||Oxford studies in late antiquity
Oxford studies in late antiquity. ^A1154125
||Climbing the Capitoline Hill -- Living and working on the Capitoline Hill -- Christianity, the Capitoline Hill, and the end of Antiquity -- Experiencing and remembering the Capitoline Hill -- Learning from the Capitol's deliverance -- Learning from the Capitol's destruction -- The Capitol and the legends of the saints.
||"Rome's Holy Mountain is the first book to chart the history of the Capitoline Hill in Late Antiquity, from the third to the seventh centuries CE. It investigates both the lived-in and dreamed-of realities of the hill in an era of fundamental political, religious, and social change"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Moralee, Jason, 1973- Rome's holy mountain. New York, NY : Oxford University Press,  9780190492281|