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Roman sites

The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (eds. Richard Stillwell, William L. MacDonald, Marian Holland McAllister) is available online from Perseus.

Guides to Rome

Rome and Environs: An Archaeological Guide

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Filippo Coarelli (Author), J Anthony Clauss (Illustrator), James J. Clauss (Translator), Daniel P. Harmon (Translator). (2008). University of California Press. ISBN 0520079612
Paperback. Contributed by Agricola
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Rome : An Oxford Archaeological Guide (Oxford Archaeological Guides)

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A. Claridge. (1998). Oxford. ISBN 0192880039
Paperback. A must-have guide to archaeological Rome. Divides the city into zones and describes each major (and many minor features) in great detail. Makes extensive use of line drawings and maps. Contributed by Agricola
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A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome

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L. Richardson, Jr.. (October 1, 1992). The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0801843006
Hardcover, 496 pages. Contributed by Agricola
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Old World Archaeology

Archaeology: Theories, Methods, and Practice

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C. Renfrew, P. Bahn. (2004). ISBN 0500284415
Paperback. A popular introductory text on contemporary archaeological methods. Contributed by Agricola
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Archaeology from the Earth

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M. Wheeler. (Reprint 2004). ISBN 8121511372
Hardcover. Originally published in 1954, still a classic on the topic of stratigraphic excavation methods. Contributed by Agricola
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The Mute Stones Speak: The Story of Archaeology in Italy

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P. MacKendrick. (1984). ISBN 0393301192
Paperback. Somewhat dated but still interesting history of Italian archaeology. Covers all major periods up to the end of the Empire. Puts major sites in their historical context. Contributed by Agricola
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