This free course is adapted from a former Open University course called 'Exploring the classical world (A219).' [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]
This course was written by Dr Phil Perkins.
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Figure 1 Plan of the streets of Rome. Reproduced from Steinby, E.M. (ed), Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae, 1993, vol 1, Figure 123a;
Figure 2 Statue of Pompey Photo: © c. 1890 Alinari Archives - Anderson Archives, Florence;
Figure 3 Pelike (storage jar), the Lykaon Painter, Greek, Classical period. Photograph: © 2007 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston;
Figure 1.1 Photo: Alinari Archives 1985-1995
Figure 1.2 Photo: AKG-Images, London/ Gilles Mermet
Figure 1.3 Photo: © Copyright The Trustees of the British Museum
Figure 1.4 Photo: Bernard Prudhomme
Figure 1.5 Photo: © Copyright The Trustees of the British Museum
All Maps from Hornblower, S. and Spawforth, A, “The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilisation” © 1998, Oxford Univeresity Press
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