriani and section of the Castello Sant' Angelo , p. 358.
50. San Pietro in Vaticano and the Vatican Palace (survey-plan) , p. 360.
51, Groand-plan of San Pietro In Vaticano In Its present state , p. 362.
52. San Pietro in Vaticano (Bramante's ground-plan) , p. 362.
53. San Pietro in Vaticano (Michael Angelo's ground-plan) , p. 363.
54. Vatican Palace, S. Wing (Sistine Chapel, Raphael's Logge and Stanze) , p. 374.
55. Vatican Palace, N. Wing (Museum of Antiquities) , p. 393.
Arms of The Popes, from 1417 to the present day , p. xliii.

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