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The Palace of Diocletian at Split A Thesis ----------------- Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School University of Missouri Columbia ----------------- In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Arts ----------------- By Guy Dominic Robson Sanders Kathleen Warner Slane THESIS SUPERVISOR August 1989
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i CONTENTS Page numbers List of figures .................. ii-iv Abbreviations .................. v-vi Chapter 1 Introduction ............... 1-11 Chapter 2 Diocletian's Palace at Split 12-35 Chapter 3 Camps 36-63 Chapter 4 Palaces 64-95 Introduction ............... 64 Antioch .................... 70 Thessalonika ............... 74 Summary .................... 89 Chapter 5 Villas 93-120 Mogorjelo .................. 94 Gamzigrad .................. 97 Maxentius' Villa ........... 106 Piazza Armerina ............ 111 Chapter 6 Conclusions ................. 117-130 Bibliography .......................... 131-142 Figures .......................... End plates
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ii LIST OF PLATES. 1.1 Jacob Spon's view of Split. Bulic, pl. I. 1.2 Hebrard and Zeiller's plan of Split. Hebrard -Zeiller, fig. 1. 1.3 Gerasa. MacDonald, Architecture II , fig 35. 1.4 Philippopolis. Butler, fig. 135. 1.5 Split - sectors of excavation 1968-1974. McNally et al . Drawing 1. 2.1 Modern town of Split showing area of Diocletian's Palace. Marasovic et al . Drawing 15. 2.2 Split - State plan of Diocletian's Palace Late Roman Walls. Marasovic et al . Drawing 28. 2.3 Split - Reconstructed plan of Diocletian's Palace. Marasovic et al . Drawing 28 and GDRS. 2.4 Split - East-West cross sections through mausoleum and temple (above), through gates (below). Niemann fig. 5. 2.5 Split - Isometric drawing of the peristyle and surrouding monuments. Niemann pl. 15. 2.6 Split - Elevation of Mausoleum and section through vestibule. Niemann pl. 7. 2.7 Split - Mosiac floor and walls in N.W. quadrant. Niemann fig. 114-115. 2.8 Split - State plan of mausoleum. Niemann pl. 9. 2.9 Split - Elevation of Vestibule facade and section through mausoleum. Niemann pl. 13. 2.10 Split - Plan of peristyle court east of the mausoleum. McNally et al . Drawing 2. 2.11 Split - Elevation of Vestibule facade. Niemann fig. 56. 2.12 Split - North-south longitudinal sections through mausoleum (above), through vestibule and hall (below). Niemann fig. 136, 137.
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iii 3.1 Traditional legionary fortress according to Polybius. Fabricius, fig. 1. 3.2 Housesteads, Yorkshire. 2nd cent. traditional castrum . Sear fig. 22. 3.3 Lambaesis. M. Janon, "Lambaesis," Antike Welt 8.2 (1977) fig. 1. 3.4 Porchester castle, Hants. Saxon Shore castrum of the late 3rd century. Cunliffe, AJ 52 (1972) pp. 70-83, fig. 1. 3.5 Drobeta. Left: phase 2 = 2/2 3rd. century, right: last phase = late 4th. century. Lander, figs. 155, 274. 3.6 el-Leggun, Syria. Castrum of c. 300 A.C. Brunnow and Domaszewski, pl. XLII. 3.7 Tamara. ° Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land , p.1148. 3.8 Qasr Qarun. Carrie, MEFR 86, fig. 1. 3.9 Palmyra, Camp of Diocletian. Palmyre VIII , map 1. 3.10 Palmyra, Camp of Diocletian. Palmyre VIII , map 2. 3.11 Luxor, Temple of Ammon. I. Kalavrezou Maxeiner, fig. A. 4.1 Rome, Plan of central monuments.± MacDonald, Architecture II , fig. 206. 4.2 Milan. Modern city showing Late Roman monuments. Enciclopedia dell' arte antichita , Vol. V, fig.2.
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