Table of contents for Hadrian and the cities of the Roman empire / Mary T. Boatwright.


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Counter List of Illustrations and Tables ix
Acknowledgments xi
List ofAbbreviations XV
Chapter 1 Roman Cities and Roman Power: The Roman Empire and Hadrian 3
Chapter 2 The Sources 18
Chapter 3 Changes of City Status and Their Impact on City Life 36
Appendix to Chapter 3: Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae 16.13.1-9 (de Italicensibus) 55
Chapter 4 Changes Affecting Cities' Daily Governance and Economy 57
Chapter 5 Civic Benefactions with Extramural Effects 83
Chapter 6 Engineering and Architectural Donations 108
Chapter 7 Athens, Smyrna, and Italica 144
Appendix to Chapter 7: Other Structures in Athens Associated with Hadrian 167
Chapter 8 City Foundations, New and Renewed 172
Chapter 9 Hadrian's Civic Benefactions and the Roman Empire 204
Bibliography 211
Index 233


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Hadrian, Emperor of Rome, 76-138 Influence, Emperors Rome Biography, Patron and client Rome, Cities and towns Rome Administration, Rome History Empire, 30 B, C, -284 A, D