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CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 151 ANCIENT LANDSCAPES

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SPRING 2008 THURSDAYS 2-4 PM BOYLSTON HALL 203

BETSEY A. ROBINSON
BOLYSTON 215 617.495.4019 barobins@fas.harvard.edu

DESCRIPTION: In search of ancient Mediterranean landscapes, we will range from city to countryside, and from garden grottoes to sacred mountains. From classical Greece through the Roman imperial period, we explore human responses to the natural world through studies in art and literature, archaeology and cultural geography. Topics include pictorial landscapes and multi-media installations, modes of representation (e.g. allegorical vs. documentary), and intersections between real and imagined landscapes, geography, and tourism. The class will consist of lectures and discussions. Each week everyone will read a set of core documents. As time goes on, other readings will be divided among participants, some of who will be charged with leading discussion on the respective topics, and/or introducing additional points of interest. Basic readings will be drawn from the following required/recommended books, available at the Coop and on reserve at the Fine Arts Library: Farrar, L. 1998. Ancient Roman Gardens. Stroud. Hughes, J.D. 1994. Pans Travail. Environmental Problems of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Baltimore. Ling, R. 1991. Roman Painting, Cambridge, 1991 (recommended). You will also be asked to read articles and excerpts that have been placed on reserve in the Fine Arts Librarybooks on open reserve, closed reserve, and in a course binder (marked * in reading list) at the circulation desk. Other articles (marked ) can be downloaded free via JSTOR and other Electronic Resources on the Harvard Libraries website. Requirements and evaluation: 20 % Attendance and general participation 20 % Two short written Assignments
Required of all enrollees, no exemptions

One 3-4 page response paper One 1-page abstract with annotated bibliography introducing final project 10 % Teaching presentation 20 % Research presentation in class 30 % Final research paper, due 14 May Undergrads: 10-12 pages Grad students: 15-18 pages (18-20 pages for Classics seminar credit)

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TENTATIVE SCHEDULE (subject to change depending on composition and interests of class group). I. Looking at the Landscape 1. 31 January Introduction: Classical lands and landscapes and schools of landscape studies Scope, concepts, approaches, questions, problems and attitudes. 2. 7 February No class (Professor Robinson sequestered for university fellowship committee). Please read! CORE READINGS: *Handoutdifferent views on landscape, excerpts from reserves. How do different scholars define and use landscape? Begin Hughes, Pans TravailCh 2: The Environment: Life, Land, and Sea in the Mediterranean Region, Ch. 4: Concepts of the Natural World, Ch. 5: Deforestation, Overgrazing and Erosion. 3. 14 February Mediterranean landscapes. A: Nature and human stewardship B: Settlements and sanctuaries, manipulation and exploitation CORE READINGS: Continue from last week, handout and Hughes, Ch. 6: Wildlife Depletion: Hunting, Fishing and the Arena, and Ch. 9 Urban Problems. PREPARATION: talking points on the different

meanings of landscapes and the variety of landscape studies.


II. Better Homes and Gardens: Material-based approaches and textual input 4. 21 February From countryside to country house; utilitas, and amoenitas. CORE READINGS: *Jones, Town and Country Houses of Attica in Classical Times. *Ackerman, The Ancient Roman Villa; and either *Purcell, The Roman villa and the Landscape of Production or *Purcell, Town in Country and Country in Town. ASSIGNMENT 1: response paper on the definition and purposes of a Roman villa 5. 28 February Garden archaeology, Babylon to Pompeii and Rome, private to public. CORE READINGS: *Gleason, To Bound and to Cultivate; Farrar, Ch. 2: Roman Housing and the Growth of the Garden; Ch. 3: Architectural Features in Roman Garden Design; Ch. 9 Non-Residential Gardens; Ch. 7 on flora and fauna. Recommended: riffle through Jashemski, The Gardens of Pompeii. DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Thompson, Garden Lore of Ancient Athens; Farrar Chs. 4, 5, 6 on water features, fountain figures, garden sculpture; *Gleason, Porticus Pompeiana 6. 6 March Literary Landscapes I: House and Garden in Word and Image CORE READINGS: *Bergmann, Painted Perspectives and Statius Silvae 2.2 (The Villa of Pollius Felix at Surrentum); *Littlewood, Ancient Literary Evidence. DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Varros aviary, villas of younger Pliny; Sperlonga and Tivoli (specifics t.b.a.) III. Landscape into Art 7. 13 March Literary Landscapes II: From the mountains to the prairies; waters and places; pastoral CORE READINGS: Webster, Personification as a Mode of Greek Thought; Robinson, The Saturated Landscape, excerpts (handout). DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Theocritus (t.b.a.); Halperin, Before Pastoral, excerpts; Gardner Countries and Cities in Ancient Art; *Smith, Spear-Won Land at Boscoreale; Jones, Reading Rivers, excerpts. 8. 20 March The Greek imagination: pictorial landscapes CORE READINGS: Homer, Iliad and Odyssey excerpts (t.b.a.); *Hurwit, The Representation of Nature in Early Greek Art; Pollitt, Art in the Hellenistic Age, Ch. 9 Pictorial Illusion and Narration, 185-209; Ling, Roman Painting, Ch. 1: The Antecedents, and Ch. 6 Mythological and Historical Paintings.

