Aquae Urbis Romae: the Waters of the City of Rome, Katherine W. Rinne

Working Bibliography

THERMAE AND BALNEA IN ROME: Baths and Bathing (updated 30 July 2003)

J. C. Anderson, "The Date of Thermae Traiani and the Topography of the Oppius Mons" AJA 89 (1985): 499-509.

Andrea Bacci, De thermis libri septem (Venice, 1588).

J. P. V. D. Balsdon, Life and Leisure in Ancient Rome (London, 1969).

K. De Fine Licht, Untersuchungen an den Trajansthermen zu Rom 2: Sette Sale (Rome, 1990).

Janet Delaine," The Balneum of the Arval Brethren," JRA 3 (1990): 321-24.

Janet DeLaine, The baths of Caracalla: a study in the design, construction, and economics of large-scale building
projects in imperial Rome
, JRA, supp. 25, 1997.

Janet DeLaine, "The 'Cella Solearis' of the Baths of Caracalla: A Reappraisal," BSR 55 (1987): 147-56.

Janet DeLaine, "Recent Research on Roman Baths," JRA 1 (1988): 11-31.

Janet DeLaine, “Roman Baths and Bathing,” JRA, 6 (1993): 348-58.

Garret G. Fagan, "Pliny Naturalis Historia 36.121 and the Number of Balnea in Early Augustan Rome." CP 88 (1993): 333-35.

Garrett G.Fagan, Three studies in Roman public bathing: origins, growth, nad social aspects dissertation
submitted to McMaster University, 1992, ( Ottawa, 1993).

L. La Follette, “The Baths of Trajan Decius on the Aventine,” JRA supp. 11 (1994): 6-88.

Laetitia AmeliaLa Follette, Palladio and the baths of Trajan Decius: the recovery of a third century bath complex
in Rome
Phd. thesis, Princeton University, 1986, Ann Arbor.

Leonardo Lombardi and Angelo Corazza, Le Terme di Caracalla (Rome, 1995).

Miranda Marvin, “Freestanding Sculptures from the Baths of Caracalla,” AJA, 87 (1983): 347-84.

Inge Nielsen, Thermae et Balnea, vols. I & II, (Aarhus, 1990).

Roberto Paribeni, Le terme di diocleziano, (Rome, 1920).

Marinella Pasquinucci, ed., Terme Romane e vita quotidiana (Modena, 1993).

Giuseppe Ripostelli, Le Terme di Antonino Caracalla all’ epoca romana, nel medio-evo e ai giorni nostri (Terni, 1908).

Giuseppe Ripostelli, The Thermae of Caracalla, in Roman times and at the present day (Terni, 1925).

Giovanni Teresio Rivoira, The Roman thermae: the baths of Diocletian (Rome, 1911).

Fikret Yegul, Baths and bathing in classical antiquity (Cambridge, c1992).

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