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  1. Origins of Rome 5 items
    1. Remus: a Roman myth - T. P. Wiseman 1995

      Book Essential PP 129 - 150

    2. The myths of Rome - T. P. Wiseman 2004

      Book  PP 119 - 148

    3. The archaeology of early Rome and Latium - R. Ross Holloway c1994

      Book 

    4. Livy: reconstructing early Rome - Gary B. Miles 1995

      Book  PP 137 - 178

  2. Roman Slavery 18 items
    1. Slavery & the Roman Literary Imagination - Fitzgerald, William 2000

      Book Essential PP 32 - 47

    2. Spartacus and the Slave Wars: a brief history with documents - Brent D. Shaw 2001

      Book 

    3. Greek and Roman slavery - Thomas E. J. Wiedemann 1988], c1981

      Book  Chapter 11

    4. The Cambridge world history of slavery: Volume 1: The ancient Mediterranean world - Paul Cartledge 2011

      Book  Bradley, K. 2011. ‘Resisting slavery at Rome’. PP 326 - 384

    5. Slavery and society at Rome - K. R. Bradley 1994

      Book  PP 154 - 173

    6. Spartan reflections - Paul Cartledge 2001

      Book  Cartledge, P.A. 2001. ‘Rebels and Sambos in Classical Greece: A comparative view'. PP 127 - 152

    7. Conquerors and slaves - Keith Hopkins 1978

      Book  PP 99 - 132

    8. Being a Roman citizen - Jane F. Gardner 1993

      Book  PP 7 - 51

    9. Roman urbanism: beyond the consumer city - Helen Margaret Parkins 1997

      Book  Mouritsen, H. 1997. ‘Mobility and social change in Italian towns during the principate’ (PP 59 - 82)

    10. The Freedman in Roman art and art history - Lauren Hackworth Petersen 2006

      Book  Chapters 1, 2, 4 & 5

    11. Children, Memory, and Family Identity in Roman Culture 28/10/2010

      Book  Rawson, B. 2007. ‘Degrees of freedom: Vernae and Junian Latins in the Roman familia’ (PP196 - 221)

    12. Marriage, divorce, and children in ancient Rome - Beryl Rawson, Australian National University. Humanities Research Centre 1991

      Book  Weaver, P.R.C. 1991. “Children of freedmen and freedwomen" (PP 166 - 190)

    13. The Roman family in Italy: status, sentiment, space - Beryl Rawson, P. R. C. Weaver, Australian National University. Humanities Research Centre 1997

      Book  Weaver, P.R.C. 1997. “The children of Junian Latins" (PP 55 - 72)

    14. Archaeology and Slave Resistance and Rebellion - Charles E. Orser, Jr. and Pedro P. A. Funari 2001

      Article 

  3. Cleopatra and Egypt 13 items
    1. Egypt from Alexander to the early Christians: an archaeological and historical guide - Roger S. Bagnall, Dominic Rathbone, J. Paul Getty Museum 2004

      Book 

    2. Life in Egypt under Roman rule - Naphtali Lewis 1983

      Book 

    3. Roman Egypt - Livia Capponi 2011

      Book 

    4. Ancient Alexandria Between Egypt and Greece - Harris, William V. Ruffini, Giovanni 2006

      Book 

    5. Egypt under the last Ptolemies - Herwig Maehler 1983

      Book 

    6. Roman imperialism: post-colonial perspectives - Jane Webster, Nicholas John Cooper, University of Leicester. School of Archaeological Studies 1996

      Book  Alston, R. 1996. ‘Conquest by Text: Juvenal and Plutarch on Egypt’. (PP 99 - 109)

    7. Cleopatra and Rome - Kleiner, Diana E. E. 2005

      Book 

    8. Actium and Augustus: The politics and emotions of civil war - Robert Alan Gurval 1998

      Book  Esp. Chapter 4

  4. Roman Religion 13 items
    1. Religion in the Roman Empire - J. B. Rives 2007

      Book Essential Chapter 1 (PP 13 - 53)

    2. As the Romans did: a sourcebook in Roman social history - Jo-Ann Shelton 1998

      Book 

    3. Religions of Rome: Vol. 1: A history - Mary Beard, John S North, S. R. F. Price 1998

      Book 

    4. Religions of Rome: Vol. 2: A sourcebook - Mary Beard, John S North, S. R. F. Price 1998

      Book 

    5. Literature and religion at Rome: cultures, contexts, and beliefs - D. C. Feeney 1998

      Book 

    6. Pagan priests - Mary Beard, John North 1989

      Book  Gordon, R. 1998. ‘Religion in the Roman Empire: the civic compromise and its limits’ (PP 233 - 256)

