THE ROMANS: SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES


Mary Beard, "Reading The Ruins Of Rome," New York Review Of Books (July 13, 2017): 18-19.  (Access through Vancouver Island Regional Public Library and RB Digital Gateway).

Franz Lidz, "Hannibal's Lost Road," Smithsonian (July 2017): 108-120.  (Access through Vancouver Island Regional Public Library and RB Digital Gateway).

Franz Lidz "Blood Sport," Smithsonian (July 2016): 36-45.  (Access through Vancouver Island Regional Public Library and RB Digital Gateway).

Andrew Curry, "Trajan's Amazing Column," National Geographic (April 2015): 116-129.  (Access through Vancouver Island Regional Public Library and RB Digital Gateway).

Robert Draper, "Rethinking Nero," National Geographic (September 2014): 82-111.  (Access through Vancouver Island Regional Public Library and RB Digital Gateway).

T. P. Wiseman, "The Many And The Few," History Today, 64 (August 2014): 10-15.

Mary Beard, "Laugh Your Head Off," New Statesman, 143 (June 6, 2014): 40-41.

Raoul McLaughlin, "Desert Legions," History Today, 64 (June 2014): 31-37.

Mark Walker, "Ancient Egypt In Rome," Ancient Egypt Magazine, 14 (April/May 2014): 24-36.

James Romm, "Dying Every Day: The Suicides Of Seneca And Nero," Yale Review, 102 (January 2014): 1-32.

Andrew Curry, "The Weapon That Changed History," Archaeology, 65 (January/February 2012): 32-37.

Paul Burton, "Pax Romana/Pax Americana: Perceptions Of Rome In American Political Culture, 2000-2010," International Journal Of The Classical Tradition, 18 (March 2011): 66-104.

Christopher Lockett, "Accidental History: Mass Culture And HBO's Rome," Journal Of Popular Film And Television, 38 (Fall 2010): 102-112.

Richard Miles, "Carthage: The Lost Mediterranean Civilisation," History Today, 60 (July 2010): 10-17.

Adrienne Mayor, "Mithradates Scourge Of Rome," History Today, 59 (December 2009): 10-15.

Raoul McLaughlin, "Silk Ties: The Links Between Ancient Rome And China," History Today, 58 (October 2008): 34-41.

Neil Faulkner, "Hadrian And The Limits Of Empire," History Today, 58 (August 2008): 14-21.

Raoul McLaughlin, "Silk Ties: The Link Between Ancient Rome And China," History Today, 58 (January 2008): 34-41.

Lincoln Blumell, "Beware Of The Bandits!: Banditry And Land Travel In The Roman Empire," Journey, 8 (Summer/Winter 2007): 1-20.

T.P. Wiseman, "'Gladiator' And The Myths Of Rome," History Today, 55 (April 2005): 37-43.

Robert Garland, "Murder Most Foul," History Today (February 2004).

David Keys, "How Rome Polluted The World," Geographical, 75 (December 2003): 45-48.

Mary Harlow and Roy Laurence, "Old Age in Ancient Rome," History Today (April 2003).

Neil Faulkner, "Apocalpyse: The Great Jewish Revolt Against Rome, 66-73 CE," History Today (October 2002).

Philip DeSouza, "Ancient Rome And The Pirates," History Today, 51 (July 2001).

Franz Lidz, "Sudden Death," Sports Illustrated, 94 (February 23, 2001).

Jeri DeBrohun, "Power Dressing In Ancient Greece And Rome," History Today, 51 (February 2001).

Lewis Lord, "The Year One," U.S. News And World Report, 130 (January 8, 2001).

Lionel Casson, "In the Year 1, Augustus Let the Good Times Roll," Smithsonian (August 1999).

Dirk Bennett, "Ecstasy in Late Imperial Rome," History Today (October 1998).

Michael Brett, "Carthage: The God in the Stone," History Today (February 1997).

Logan Thompson, "Roman Roads," History Today (February 1997).

Jerry Dennis, "Pliny's World: All the Facts -- And Then Some," Smithsonian (November 1995).

Robert Wernick, "Dido Was Its Old Flame, and Hannibal Called it Home," Smithsonian (April 1994).

John North, "Democracy in Rome," History Today (March 1994).

Keith Hopkins, "Everyday Life for the Roman Schoolboy," History Today (October 1993).

Mary Beard, "The Classic Woman?," History Today (July 1993).

Robert Garland, "Deformity and Disfigurement in the Graeco-Roman World," History Today (November 1992).

Peter J. Holliday, "Time, History And Ritual On The Ara Pacis Augustae," Art Bulletin, 72 (December 1990).

D. Lawday, "Digging For Myth In Ancient Rome," U.S. News And World Report, 108 (May 28, 1990).

David Braund, "The Roman Revolution?," History Today (April 1987).

Keith Hopkins, "Murderous Games," History Today, 33 (June 1983).


 

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