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Hadrian's Rome
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References

Primary sources
Dio Cassius, Roman History, Volume VIII: Books 61–70, trans. E. Cary and H.B. Foster (1925) Loeb Classical Library 176, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.
Secondary scholarship
Birley, A. (1976) Lives of the Later Caesars, Harmondsworth, Penguin.
Boatwright, M.T. (1987) Hadrian and the City of Rome, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press.
Claridge, A. (1993) ‘Hadrian’s column of Trajan’, Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol. 6, pp. 5–22.
Claridge, A. (2007) ‘Hadrian’s lost temple of Trajan’, Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol. 20, pp. 54–94.
Claridge, A. (2010) Rome: An Oxford Archaeological Guide, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Davies, P. (2000) Death and the Emperor: Roman Imperial Funerary Monuments from Augustus to Marcus Aurelius, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Guarducci, M. (1960) The Tomb of St. Peter. New York: Hawthorne Books.
Hekster, O. (2009) ‘Honouring ancestors: the dynamic of deification’ in Hekster, O., Schmidt-Hofner, S. and Witschel, C. (eds) Ritual Dynamics and Religious Change in the Roman Empire, Leiden, Brill, pp. 95–110.
Hughes, J. (2009) ‘Personifications and the ancient viewer: the case of the Hadrianeum “nations”’, Art History, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 1–20.
Price, S. (1987) ‘From noble funerals to divine cult: the consecration of Roman emperors’ in Cannadine, D. and Price, S. (eds) Rituals of Royalty: Power and Ceremonial in Traditional Societies, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 56–105.
Wilson Jones, M. (2013) ‘Who built the Pantheon?: Agrippa, Hadrian, Trajan and Apollodorus’ in Opper, T. (ed.) Hadrian: Art, Politics and Economy, British Museum Research Publication no. 175, London, British Museum Press, pp. 3–49.