13 edition of Roman cities = found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Villes romaines.|
|Statement||by Pierre Grimal ; translated and edited by G. Michael Woloch ; together with a descriptive catalogue of Roman cities by G. Michael Woloch.|
|Series||Wisconsin studies in classics|
|Contributions||Woloch, G. Michael.|
|LC Classifications||DG87 .G713 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 355 p. :|
|Number of Pages||355|
|ISBN 10||0299089304, 0299089347|
|LC Control Number||81069831|
Roman cities in Italy and Dalmatia by Arthur L. Frothingham, , Sturgis & Walton company edition. By the way I think that map might only show the Roman castra, i.e. their fortified military camps, and not all cities founded by Romans. Take a look at this map of the lower Germanic limes. Between the IJsselmeer and Cologne there are about 6 places listed in OPs map, whereas the linked map (linked in this wiki artikel btw) lists about
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I need roman cities for my book.? i need a list of ancient cities near rome for settings in my book.
preferably medium nd small cities with a couple large. Answer Save. 4 Answers. Relevance. David. Lv 7. 8 years ago. Favorite Answer. Then you need to do some research.
If you are writing a "book" then that is what writers do.