What follows is intended to be a brief guide, and NOT a full bibliography for Diocletian or Split!

Barnes, T. D. The new empire of Diocletian and Constantine, Cambridge Mass. & London, 1982;

Boethius, A., & Ward-Perkins, J. B., Etruscan & Roman architecture, Harmondsworth 1970;

Constantine Porphyrogennetos, De Administrando Imperii, ed G. Moravcsik, Budapest 1949;

Duval, N., "La place de Split dans l'architecture antique du bas-empire", in Urbs 4, 1961-2 (1965), 67-95;

Dyggve, E., Ravennatum Palatium Sacrum. La basilica ipetrale per ceremonie. Studi sull'architettura dei palazzi della tarda antichita, Copenhagen 1941;

Gibbon, E., The decline and fall of the Roman Empire, ed. & abridged by D. M. Low, London 1960;

Lactantius, De mortibus persecutorum, ed. J. L. Creed, Oxford 1984;

L'Orange, H. P., Art forms and civic life in the late Roman Empire, Princeton 1965;

Marasovic, J., & Marasovic, T., Diocletian palace, Zagreb 1970;

Marasovic, T. et al., Diocletian's Palace: joint excavations in the southeast quarter, part 1, Split 1972;

McNally, S., et al., Diocletian's Palace: joint excavations in the southeast quarter, part 2, Split 1979;

Wiebenson, D., Sources of Greek Revival architecture, London 1969;

Wilkes, J. J., Dalmatia (History of the Roman provinces), London 1969;

Wilkes, J. J., Diocletian's palace, Split, Sanders memorial Lecture, Sheffield 1986.

The Introductory Page; The Colonnaded Streets; Comparisons with Split's Architecture; Diocletian as Builder; The Emperor's Apartments; The Great Hall & Peristyle Complex; The Emperor's Mausoleum; Is Split palace or chateau?; The Temple; The Walls & Gates A short description of the Tetrarchy; The Bibliography; My Biography; The technology I've used; A Short Research Paper.