Platner & Ashby

Samuel Plattner’s Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, which was completed by Thomas Ashby, was published in 1929 and  used to be the standard work on the monuments of the capital of the ancient Mediterranean world. Although outdated on several issues, it is still very useful. LacusCurtius’ Bill Thayer is preparing an online addition (better proofed than the Perseus version), and has now added articles on Curiae and the two sanctuaries of Juno Sospita.

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