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AEAH 4805/5805: Angels and Demons: The City of Rome: Literature & Liturgy

A guide to resources on the artists, architects, art, architecture, history, theology, philosophy, mythology, ritual, literature and liturgy of Ancient to Renaissance Rome.

Selected Books

Architectural and Interior Styles: Books

Literature, Liturgy and Music of Rome: Books


To Find Books Owned by the UNT Libraries, search the UNT Libraries Catalog. Choose the "subject" or "keyword" search options.

Name search example: Aquinas, Thomas
Subject search examples: Rome Music, Music 15th Century
Topic keyword search examples: "Renaissance Music", "Medieval Music", "Gregorian chants" AND Vatican, Liturgy AND Roman, "Summa Theologica" AND Aquinas, Thomas.
 

To Find Books Available at Other Universities

Search the World Catalog to find books not owned by the UNT Libraries. The World Catalog contains more than 35 million records describing items owned by libraries around the world.

Books not owned by the UNT Libraries may be requested to be borrowed through Inter-Library Loan.


Literature, Liturgy and Music of Rome: Books


Most of these books are regular circulating books in Willis Library, 3rd floor. Click on the title of the book to see the location and call number.

Music and Musicians in Renaissance Rome and Other Courts
The Politics of Latin Literature: Writing, Identity, and Empire in Ancient Rome
Plato's Republic and Shakespeare's Rome: a Political Study of the Roman Works
Vergil's Empire: Political Thought in the Aeneid
Traditions and Contexts in the Poetry of Horace
Ovid: the Poet and His Work

Roman Literature, Liturgy and Music

Literature, Liturgy and Music of Rome: Journal Articles

 

Search the following databases for journal articles. If accessing off campus, you will be asked for your EUID and EUID password. 

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