Table of contents for The Gardens of Sallust : a changing landscape / Kim J. Hartswick.


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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



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Horti Sallustiani (Rome, Italy) History, Gardens, Roman Italy Rome History