The Roads of Roman Italy offers a complete re-evaluation of both the evidence and the interpretation of Roman land transport. The book utilises archaeological, epigraphic and literary evidence for Roman communications, drawing on recent approaches to the human landscape developed by geographers. Among the topics considered are: * the relationship between the road and the human landscape * the administration and maintenance of the road system * the role of roads as imperial monuments * the economics of road construction and urban development.Carter, P. (1987) The Road to Botany Bay: An Essay in Spatial History, London. Cassola, F. ... (1995b) ArWarfare and urbanization in Roman ItalyAl, in T. Cornell and K. Lomas (eds) Urban Society in Roman Italy, London: 121Ay34. Cornell, T. ... (1990) aElemental division: water control and the engineered landscapeAl, in D.E. Cosgrove and G. Petts (eds) Water Engineering and Landscape. ... (1996a) Roman Statutes (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement 64), London.
|Title||:||The Roads of Roman Italy|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2002-01-31|