I'd be interested too, I never found it available in Rome.
I wanted something dispassionate that showed me the pre-settlement
topography of the city as perhaps the lowest crossing point of the Tiber,
plus an indication of deposit depths for at least some of the seven hills,
and certainly some of the intervening valleys, the sort of thing you could
find for most comparable UK places.
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I’ve been invited to speak at a ‘journée d’étude’ at the French School of
Rome in March and thought I’d stay on a few days to have a look round (I’ve
never been to Rome before). Can anyone recommend some good books to read
before I go?
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