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DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Stansbury-ODonnell 1989 and 1990; Blanckenhagen, The Odyssey Frieze, pp. 44-53; Leach, Words and Pictures: Vergils Aeneid and the Odyssey Landscapes in The Rhetoric of Space. ASSIGNMENT 2: Abstract and annotated bibliography for term paper ----- 27 March: SPRING BREAK: NO CLASS 9. 3 April Greek into Roman: A. Palestrina mosaics; B. Boscoreale vistas; B. Sky-maps and cosmoscapes CORE READINGS: *Harley, Maps, Knowledge, and Power; browse Meyboom, The Nile Mosaic. DIVIDE AND CONQUER: *Ferrari, The Geography of Time. Lehmann, Roman Wall Paintings from Boscoreale... pp. 82-131. Aratus (t.b.a.), Lehmann, The Dome of Heaven; *Barry, Walking on Water: Cosmic Floors 10. 10 April Paintings: Gardens, pastoral, and sacro-idyllic scenery: distant mirrors and local haunts Guest lecturerHallie Franks CORE READINGS: Franks on Vergina Hunt Frieze, dissertation excerpts (handout). Kellum, The Construction of Landscape in Augustan Rome: The Garden Room at the Villa ad Gallinas, Jashemski, The Gardens of Pompeii, vol. 1, ch. 3. DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Ling, Ch. 6 Mythological and Historical Paintings, and read Ch. 7 Other Paintings. von Blanckenhagen, The Augustan Villa at Boscotrecase; *Bergmann, Exploring the Grove 11. 17 April Student reports 12. 24 April Student reports 13. 30 April Student reports n.b. READING PERIOD BEGINS 3 MAY FINAL PAPERS ARE DUE ON 14 MAY (LAST DAY OF READING PERIOD)

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CARCH 135 ANCIENT LANDSCAPES Betsey Robinson

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*BINDER and ELECTRONIC RESOURCES *Ackerman, J. 1990. The Villa: Form and Ideology of Country Houses. Princeton. Esp. Chapter 2: The Ancient Roman Villa, pp. 35-61. *Barnes, T.J. and J.S. Duncan. 1992. Introduction: Writing Worlds, in ed. T.J. Barnes and J.S. Duncan, Writing Worlds: Discourse, Text and Metaphor in the Representation of Landscape, London. Pp. 1-17. *Barry, F. 2007. Walking on Water: Cosmic Floors in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Art Bulletin 89, pp. 627656. *Beagon, M. 1996. Nature and Views of Her Landscapes in Pliny the Elder, in Human Landscapes in Classical Antiquity, eds. G. Shipley and J. Salmon. London/NY. Pp. 284-309.

Bender, B. 2002 Time and Landscape, Current Anthropology 43, Supplement (August-October), pp. S103-112.

*Bergmann, B. 1992. Exploring the Grove: Pastoral Space on Roman Walls. In The Pastoral Landscape (=Studies in the History of Art 36), ed. J.D. Hunt. Washington D.C. Pp. 20-46. *Bergmann, B. 1991. Painted Perspectives of a Villa Visit, in ed. E.K. Gazda, Roman Art in the Private Sphere, pp. 49-70.

