Drawing on archaeology, literary and epigraphic evidence, professional and technical literature, and descriptions of cities by travellers and geographers, the author traces the developments of town planning, revealing the importance of the city to political, religious, and social life in the Greek and Roman world.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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About the Author
Date of Birth:1915
Date of Death:1973
Table of Contents
List of illustrations Preface Acknowledgements 1. Intorduction 2. Urban development and the 'old' cities of Greece 3. The origins an development of Greek planning in the Mediterranean 4. Planning in the Classical period 5. Town planning in the Hellenistic world 6. Etruscan and Roman planning in Italy 7. Planning in the Roman Empire 8.The ancient city and the urban infrastructure 9. Epilogue Appendix: Town planning and the law Notes Bibliography Map of osites Index