This work has collected more than 350 of the in situ inscriptions in Rome ranging from the 1st century B.C. to now, and has arranged them into fifteen tours that trace the city. Each itinerary has an introduction on the area. The Latin texts have facing English translations. The texts are equipped with linguistic annotation and supplemented with historical and cultural notes which explain who mounted them and why. By Tyler Lansford. Johns Hopkins. 561 pages.