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A BANQUET AT THE HOME OF LENTULUS.
  Gallus.  W.A.  Becker.  Scene 9.

THE COST OF HIGH LIVING IN OLD ROME.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, pp. 524,
    527, 535.

AT TRIMALCHIO’S DINNER. (Petronius, Satire 41.)
  Trimalchio’s Dinner. (Translation) Harry Thurston Peck.
  Masterpieces of Latin Literature.  Gordon J. Laing.  P. 389.

THE BILL OF FARE AT A BANQUET AT WHICH CAESAR SERVED.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 533.

ROMAN ROADS

  “Could the entire history of the construction of Roman military
  roads and highways be written, it would include romantic tales of
  hazard and adventure, of sacrifice and suffering, which would lend
  to the subject a dignity and effectiveness somewhat in keeping with
  their value to Rome and to the world.” 
    —­Clara Erskine Clement

MILITARY ROADS.
  Rome of To-day and Yesterday.  John Dennie.  P. 104.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 484.
  Lectures.  John L. Stoddard.  Vol. viii, p. 301.

THE ROMAN AS A ROAD BUILDER.
  The Roman Road Builders’ Message to America.  Archer B. Hulbert.
    Chautauqua.  Vol. xliii, p. 133.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 282.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 341.
  Source Book of Roman History,.  Dana C. Munro.  P. 111.

MEANS OF TRAVEL.
  Gallus.  W.A.  Becker.  Chap. iv.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 280.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 514.

VIA APPIA.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  Pp. 130, 264.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 282.
  Walks in Rome.  Augustus J.C.  Hare.  Pp. 303, 343.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 486.
  Rome of To-day and Yesterday.  John Dennie.  P. 106.

THE ANCIENT STREET-BULLY.
  Society in Rome under the Caesars.  William Ralph Inge.  Chap. iii.

LUXURIES ENJOYED BY THE WEALTHY TRAVELER.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 540.

SOME ROMAN GODS.

  “There are in Rome more gods than citizens.” 
    —­Fustel de Coulanges

POEM.—­To the Gods of the Country.
  Helen Redeemed and Other Poems.  Maurice Hewlett.  P. 193.

THE PAGAN ALTARS.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. i, p. 149.

THE GREATER AND LESSER GODS.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. i, p. 22.
  The Ancient City.  Fustel de Coulanges.  P. 201.
  The Classic Myths in English Literature.  Charles Mills Gayley. 
    Chap. xvi.

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