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AEAH 4805/5805: Angels and Demons: The City of Rome: History of Rome

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 on Rome

History of Rome

History of Rome: Books

 

To Find Books Owned by the UNT Libraries, earch the UNT Libraries Catalog.
Name search example: Vitruvius, Pollio
Subject search examples: Rome Art, Rome Architecture
Topic keyword search examples: Rome AND Art, Vatican AND Architecture, Rome AND Architecture, Vitruvius AND Architecture, Pantheon AND Hadrian, AND "Domus Aurea".


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. If accessing off campus, you will be asked for your EUID and EUID password.

Books that do not have an UNT LIbraries logo beside them are not owned by the UNT. Books not owned by the UNT Libraries may be requested to be borrowed through our free borrowing program Inter-Library Loan.


History of Rome: Books

Most of these books are located on the 3rd floor of the Willis Library. Click on the title to see the location and call number.

War and Society in Imperial Rome, 31 BC - AD 284
Constantine and RomeCourt and Politics in Papal Rome 1492 - 1700
Renaissance Humanism in Papal Rome: Humanists and Churchmen on the Eve of the Reformation
Public Order in Ancient Rome
Ancient Rome: City Planning and Administration
A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome

History of Rome: Journal Articles

History of Rome: Journal Articles

To find journal articles, search the databases listed below.
If accessing off campus, you will be asked for your EUID and EUID password.

Journals will have the most up-to-date, scholarly information on your topic.

Name search example: Caesar, Julius, Julius II, Pope. Examples of other keyword searches: Pantheon AND Hadrian, AND "Domus Aurea".

If the UNT Libraries do not subscribe to the journal that has your journal article, then you can request to borrow a copy of the article from the UNT Libraries borrowing program Inter-Library Loan.

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