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The Fortifications of Pompeii and Ancient Italy
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List of Figures List of Color Plates Acknowledgements Introduction 1 Prolegomena to the City Walls of Pompeii The city walls and the urbanization of Pompeii Excavating the fortifications 2 Defense and the Genesis of the Community The fortifications and the city The Orthostat wall The Altstadt as nucleus to Pompeii Walls, gods, politics and the early community 3 A New Enceinte for a New City Reconstructing the Samnite Circuit Achieving an ornamental effect Gates and towers in the first Samnite circuit Upgrading the defenses Emphasizing the transition through the fortifications Reaching new heights: opus incertum and the next phase of construction New elements to old gates The towers 4 Establishing an Image for Samnite Pompeii Calibrating the image of the expanding city Building materials and the image of Pompeii Samnite Pompeii defines its image Fortifications and the urban network The image of the high Samnite city Patronage and display at the walls Naming the fortifications 5 The Fortifications and the Roman Colony The walls of the colony Reconstructing the walls The development of the gates Change and continuity in the towers The changing role of the fortifications 6 The Fortifications and Roman Pompeii Adjusting the civic image The significance of an entertainment district: the fortifications, the amphitheater, and the palaestra Claiming public land Fortifications and the tomb: dialogues in social order City walls in the domestic sphere: reflections of urban and social ideals 7 The Fortifications of Pompeii in their Broader Context Military tactics influences and design The closest parallel to the Pompeian circuit Masonry, fortifications, and the definition of a city Polychrome masonry and city walls Towers and the ornamentation of the city Patronage and the concept of the city 8 Fortifications and Religion The development of Venus Pompeiana Religion, fortifications, and identity outside of Pompeii Patronage, religion and power at the gates Glossary Bibliography Index

About the Author

Ivo van der Graaff is Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of New Hampshire, Durham. He earned his MA in Mediterranean Archaeology from the University of Amsterdam and his PhD in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin, with a focus on Greek and Roman Art and Architecture. Dr. van der Graaff has participated in archaeological research projects in the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, and Italy. He co-directs and collaborates on projects examining the ancient Bay of Naples and Etruria.

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