Bergmann, B. 1995. Greek Masterpieces and Roman Recreative Fictions. HSCP 97, pp. 79-120.

*Bergmann, B. 1999. Rhythms of Recognition: Mythological Encounters in Roman Landscape Painting, in Im Spiegel des Mythos. Bilderwelt und Lebenswelt, F. de Angelis and S. Muth, eds., Wiesbaden, pp. 82-107. [FA615.74] *Bergmann, B. 2001. Meanwhile, Back in Italy Creating Landscapes of Allusion, in S.E. Alcock, J. Cherry, and J. Elsner, eds. Pausanias: Travel and Memory in Roman Greece. Cambridge. van Buren, A.W. and R. M. Kennedy 1919. Varros Aviary at Casinum, The Journal of Roman Studies 9, pp. 59-66. *Clarke, J. R. 2005. Augustan Domestic Interiors: Propaganda or Fashion, in K. Galinsky, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus, Cambridge, pp. 264-278. *Coates, P. 1998. Ancient Greece and Rome Ch. 2 in Nature. Western Attitudes Since Ancient Times. Berkeley. Pp. 23-39. *Cosgrove, D.E. 1988. The Geometry of Landscape: Practical and Speculative Arts in Sixteenth-Century Venetian Land Territories, in ed. S. Daniels and D.E. Cosgrove, The Iconography of Landscape: Essays on the Symbolic Representation, Design and Use of Past Environments, Cambridge. Pp. 254-276. * Daniels, S. and D.E. Cosgrove, eds. 1988. Introduction to The Iconography of Landscape: Essays on the Symbolic Representation, Design and Use of Past Environments. Cambridge. *Daniels, S. 1988. The Political Iconography of Woodland in Later Georgian England, in ed. S. Daniels and D.E. Cosgrove, The Iconography of Landscape: Essays on the Symbolic Representation, Design and Use of Past Environments, eds. S. Daniels and D.E. Cosgrove. Cambridge. Pp. 43-82.
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*Duncan, J.S and N.G. 1992. Ideology and Bliss: Roland Barthes and the Secred Histories of Landscape, in ed. T.J. Barnes and J.S. Duncan, Writing Worlds: Discourse, Text and Metaphor in the Representation of Landscape, London. Pp. 18-37. *Ferrari, G. 1999. The Geography of Time: The Nile Mosaic and the Library at Praeneste, Ostraka 8, pp. 359386.

Gardner, P. 1888. Countries and Cities in Ancient Art, Journal of Hellenic Studies 9, pp. 47-81.

*Gleason, K.L. 1994. Porticus Pompeiana: A New Perspective on the First Public Park of Ancient Rome, Journal of Garden History 14, pp. 13-27. *Gosden, C. and L. Head 1994. LandscapeA Usefully Ambiguous Concept, Archaeology in Oceania 29, pp. 113-16. *Harley, J.B. 1988. Maps, Knowledge, and Power, in ed. D. Cosgrove and S. Daniels, The Iconography of Landscape, Cambridge. Pp. 227-312.

Henderson, J. 2002. Columellas Living Hedge: The Roman Gardening Book, Journal of Roman Studies 92, pp. 110-133.

*Hughes, J.D. 1976. The effect of Classical Cities on the Mediterranean Landscape, Ekistics 42 (1976) 332-342. [Loeb Per] * Hurwit, J.M. 1991. The Representation of Nature in Early Greek Art, in New Perspectives in Early Greek Art, ed. D. Buitron-Oliver. (=Studies in the History of Art 32, and CASVA Symposium Papers XVI) Hanover/London. Pp. 33-62. *Jones, J.E. 1975. Town and Country Houses of Attica in Classical Times, in Thorikos and the Laurion in Archaic and Classical Times. Miscellanea Graeca I, Ghent. Pp. 63-141. *Knapp, A.B. and W. Ashmore. 1999. Archaeological Landscapes: Constructed, Conceptualized, Ideational, in ed. W. Ashmore and A.B. Knapp, Archaeologies of Landscape: Contemporary Perspectives. London. Pp. 1-30. Kuttner, A. 2004. Modalities of Movement in a Garden and Their Representation Delight and Danger in the Roman Water Garden: Sperlonga and Tivoli, from ed. M. Conan, Landscape Design and the Experience of Motion [Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture, 24] http://www.doaks.org/Motion/04Motion.pdf

Lehmann, K. 1945. The Dome of Heaven, Art Bulletin 27, pp. 1-27.

