LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN TEXT
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i. Mosaic of ship with cargo of wine, 2nd century AD. From Theveste (Tebessa in Tunisia)62
ii. Reconstruction of late Roman lighthouse. Dubrae (Dover)63
iii. Part of frieze showing light warship (liburnica), later 1st century BC. Vatican Museum, Rome91
iv. Reconstruction of frontier fort, early 4th century AD. Deutz (bridgehead opposite Colonia Agrippina)92
v. Bronze statuette of Roman soldier, 2nd century AD. From Velia (Castellammare di Veglia)94
vi. Part of funeral stele showing sale of slave, later 1st century BC. Museo Campano, Capua110
vii. Figurine (originally suspended from string) of slave being flogged. From Priene (S.W. Asia Minor)119
viii. Mosaic of fighting gladiators. Galleria Borghese, Rome120
ix. Relief showing fight with wild beasts. Sofia Museum123
x. Relief of condemned men in amphitheatre. From Miletus (Balat, S.W. Asia Minor); Istanbul Museum124
xi. Statuette of Fortune, 2nd century AD. British Museum131
xii. Cuneiform Horoscope for morning of June 3rd, 235 Bc (computed by A. J. Sachs). From Babylon. British Museum142
xiii. Triangles of the Zodiac142
xiv. Graffiti showing horoscopes, second century AD. From Dura Europus (Salahiya, E. Syria)143
xv. Small gilt-bronze bust of Commodus, AD 180-92. Victoria and Albert Museum, London146
xvi. Birth of Mithras from egg. From Borcoviciurn (Housesteads)178
xvii. Wall-paintings of Sanctuary of Dionysus, later 1st century BC. From Villa Farnesina; Musco Nazionale, Rome254
xviii. Silver mixing-bowl, Augustan period. From Hildesheim Treasure; Berlin255
xix. Wall-painting, late Augustus or Tiberius. Pompeii (House of Spurius Maesor)256
xx. Wall-painting, second or third quarter of 1st century AD. Pompeii (Casa delia Caccia)258
xxi. Reconstruction of house at Pompeii (exterior)260
xxii. Reconstruction of another house at Pompeii (interior)261
xxiii. Reconstruction by I. Gismondi of house at Ostia, 2nd century AD264

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates ix
  • List of Illustrations in Text xv
  • List of Maps xvii
  • Foreword xix
  • Part I - The Roman Empire 1
  • Part II - State and Society 21
  • Chapter 3 - Citizens of Rome 68
  • Chapter 4 - Subjects and Slaves 100
  • Part III - Beliefs 127
  • Chapter 6 - Religion 154
  • Chapter 7 - Philosophy 189
  • Part IV - Literature and the Arts 209
  • Chapter 9 - Sculpture and Painting 234
  • Chapter 10 - Architecture 260
  • Epilogue 293
  • Notes 302
  • Notes for Further Reading 309
  • Index 315
  • About the Author 323
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