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To complete our picture of the stone wa Us that once probably surrounded the Palatine, or liie later wide circuit of the walls popularly attributed to Servius Tullius, with^ their mounds and fosses, their towers and gates, we can make use of dozens of wall circuits in Etruria, Umbria, Latium and further south.From Ascoli we can reconstruct the double arch- way of the Porta Capena, the Porta Carmentalis and even the Porta Trigemina; from Aquinum, the commoner type of single city gate; from Digitized by Vj OOQ IC xvi PROLOGUE Spo Ho the early memorial ardi like that of tlie Fabi L We imagine the founders of Rcnne to Have lived in circular or oval wattled huts, whose types were perpetuated in the sacred huts of Faustulus or Romulus, so often piously renovated, and symbolized in the temple of Vesta.Even ber seven hills, htr four regions, the \ Digitized by Vj OOQIC xiv PROLOGUE elevated site of her Capitol were copied as faith- fully as local conditions allowed.A series of composite pictures, made from the best-preserved buildings of these early contem- porary cities and of the colonies of Rome sent out at various times, would give an idea not only of ancient Italy but of the Rome of eadi succes* sive epoch, such as Rome herself, in her mutilated state, is now powerless to conjure. Livy is vivid reading, but he gives us only an indirect vision, and in the ruins of Rc Hne the concrete realities for the seven cen* turies before Augustus are so fragmentary and few as to give us little to grasp; and then, after all, a large part of the activities of Rome were outside of Rcnne.C.) 227 ^Aosta, Theater: end wall 2S8 ^Aosta, Theater: plan and elevation (Promis) • • 2S8 ^Aosta (near) Bridge 243 ^ Verona, Amphitheater (only remaining section of outer circuit) 248 Verona, Porta Dei Borsari (principal Augustan City Gate) restored by Gallienus .• • • 264 - Venma, Amphitheater 269 Verona, Augustan Bridge (Medieval restora- tions on right) 269 Salona, Basilica and Cemetery 270 " Salona, Amphitheater 270 * Salona, Sarcophagi 270 ' Pola, Harbor with Amphitheater 270 Trieste, ^^Arco Di Riccardo,'' Gate of Roman Tergeste (early Augustan age) 284 *' Pola, Amphitheater with one of the Entrances • • 286 Pola, Amphitheater: section (restored) detail and interior (Durm) 289 Digitized by Vj OOQ IC J LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS xi WACIMQ f AOI ' Pola, Detail of Amphitheater, showing method for use of Awning (Durm) SOS "" Pola, Detail of Ri^ Pier of Colony Arch . 5(08 ^/Pda, Temple of Augustus, from old print (Casses) 800 "^Pola, Temple of Augustus: Detail of Gable (Wlha) 800 ^Spalato, Plan of Palace of Diocletian as restored by Adam 804 Spalato, Plan of Modem Town in connection with Diocletian's Palace 807 ^Spalato, Birds-eye view of the Palace, restored (Dunn) (The Esplande is an error: the sea originally lapped the Fafade) 800 " Spalato, Sea-front of Palace of Diocletian as it existed in the XVII Century (Adam) • • • 811 ^ Spalato, Porta Aurea, half-buried (Wlha) • .This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
We know that the early town of Rome was surrounded by the foa Qviritium and an earth- en rampart, of which no traces remain: but we ca n see what i t mnfit hflvf^ bf ftn by going ^^ Ff ft T- by Antemnae.
• 820 Spalato, Dome of Mausoleum of Diocletian (Wlha) 881 'Spalato, Mausoleum of Diocletian: section • • . , • 824 Digitized by Vj OOQ IC Digitized by Vj OOQ IC PROLOGUE To know Rome well you must go elsewbere.
82S ' Spalato, Temple of Aesculapius 822 ' Spalato, Detail of Porta Aurea (Durm) . This would not be true of Greece, ruled by individualism; but Rome with her tenacious traditions, her pervasive and reconstructive im- perialism, her unaltera Ue plan of stamping her impress wherever she set foot, Rome both mir- rored the cities f rrai whidi she sprang and was mirrored in each of her colonies.
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