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The Gardens of Sallust

A Changing Landscape

by Kim J. Hartswick

  • 305 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by University of Texas Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classical Greek & Roman archaeology,
  • Gardens (descriptions, history etc),
  • History of specific subjects,
  • Landscape art & architecture,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • Archaeology,
  • History - General,
  • Landscape,
  • Social Science / Archaeology,
  • Gardens, Roman,
  • History,
  • Horti Sallustiani (Rome, Italy,
  • Horti Sallustiani (Rome, Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Rome

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10293316M
    ISBN 100292705476
    ISBN 109780292705470

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Pleasure gardens, or horti, offered elite citizens of ancient Rome a retreat from the noise and grime of the city, where they could take their leisure and even conduct business amid lovely landscaping, architecture, and of the most important and beautiful of these gardens was the horti Sallustiani, originally developed by the Roman historian Sallust at the end of the Cited by:   This is not a book about Roman horticulture, instead Hartswick approaches the gardens as a work of art, considering the cultural context of the gardens, the changes made to it by a succession of emperors after Sallust's death and the large number of 5/5(3).

One of the most important and beautiful of these gardens was the Horti Sallustiani, originally developed by the Roman historian Sallust at the end of the first century B.C. and later possessed and perfected by a series of Roman by: Sallust's Jugurthine War is a monograph recording the war against Jugurtha in Numidia from c.

BC to BC. Its true value lies The Gardens of Sallust book the introduction of Marius and Sulla to the Roman political scene and the beginning of their rivalry.

Sallust's time as governor of Africa Nova ought to have let the author develop a solid geographical and ethnographical background to the war; however. In ancient Rome, wealthy patrons such as the historian Sallust (86 -c.

35 BCE) established gardens, which "offered elite citizens of ancient Rome Author: Kim Hartswick. Read "The Gardens of Sallust A Changing Landscape" by Kim J. Hartswick available from Rakuten Kobo. Pleasure gardens, or horti, offered elite citizens of ancient Rome a retreat from the noise and grime of the city, where Brand: University of Texas Press.

Pleasure gardens, or horti, offered elite citizens of ancient Rome a retreat from the noise and grime of the city, where they could take their leisure and even conduct business amid lovely landscaping, architecture, and of the most important and beautiful of these gardens was the horti Sallustiani, originally developed by the Roman historian Sallust at the end of the.

One of the most beautiful of pleasure gardens during ancient Rome was the Horti Sallustiani, developed by the Roman historian Sallust at the end of the first century BC. This book presents a comprehensive history of the Gardens of Sallust since Roman times, as well as its influence on generations of scholars, intellectuals, and archaeologists.

Gardens of Sallust. Laid out in the valley between the Pincian and Quirinal Hills by the historian Sallust ( B.C.), these gardens became imperial property, probably during the reign of Tiberius (42 B.C.-A.D.

37). They were much loved by the emperors: Nero, Vespasian, Nerva, Diocletian, and Constantine are reported to have lived here. On his return to Rome he purchased and began laying out in great splendour the famous gardens on the Quirinal known as the Horti Sallustiani or Gardens of Sallust.

These gardens would later belong to the emperors. Sallust then retired from public life and devoted himself to historical literature, and further developing his Gardens of Sallust.

Find hotels near Gardens of Sallust, Italy online. Good availability and great rates. Book online, pay at the hotel. No reservation costs. Pleasure gardens, or horti, offered elite citizens of ancient Rome a retreat from the noise and grime of the city, where they could take their leisure and even conduct business amid lovely landscaping, architecture, and sculpture.

One of the most important and beautiful of these gardens was the horti Sallustiani, originally developed by the Roman historian Sallust at the. Get this from a library. The gardens of Sallust: a changing landscape.

[Kim J Hartswick] -- "Pleasure gardens, or Horti, offered elite citizens of ancient Rome a retreat from the noise and grime of the city, where they could take their leisure and even conduct business amid lovely.

Gardens of Sallust, Rome, Italy. 40 likes were here. The Gardens of Sallust were Roman gardens developed by the Roman historian Sallust in the 1st /5(K). Sallust was an ancient Roman general and governor who sided with Julius Caesar in the Roman Civil Wars.

This Loeb edition is conveniently small and contains the original Latin with an English translation on the opposite page. This book contains the complete works of Sallust, which are/5.

Lee "The Gardens of Sallust A Changing Landscape" por Kim J. Hartswick disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Pleasure gardens, or horti, offered elite citizens of ancient Rome a retreat from the noise and grime of the city, where Brand: University of Texas Press.

Sallust died on the thirteenth of May, in the year of the city seven hundred and eighteen, in the fifty-second year of his age, 45 leaving his grand-nephew, Gains Sallustius Crispus, whom want of children had induced him to adopt, heir to all his possessions.

His gardens, some years after his death, became imperial property. Indeed, several statues, like the Copenhagen Niobids, which have been thought to come from the gardens of Sallust, perhaps do not come from there at all. Furthermore, the Artemis, Iphigenia, and hind group, also in Copenhagen, although certainly from the area of the gardens, likely does not derive from where it is believed to have been by: The White Witch of the South Seas (Gregory Sallust, #11) by Dennis Wheatley.

71 Ratings 3 Reviews published 8 editions. absorbing way. The book is packed with valuable literary citations (all translated and thus useful for students) and noteworthy observations, and will serve as a resource for further work on a major topic.

Yale University DIANA E. KLEINER [email protected] THE GARDENS OF SALLUST HARTSWICK (K. J.) The Gardens of Sallust: a Changing. On his return to Rome he purchased and began laying out in great splendour the famous gardens on the Quirinal known as the Horti Sallustiani or Gardens of Sallust.

These gardens would later belong to the emperors. Sallust then retired from public life and devoted himself to historical literature, and further developing his Gardens of Sallust /5().The gardens were created by the historian C.

Sallustius Crispus, who had become rich during Caesar’s campaigns in Numidia, and enlarged by his adopted son and similarly adopted grandson. The last Sallustius was married to Agrippina, and through him the grounds came into imperial hands in the course of Nero’s empire.

1 It is, foremost Author: Eric Moormann.Sallust, Latin in full Gaius Sallustius Crispus, (born c. 86 bc, Amiternum, Samnium [now San Vittorino, near L’Aquila, Italy]—died 35/34 bc), Roman historian and one of the great Latin literary stylists, noted for his narrative writings dealing with political personalities, corruption, and party rivalry.

Sallust’s family was Sabine and probably belonged to the local aristocracy, but he.