- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Movement and the Linguistic Turn
- 2 Literature and the Spatial Turn
- 3 Measuring Spatial Visibility, Adjacency, Permeability and Degrees of Street Life in Pompeii
- 4 Towards a Multisensory Experience of Movement in the City of Rome*
- 5 The Power of Nuisances on the Roman Street*
- 6 Pes Dexter
- 7 Cart Traffic Flow in Pompeii and Rome
- 8 Where to Park?
- 9 The Spatial Organization of the Movement Economy
- 10 The Street Life of Ancient Rome*
- 11 The City in Motion
- 12 Movement and Fora in Rome (the Late Republic to the First Century CE)*
- 13 Movement, Gaming, and the Use of Space in the Forum
- 14 Construction Traffic in Imperial Rome
- 15 Movement and Urban Development at Two City Gates in Rome
- Rome, Ostia, Pompeii: Movement and Space.
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