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LIST OF ROUTE'S.

To facilitate reference, the names are printed in italics in those Routes under which

they are fully described.)

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PAGE | NAPLES-

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140. Rome to Naples, by Vel-

General Topography

85

letri [Cori and Norma],

Historical Topography

87

Ferentino [Alatri, Colle-

Present remains of Ancient

pardo, Veroli, &c.], Ceprano,

City, Temples, Catacombs,

Aquino [Pontecorvo), San

&c.

90

Germano [ Monte Casino),

Population

91

Capua and Caserta (Rail).

Climate.

92

141. Rome to Naples, through the Commerce and Industry 94

Pontine Marshes, Terracina,

Gates

95

Fondi, Formia, and Capua,

Ports

with Excursions to Gaeta

Bridges.

96

and the Ponza Islands

Castles

97

(Road)

24

Principal Streets and Public

142. Terni to Naples, by Rieti,

Places

100

Citta Ducale, Antrodoco,

Water Supply and Fountains 103

Aquila, Popoli, Solmona,

Theatres

105

Isernia, Venafro, and Ca-

Festivals

106

pua: with Excursions to

Churches

Leonessa, Norcia, Amatrice,

Cemeteries.

140

and S. Vittorino; the Cico-

Colleges and Scientific Insti-

lano District, and the Castle

tutions

141

of Petrella ; the Lake of

Hospitals

143

Scanno; Barrea, Alfidend,

Prisons

144

and La Meta (Road)

38

The Museum

144

143, Ancona to Foggia, by Porto

Pompeian Frescos and Mosaics

S. Giorgio [Fermo], San

Gallery of Inscriptions

Benedetto, [Ascoli], Giulia

Egyptian Antiquities

151

Nuova [Teramo and the

Ancient Marble Sculptures

151

Ancient Bronzes

Gran Sasso), Pescara

Cinquecento Objects .

[Chieti and Popoli], Ortona,

Ancient Glass

158

(Lanciano), and S. Severo

Terre-cotte

159

53
Cumæan Collection

159

Gold and Silver Ornaments,
141. Naples to Rome, by S. Ger-

Vases, Cameos, &c.

mano, Sora, Avezzano, the

Reserved Cabinet

Lake of Fucino, Tagliacozzo,

Numismatic Collection

and Tivoli ; with Excur-

Santangelo Collection

Etruscan Vases

162

sions to Arpino; the Lake of

Smaller Bronzes.

la Posta, and Atina (Road). 62 Papyri

Picture Galleries

NAPLES

Libraries and Archives 173

General Information
74 Palaces and Villas.

175

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Plan of Naples
Plans of Museum at Naples
General Map of Environs of Naples
Plan of Pompeii
Section of the Walls at Pompeii
Plan of House of Pansa at Pompeii
Plan of the Ruins of Pæstum
Western Environs of Naples
Map of South Italy and Naples

212

225

295 to face

316 at the end.

ABBREVIATIONS, &c.

N., S., E., W., indicate the points of the compass.
R., or rt., right; 1., left.
Kil., kilometre; m., English mile.
Hr., hour; min., minute.
Fr., franc; C., centime.
Rly., railway; stat., station.
Inhab., inhabitants; cent., century.

The intermediate distances between halting-places on the Roads and Rlys. are usually given in kilometres, as being the standing measure in use in Italy. As 4 kil. =1 league (lieue)=21 Engl. m., it is easy, by dividing by 4, and then multiplying by 23, to reduce kilometres to miles.

Instead of designating a town or village by the vague words “large ” or “small,” the amount of its population, according to the latest census, is stated, as presenting e more exact scale of the importance and size of the place.

Each Route is numbered with Arabic figures, corresponding with those attached to the Route on the Map, which thus serves as an Index to the Book.

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