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Liversidge, Joan. Everyday Life in the Roman Empire. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1976. This excellent survey contains information on practically every aspect of life in the era: trades, travel, technology and material culture, religion, and town life in various regions. A section on theaters and amphitheaters explains the history of the games, as well as describing many other entertainments of the time. A map, a chronology of the Roman emperors, a location-list of Roman provinces, and an extensive bibliography add to its usefulness.

Pauli, David N. Review. Library Journal (May 1985): 106. Short and favorable review which points out the coming-of-age aspects of Tishtry's story.

Smith, Gary E. Guide to the Roman Amphitheaters. Azusa, CA: Gary E. Smith, 1984. Probably too specialized to be useful to most young readers, this book is nevertheless an essential source for anyone studying the amphitheaters of the ancient world.

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