Platner, Samuel Ball; Ashby, Thomas
A topographical dictionary of ancient Rome — Oxford: Univ. Press [u.a.], 1929

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51. Thermae Antoninianae, Central Hall. Photograph by Alinari - - 522
52. Thermae Antoninianae, Library. Photograph by Ministry of Public
Instruction, Rome ---------- 522
53. Thermae Diocletiani, Frigidarium. Photograph by Ministry of Public
Instruction, Rome ---------- 528
54. Thermae Diocletiani and Old Railway Station ----- 528
55. Thermae Neronianae, after an engraving by Aid Giovannoli - - 532
56. Tombs on the Via Salaria Vetus. Photograph by T. Ashby - - 532
Plan of Ancient Rome. Two colours. From Plainer, op. cit. - - at end

LIST OF TEXT-FIGURES
1. Amphitheatrum Flavium, section as restored. From Taylor and Cresy,
Architectural Antiquities of Rome, pl. 118 - between pages 10 and 11
2. Amphitheatrum Flavium, section as restored. Restoration by Hulsen
after Knapp. By permission of the German Archaeological Insti¬
tute between pages 10 and 11
3. The so-called Servian City. From Plainer, Ancient Rome, fig. 6 - page 353
4. The Pomerium and the XIV Regions. Ibid. fig. 7 - - ,, 394
5. The City of the Four Regions. Ibid. fig. 5 ■'·■>, 443
6. The Septimontium. Ibid. fig. 4 - - - - - - 472
7. The Thermae Titi and Thermae Traiani. Ibid. fig. 87 - - 535
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