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CLAS 220: A Roman's Day
compiled by John Porter, University of Saskatchewan
Links and Bibliography for Course Lectures on the Typical Roman Aristocrat's Day.
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Links to Relevant Sites Elsewhere on the WWW
- Dies (The Day) (excerpt from William Smith's A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities)
- Horologium (The Clock) (excerpt from William Smith's A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities)
For a list of journal abbreviations and call numbers, see the
Journals Relating to Classics in the University of Saskatchewan Libraries page.
- Balsdon, J.P.V.D. Life and Leisure in Ancient Rome. London, 1969. (Reprinted: 1974.)
- Braund, D. "Function and Dysfunction: Personal Patronage in Roman Imperialism," in A. Wallace-Hadrill, ed., Patronage in Ancient Society (New York, 1989) 137-152.
- Cloud, D. "The Client-Patron Relationship: Emblem and Reality in Juvenal's First Book," in A. Wallace-Hadrill, ed., Patronage in Ancient Society (New York, 1989) 205-218
- Drummond, A. "Early Roman Clientes," in A. Wallace-Hadrill, ed., Patronage in Ancient Society (New York, 1989) 89-115.
- Garnsey, P., and G. Woolf. "Patronage of the Rural Poor in the Roman World," in A. Wallace-Hadrill, ed., Patronage in Ancient Society (New York, 1989) 153-170.
- Konstan, D. "Patrons and Friends," CP 90 (1995) 328-342.
- George, C.H. Expressions of Time in Ancient Greek. Cambridge and New York, 2014.
- Leunissen, P.M.M. "Conventions of Patronage in Senatorial Careers under the Principate," Chiron 23 (1993) 101-120.
- May, J.M. "Patron and Client, Father and Son in Cicero's Pro Caelio," CJ 90 (1995) 433-441.
- Purcell, N. "Patronage, Non-Literary," in S. Hornblower and A. Spawforth, eds., The Oxford Classical Dictionary (Third Edition; Oxford, 1996) 1126.
- Rich, J. "Patronage and Interstate Relations in the Roman Republic," in A. Wallace-Hadrill, ed., Patronage in Ancient Society (New York, 1989) 117-135.
- Saller, R. "Patronage and Friendship in Early Imperial Rome: Drawing the Distinction," in A. Wallace-Hadrill, ed., Patronage in ancient Society (New York, 1989) 50-062.
- Saller, R.P. Personal Patronage under the Early Empire. Cambridge, 1982.
- Saller, R.P. "Martial on Patronage and Literature," CQ 33 (1983) 246-257.
- Saller, R.P. "Promotion and Patronage in Equestrian Careers," JRS 70 (1980) 44-63.
- Wallace-Hadrill, A., ed. Patronage in Ancient Society. London, 1990.
- White, P. "Aspects of Nonimperial Patronage in the Works of Martial and Statius," HSCP 77 (1977) 258-260.
- White, P. "The Friends of Martial, Statius, and Pliny, and the Dispersal of Patronage," HSCP 79 (1977) 265-300.
- Williams, G. "Did Maecenas 'Fall from Favor'? Augustan Literary Patronage," in K.A. Raaflaub and M. Toher, eds., Between Republic and Empire. Interpretations of Augustus and His Principate (1990) 258-275.
- Woolf, G. "Food, Poverty and Patronage. The Significance of the Epigraphy of the Roman Alimentary Schemes in Early Imperial Italy," PBSR 58 (1990) 197-228.
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