Late Rome

The scholarship available on the Late City of Rome.


  • Claridge, A., Rome: an Oxford archaeological guide, Oxford, 2010, 25-32, 86-7, 391-95, 446-58.
  • Coulston, J. & Dodge, H., Ancient Rome: the archaeology of the eternal cityOxford, 2000, Ch 12.
  • Curran. J.R., Pagan city and Christian capital: Rome in the fourth century, Oxford, 2000.

Further Reading

  • Ensoli, S. & La Rocca, E., Aurea Roma: dalla città pagana alla città cristiana, Rome, 2000.
  • Ferrua, A., Inglis, I. & Nardini, B., The unknown catacomb: a unique discovery of early Christian art, New Lanark, 1991.
  • Harris, W.V. & Arce, J., The transformations of Urbs roma in late antiquity, Portsmouth RI, 1999.
  • Kalas, G., The restoration of the Roman Forum in late antiquity: transforming public space, Austin, 2015.
  • Krautheimer, R. & Curcic, S., Early Christian and Byzantine architecture, Harmondsworth, 1986, Ch 1-2.
  • Lancon, B., Nevill, A & Humphries M., Rome in late antiquity: everyday life and urban change AD 312-609, Edinburgh, 2000.
  • Llewellyn, P., Rome in the Dark Ages, London, 1996.
  • Mancinelli, F., Fasola, U.M. & Wasserman, C., The catacombs of Rome and the origins of Christianity, Florence, 1981.
  • McKitterick, R., Old Saint Peter’s, Rome, Cambridge, 2013.
  • Spera, L., ‘The Christianization of Space along the via Appia: Changing Landscape in the Suburbs of Rome’ in AJA.107, 2003, 23-43.
  • Stevenson, J., The catacombs: rediscovered monuments of early Christianity, London, 1978.
  • Ward-Perkins, J.B. & Boethius, A., Roman imperial architecture, Harmondsworth, 1981, Ch 14.