*Littlewood, A.R. 1987. Ancient Literary Evidence for the Pleasure Gardens of Roman Country Villas, in ed. E.B. MacDougall, Ancient Roman Villa Gardens, Washington, DC. Pp. 187-203. *Norwood, V. 1993. Designing Nature: Gardeners and Their Gardens. Chapter 4 in Made from this Earth: American Women and Nature. Chapel Hill. Oelschlaeger, Max. The Idea of Wilderness and *Ancient Mediterranean Ideas of Humankind and Nature: the Passage from Myth to History, Chapters 1 and 2 in The Idea of Wilderness. Yale University Press 1991, pp. 1-67. *Panofsky, E. 1982 (originally 1936). Et in Arcadia Ego: Poussin and the Elegiac Tradition, in Meaning in the Visual Arts, Chicago, pp. 295-320.

Petrain, D. 2003. The Goatherds Cup, the Temple of Juno, and a Tradition of Ecphrastic Narrative, Center for Hellenic Studies, online manuscript: http://zeus.chsdc.org/chs/theocritus_colloquium
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*Purcell, N. 1996. Rome and the Management of Water: Environment, Culture, and Power, in ed. G. Shipley and J. Salmon Human Landscapes in Classical Antiquity, London/NY. Pp. 180-212. *Purcell, N. 1995. The Roman villa and the Landscape of Production, in ed. T. Cornell and K. Lomas, Urban Society in Roman Italy. New York. Pp. 151-179. *Purcell, N. 1987. Town in Country, Country in Town. In ed. E.B. MacDougall, Ancient Roman Villa Gardens, Washington, DC. Pp. 187-203. *Rackham, O. 1990. Ancient Landscapes, in ed. O. Murray and S. Price, The Greek City: From Homer to Alexander, Oxford. Pp. 85-111. *Rackham, O. 1996. Ecology and pseudo-ecology: the example of ancient Greece, in ed. G. Shipley and J. Salmon, Human Landscapes in Classical Antiquity, London/NY. Pp.16-43. *Ridgway, B.S. 1981. Greek Antecedents of Garden Sculpture, in ed. E.B. MacDougall and W.F. Jashemski, Ancient Roman Gardens [=Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture 7] Washington D.C. Pp. 9-28 [book is also on OPEN reserve]. *Sauer, C. O. (J. Leighly, ed.)1963. Foreword to Historical Geography, in Land and Life: A Selection from the Writings of Carl Ortwin Sauer, Berkeley. Pp. 351-379. *Sauer, C. O. (J. Leighly, ed.)1963. The Morphology of Landscape, in Land and Life: A Selection from the Writings of Carl Ortwin Sauer, Berkeley. Pp. 315-350. *Scobie, A. 1986. Slums, Sanitation, and Mortality in the Roman World, Klio 68, pp. 399-433. *Smith, R. R. R. 1994. Spear-won Land at Boscoreale: On the Royal Paintings of a Roman Villa, Journal of Roman Archaeology 7, pp. 100128. *Snodgrass, A. 1990. Survey Archaeology and the Rural Landscape of the Greek City, in ed. O. Murray and S. Price, The Greek City: From Homer to Alexander, Oxford. Pp. 113-136.

Stansbury-ODonnell, 1990. Polygnotoss Nekyia: A Reconstruction and Analysis, AJA 94, pp. 213-235. Stansbury-ODonnell, 1989. Polygnotoss Iliupersis: A New Reconstruction, AJA 93, pp. 203-215.

Thompson, D.B., with R.E. Griswold. 1963. Garden Lore of Ancient Athens. (=Excavations of the Athenian Agora, Picture Book 8). Athens. Free download: http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/publications/upload/Garden%20Lore%20of%20Ancient%20AthensLR.pdf

Webster, T. B. L. 1954. Personification as a Mode of Greek Thought, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 17, pp. 10-21.

