Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, Volume 45

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Watching the Skies: Janus, Auspication, and the Shrine in the Roman Forum
Rabun Taylor

Reconsidering the So-called "Sede degli Augustali" at Ostia
Margaret A. Laird

Juvenal's Third Satire: Umbricius' Rome, Vergil's Troy
Gregory A. Staley

The Neronian Odeum at Cosa and Its Sculptural Program: A New Julio-Claudian Dynastic Group
Jacquelyn Collins-Clinton

Like a Virgin: The Meaning of the Magdalen for Female Penitents of Later Medieval Italy
Katherine L. Jansen

The Guglie of Naples: Religious and Political Machinations of the Festival Macchine
Maria Ann Conelli

Rome ca. 1820: An Album of Drawings by Luigi Poletti at the American Academy in Rome
Christina Huemer

The Water-Mills on the Janiculum
Andrew Wilson

A Preliminary Report on New Studies and Excavations at Horace's Villa: The Campaigns of 1997 and 1998
Bernard Frischer, Kathryn Gleason, Stefano Camaiani, Laura Cerri, Irene Lekstuti, and Luca Passalacqua.

The Joint-AAR-DAI Research Project at Ostia: 1998 and 1999 Seasons
Archer Martin and Michael Heinzelmann

A Semi-Cappuccina Tomb in the Garden of the American Academy in Rome
Shawna Leigh

Malcolm Bell, III, is Professor of Art, University of Virginia.

Anthony Corbeill is Associate Professor of Classics, University of Kansas

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Table of Contents

The Campanian Tradition in Archaic Architecture 1
Amicus Medicus: Medicine and Epicurean Therapy in De Rerum Natura 69
The Cultural Horizons of the Plebs Romana 101
Of Streets and Crossroads: The Location of the Carinae 121
The Origin of the Templum Gentis Flaviae: A Hypothesis 153
The Tribunus Voluptatum in the Later Roman Empire 163
Political Publishing and Its Critics in Seventeenth-Century Italy 175
Paul Manship's Heracliscus Fountain at the American Academy in Rome 194
Excavations at Cosa 1995: Atrium Building V and a New Republican Temple 221
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