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Acknowledgments Introduction Part I. Topography and History Location and Topography Boundaries The Original Owner: C. Sallustius Crispus Inheritors of Sallust's Gardens Imperial Properties Plantings in Garden Estates The Hortus as Self-Display Post-antique Period The Ludovisi Josef Spithoever The 1880's "Building Fever" and Its Aftermath Part II. The Architecture of the Gardens The Destailleur Plan and Pertinent Ancient Remains The "Vestibule" in the Piazza Sallustio An Obelisk Wall(s) of Niches A Cryptoporticus The So-called Circus of Flora Temples of Venus Part III. Sculptural Finds Artemis, Iphigenia, and a Hind Niobids Gauls The World of Dionysos "Nymphs" and Candelabra The Ludovisi and Boston "Thrones" Ludovisi "Throne": Discovery and Early Theories Boston "Throne": Discovery and Early Reports Use and Reuse Egyptian Sculptures Sculptures Found in 1888 Near the Via Boncompagni Orestes and Electra Addendum: The Templum Gentis Flaviae and the Three Temples of Fortune Afterword Notes Abbreviations of Periodicals and Series Bibliographic Abbreviations Illustration Credits Index