The Beginnings of Rome

  title={The Beginnings of Rome},
  author={Christopher Dawson and Alexander Farquharson},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  pages={132 - 147}
PREFATORY NOTE. THIS article is the first of a series on the City of Rome which we hope to publish in the SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW. IN the SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, and also in its forerunner, SOCIOLOGICAL PAPERS, the study of cities has already held an important place. There is probably no other English periodical in which the fundamental theory of the city has been so fully worked out ; and the study of Westminster, which appeared some time ago, is one example, among several, of a more concrete… Expand
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