    7. The Organization of Roman Religious Beliefs - Charles King 2003

      Article  PP 275 - 312

    8. The Cambridge ancient history: Vol.10: The Augustan Empire, 43 B.C.- A.D.69 - Alan K. Bowman, Edward Champlin, Andrew Lintott 1996

      Book  Price, S.R.F. 1996. ‘The Place of Religion: Rome in the Early Empire’ (PP 812 - 847)

    9. The Romans and their gods - R. M. Ogilvie 1986

      Book 

    10. An introduction to Roman religion - John Scheid, Janet Lloyd 2003

      Book 

    11. The cults of the Roman Empire - Robert Turcan 1996

      Book 

  5. Nero and the Great Fire of Rome 9 items
    1. The Flavians 2015

      Book Background

    2. A companion to the Neronian age - Emma Buckley, Martin T. Dinter, Emma Buckley 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    3. Nero: the end of a dynasty - Miriam T. Griffin 1984

      Book 

    4. Nero - D. C. A. Shotter c2005 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  6. Agricola and Roman Britain 12 items
    1. Agricola and Domitian - T. A. Dorey 1960

      Article Essential

    2. War and peace in the ancient world - Kurt A. Raaflaub 2007

      Book  Barton, C. A. 2007. “The Price of Peace in Ancient Rome" (PP 245 - 255)

    3. Language and Style in Tacitus' 'Agricola' - Janet P. Bews 1987

      Article  Black, E. W. 2001. “The First-Century Historians of the Roman Empire" (PP 415 - 428)

    4. Tacitus and the Principate - John Percival 1980

      Article 

    5. An imperial possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, 54 BC-AD 409 - D. J. Mattingly 2006

      Book 

    6. Imperialism, power, and identity: experiencing the Roman empire - D. J. Mattingly 2010

      Book  PP 75 - 93

    7. A companion to Roman Britain - Malcolm Todd 2004

      Book 

  7. Gladiators! 12 items
    1. Emperors and gladiators - Thomas E. J. Wiedemann 1992

      Book Essential Chapter 1

    2. Emperors and gladiators - Thomas E. J. Wiedemann 1992

      Book Essential

    3. Life, death, and entertainment in the Roman Empire - D. S. Potter, D. J. Mattingly 2010

      Book  Dodge, Hazel. 1999. ‘Amusing the Masses: Buildings for Entertainment and Leisure in the Roman World’ (PP 205 - 255)

    4. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World : Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity - Christesen, Paul Kyle, Donald G. 2013

      Book  Fagan, G. 2014 ‘Gladiatorial Combat as alluring spectacle' (PP 465 - 477)

    5. Death and Renewal - Keith Hopkins 1983

      Book  PP 1 - 30

    6. The Cambridge companion to the Roman Republic - Harriet I. Flower 2006

      Book  Esp. Flower, Harriet I. 2006. ‘Spectacle and Political Culture in the Roman Republic' (PP 322 - 343)

    7. Leisure and ancient Rome - J. P. Toner 1995

      Book 

  8. Other Helpful Reading 10 items
    1. Atlas of Classical History - R. J. A. Talbert 1985 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Talbert's Atlas of Classical Antiquity is a brilliant resource for those just starting to study the ancient world. If you come across references to towns, provinces, regions etc. that you are not familiar with, always look them up. This will be especially helpful during your revision.

    2. The Romans and their world: 753 BC to AD 476 - J. B. Campbell c2011

      Book Essential An excellent overview of Roman history.

    3. Culture and national identity in Republican Rome - Erich S Gruen 1992

      Book  PP 1 - 51

    4. The rise of Rome: from the Iron Age to the Punic Wars (1000-264 BC) - Kathryn Lomas 2017

      Book Background

    5. The myths of Rome - T. P. Wiseman 2004

      Book  (pp 119 - 148)

    6. Slave theater in the Roman Republic: Plautus and popular comedy - Amy Richlin 2017

      Book Background

  9. Nero: the end of a dynasty - Miriam T. Griffin 1984

    Book 

  10. Nero - D. C. A. Shotter c2005 (electronic resource)

    Book 

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