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RESERVE BOOKS
Placing the gods : sanctuaries and sacred space in ancient Greece. x, 271 p. : (1994) ISBN: 0198149476 (acid-free paper) : Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) A rough and rocky place : the landscape and settlement history of the Methana Peninsula, Greece : results of the Methana Survey Project, sponsored by the British School at Athens and the University of Liverpool. ix, 370 p. : (1997) ISBN: 0853237417 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) The Greek city : from Homer to Alexander. xiv, 372 p., [2] p. of plates : (1990) ISBN: 0198147910 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Human landscapes in classical antiquity : environment and culture. xiv, 344 p. : (1996) ISBN: 0415107555 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) The Archaeology of garden and field. xv, 228 p. : (1994) ISBN: 0812232445 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Adembri, Benedetta. Hadrian's Villa. 110 p. (2000) ISBN: 8843577190 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Alcock, Susan E. Graecia capta : the landscapes of Roman Greece. xxi, 307 p. : (1993) ISBN: 0521401097 (hardback) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Alcock, Susan E. Classical archaeology. xiii, 447 p. (2007) ISBN: 9780631234180 (hardback : alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available Required for Course HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Digital Version Ashmore, W. Archaeologies of landscape : contemporary perspectives. 1-32 (1999) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Beagon, Mary. Roman nature: the thought of Pliny the Elder. x, 259 p. (1992) ISBN: 0198147260 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Biering, Ralf. Die Odysseefresken vom Esquilin. (1995) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Blanckenhagen, Peter Heinrich von. The Augustan Villa at Boscotrecase. 1 v. (unpaged) (1990) Robinson CArch 151: Landscapes

ISBN: 3805311273 : Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Bowe, Patrick. Gardens of the Roman world. 169 p. (2004) ISBN: 0892367407 (hardcover) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Budetta, Tommasina. Il giardino: realt e immaginario nell'arte antica = The garden : reality and imaginary in the ancient art. 109, [1] p. (2006) ISBN: 8880902288 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Ciarallo, Annamaria. Gardens of Pompeii. 73 p. : (2001) ISBN: 089236629X Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Cima, Maddalena. Le tranquille dimore degli dei: la residenza imperiale degli oi Lamiani. xiv, 213 p., [2] folded leaves of plates (1986) ISBN: 8876930221 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Clifford, Derek Plint. A history of garden design. 252 p. illus. 26 cm. (1966) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available Required for Course HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Cosgrove, Denis E. Social formation and symbolic landscape. xxxvii, 293 p. (1998) ISBN: 0299155145 (pbk.) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Cosgrove, Denis. The iconography of landscape: essays on the symbolic representation, design, and use of past environments. ix, 318 p. (1988) ISBN: 0521324378 (cloth) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Cosgrove, Denis. Mappings. (1999) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Di Pasquale, Giovanni. Il giardino antico da Babilonia a Roma: scienza, arte e natura. 351 p. (2007) ISBN: 888347385X Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Du Prey, Pierre de la Ruffinire. The villas of Pliny from antiquity to posterity . (1994) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on History of Landscape Architecture. Ancient Roman gardens. 108 p., 96 p. plates : (1981) ISBN: 0884021009 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Robinson CArch 151: Landscapes

Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture. Landscape design and the experience of motion. vi, 327 p. : (2003) ISBN: 0884022935 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture 2002). Sacred gardens and landscapes: ritual and agency. 314 p. (2007) ISBN: 0884023052 (pbk.) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Farrar, Linda. Ancient Roman gardens. xviii, 237 p. : (1998) ISBN: 0750917253 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Gazda , Elaine K. Roman art in the private sphere : new perspectives on the architecture and decor of the domus, villa, and insula. 156 p., [32] p. of plates : (1991) ISBN: 047210196X (alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Giesecke, Annette Lucia. The epic city: urbanism, utopia, and the garden in ancient Greece and Rome. xiv, 204 p. (2007) ISBN: 9780674023741 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Glacken, Clarence J. Traces on the Rhodian shore: nature and culture in Western thought from ancient times to the end of the eighteenth century. xxviii, 763 p. (1976) ISBN: 0520032160 (pbk.) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Grimal, Pierre. Les jardins romains. iv, 518 p., [8] p. of plates : (1984) ISBN: 221301499X : Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Grove, A. T. (Alfred Thomas). The nature of Mediterranean Europe: an ecological history. 384 p. (2001) ISBN: 0300084439 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Guzzo , Pier Giovanni . Oplontis : la villa di Poppea . (2000) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Harris, Dianne Suzette. Sites unseen: landscape and vision. xv, 318 p. (2007) ISBN: 9780822943082 (cloth : alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Hartswick, Kim J. The Gardens of Sallust : a changing landscape. xii, 219 p. : (2004) ISBN: 0292705476 (hardcover : alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Hedreen, Guy Michael. Capturing Troy: the narrative functions of landscape in archaic and early classical Greek art. 297 p., 50 p. of plates (2001) Robinson CArch 151: Landscapes

