The inheritance of Rome : a history of Europe from 400 to 1000 / Chris Wickham.
Chris Wickham 1950-Book
The founding of Rome is shrouded in legend, but current archaeological evidence supports the theory that Rome grew from pastoral settlements and coalesced into a city in the 8th century BC. This book tells the story of the Eternal City, from its earliest days right up to the present.
Rome / by Robert Hughes.
London : Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Foundation -- Augustus -- Later Empire -- Pagans versus Christians -- Medieval Rome and Avignon -- Renaissance -- Rome in the Seventeenth century -- High Baroque (Bernini, Borromini, etc.) -- Eighteenth-century Rome, Neo-classicism, and the Grand Tour -- The Nineteenth century : orthodoxy versus modernity -- Futurism and Fascism -- Rome recaptured.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 488-498) and index.
534 pages .,  pages . of plates : illustrated
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