Watchmen of Rome – Sources

Sources for Watchmen of Rome

In addition to numerous websites, the Journal of Roman Studies and a big dollop of inspiration from a wide range of Roman historical fiction authors, below is a list of some of the sources I consulted while researching and writing Watchmen of Rome.

Adkins, L. & Adkins, R. A., (1994) Handbook to Life in Ancient Rome
Alcock. J. P., (2001) Food in Roman Britain
Alcock, J. P., (2010) Life in Ancient Rome
Baillie Reynolds, P. K., (1926) The Vigiles of Imperial Rome
Bowden, H., (2010) Mystery Cults in the Ancient World
Bradley, K. R., (1984) Slaves and Masters in the Roman Empire
Butterworth, A. & Laurence, R. (2005) Pompeii, the Living City
Coulston, J., & Dodge, H., (2000) Ancient Rome: The Archaeology of the Eternal City
Crompton, D., (2010) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Cumont, F., (1912) Astrology and Religion Among the Greeks and Romans
de la Bedoyere, G., (2000) Voices of Imperial Rome
Guhl, E. & Koner, W.. (1994) The Romans: Their Life and Customs
Grubbs, J. E., (2002) Women and the Law in the Roman Empire
Harries, J. (2007) Law and Crime in the Roman World
Kiefer, O., (1934) Sexual Life in Ancient Rome
Knapp, R., (2011) Invisible Romans
Joshel, S. R., (2010) Slavery in the Roman World
Laurence, R., (2008) Traveller’s Guide to the Ancient World
Laurence, R., (2009) Roman Passions
Lefkowritz, M. R. & Fant, M. B., (2005) Women’s life in Greece and Rome
Leon, V., (2007) Orgy Planner Wanted
Lindsay, J., (1961) Ribaldry of Rome
Liversidge, J., (1976) Everyday Life in the Roman Empire
Matyszak, P., (2009) Classical Compendium
McKeown, J. C., (2010) A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities
Nippel, W., (1995) Public Order in Ancient Rome
Orlin, E. M., (2010) Foreign Cults in Rome
Pomeroy, S. B., (1975) Goddesses, Whores, Wives and Slaves
Scarre, C., (1995) The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome
Toner, J., (2009) Popular Culture in Ancient Rome
Veyne, P., (1987) A History of Private Life From Pagan Rome to Byzantium