ISBN: 0472111639 (cloth : acid-free paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available Note to Students: OPEN/Topper/CLA 160 HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Henderson, John. The Roman book of gardening. ix, [1], 152 p. : (2004) ISBN: 0415324491 (alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Hughes, J. Donald. Pan's travail: environmental problems of the ancient Greeks and Romans. xii, 277 p. (1994) ISBN: 0801846552 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Hunt, John Dixon. The Pastoral landscape. 228 p. (1992) ISBN: 0894681818 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Jashemski, Wilhelmina. The gardens of Pompeii : Herculaneum and the villas destroyed by Vesuvius . (1979-93) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Jones, Prudence J. Reading rivers in Roman literature and culture. xiv, 123 p. (2005) ISBN: 0739111086 (alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Kristensen, Thomas Mller. City and nature: changing relations in time and space. 212 p. (1993) ISBN: 8774929437 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Lehmann, Phyllis. Roman wall paintings from Boscoreale in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (1953) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Ling, Roger. Roman Painting. (1991) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) MacDonald, William Lloyd. Hadrian's villa and its legacy. x, 392 p. (1995) ISBN: 0300053819 (alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) MacDougall, Elisabeth Blair. Ancient Roman villa gardens . (1987) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Mattern, Susan P. Rome and the enemy: imperial strategy in the principate. xvii, 259 p. (1999) ISBN: 0520211669 (alk. paper) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Meinig, D. W. (Donald William). The Interpretation of ordinary landscapes: geographical essays. viii, 255 p. (1979) ISBN: 0195025369 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Robinson CArch 151: Landscapes

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Meyboom, P.G. P. The Nile mosaic of Palestrina : early evidence of Egyptian religion in Italy. iii, 409 p.(1995) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- In process by library HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Mielsch, Harald. La villa romana: con una guida archeologica alle ville romane. 207 p. (1999) ISBN: 8809217292 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Mussche, H. F. (Herman F.). Thorikos and the Laurion in archaic and classical times: papers and contributions of the colloquium held in March, 1973, at the State University of Ghent. 207 p., [1] leaf of plates (1975) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Osborne, Robin. Classical landscape with figures : the ancient Greek city and its countryside. 216 p. : (1987) ISBN: 0540011118 : Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Rackham, Oliver. The making of the Cretan landscape. xvii, 237 p. : (1996) ISBN: 0719036461 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Sallares, Robert. The ecology of the ancient Greek world. x, 588 p. ; (1991) ISBN: 0715623397 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Sauer, Carl Ortwin. Land and life: a selection from the writings of Carl Ortwin Sauer. vi, 435 p. port., 2 maps ( 1 fold.) profile. 24 cm. (1963) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Schama, Simon. Landscape and memory. xi, 652 p., [37] p. of plates (some folded) : (1995) ISBN: 0679402551 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Settis, Salvatore. Le pareti ingannevoli: la Villa di Livia e la pittura di giardino. 75, [15] p. of plates (2002) ISBN: 8843599690 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Spirn, Anne Whiston. The language of landscape. viii, 326 p. (1998) ISBN: 0300077459 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Tuan, Yi-fu. Topophilia: a study of environmental perception, attitudes, and values. xiv, 260 p. (1990) ISBN: 0231073941 Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Ucko & Layton. The archaeology and anthropology of landscape : shaping your landscape. 458-482 (1999) Lecture/Class Date: No Lecture Date Specified -- Available HOLLIS Record (view for call number and availability) Wagstaff, J. Malcolm (John Malcolm). Landscape and culture: geographical and archaeological perspectives. 233 p. (1987) Robinson CArch 151: Landscapes

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