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UNIT I: ROMAN HISTORY

SECTION I: ANCIENT HISTORY

Era I: The Beginnings of Rome and Monarchy
Part 1. The Beginnings of Rome and Monarchy

Era II: The Republic
Period I: 509-265
Part 2. (a) The Struggle Between the Orders

Part 3. (b) The Conquest of Italy


Period II: Rome and the Mediterranean States, 265-146 B.C.
Part 4. (a) Conquest of the West

Part 5. (b) Rome in the East, 200-133

Period III: The Period of the Revolutions, 146-49 B.C.
Part 6. The Period of the Revolutions, 146-49 B.C. (a) Rise of the Senate; the Gracchi; Sulla; etc.
Part 7. (b) Pompey; Caesar; Cicero; the First Triumvirate; etc.
Part 8. (c) Dictatorship of Caesar; the Second Triumvirate; etc.

Era III: The Empire
Period I: The Principate, 27-284 A.D.
Part 9. (a) The Constitution of the Principate
Part 10. (b) General History of the Empire

Period II: 284-476 A.D.

Part 11. (a) From the Accession of Dioletion to the Death of Theodosius (284-395 A.D.)
Part 12. (b) From the Death of Theodosius to the Extinction of the Western Empire (395-476 A.D.)

SECTION II: HISTORY OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Part 13. History of the Roman Republic in the Middle Ages. (a) Odacer. Goths. Byzantines. Lombards. Franks.
Part 14. (b) Holy Roman Empire (from 800 A.D): Leo III; Charlemagne; Otho III; etc.
Part 15. (c) Roman Commune (1143 A.D.): Arnold of Brescia; Frederick I; Innocent III; etc.
Part 16. (d) Boniface VIII. The Church's Exile in Avignon.
Part 17: (e) Cola de Rienzo and the Pope's Return to Rome
Part 18: (f) 15th Century and Renaissance. Post-Mediaeval Rome.

SECTION III: FURTHER READING
Part 19: (g) Further Reading on Ancient and Mediaeval History.

UNIT II: ROMAN TOPOGRAPHY AND ARCHAEOLOGY

SECTION I: [INTRODUCTION]
Part 20. Introduction - Roman Topography and Archaeology

SECTION II: ANCIENT ROME
Part 21. Ancient Rome - Architecture and Construction

Part 22. Remains of Prehistoric Rome

Part 23. Remains of the Period of Kings (753-509 B.C.)
Part 24. Forum Romanum and Adjacent Buildings
Part 25. Palatine Hill or Palatium
Part 26. Capitoline Hill
Part 27. The Imperial Fora
Part 28. Other Temples, etc.
Part 29. Places of Amusement
Part 30. Arches, Columns, Tombs, Mausolea, Bridges
Part 31. Regiones of Augustus
Part 32. Further Reading: Literature on the Topography of Ancient Rome

SECTION III: CHRISTIAN ROME
Part 33. From the 4th to the 12th Century

Part 34. From 1200 to 1450, and the Papal Palaces
Part 35. Florentine Period, c. 1450-1550
Part 36. Modern Period
Part 37. Further Reading: Works on Christian Rome



The above article was written by the following authors:

Parts 1-12 (Ancient History of Rome):
Henry Francis Pelham, M.A., LL.D., F.S.A.; President of Trinity College, Oxford, from 1897; Camden Professor of Ancient History, University of Oxford, from 1889; Tutor of Exeter College, 1869-90; University Reader Ancient History, 1887; Curator of Bodleian Library, 1892; author of Outlines of Roman History, The Imperial Domains and the Colonate, The Roman Frontier System.

Parts 13-18 (History of Rome - Mediaeval and Recent):
Pasquale Villari, Professor of Modern History, Reale Instituto di Studi Superiori, Florence; President of the Tuscan Section of the Società di Storia Patria; formerly Minister of Public Instruction in Italy; author of L'Insegnamento della Storia, Niccolo Machiavelli e i suoi Tempi, etc.

Parts 20-37 (Topography and Archaeology of Rome):
John Henry
Middleton, M.A., Litt.D., D.C.L.; Slade Professor of Fine Art in the Univ. of Cambridge, 1866; later, Art Director of the South Kensington Museum; author of The Engraved Gems of Classical Times and Illuminated Manuscripts in Classical and Mediaeval Times.




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