There is a body of modern fiction set in ancient Rome.
- I, Claudius and its sequel, Claudius the God, by Robert Graves. The classic dramatised account of the life of the emperor Claudius.
- Count Belisarius, also by Graves
- Augustus and Tiberius by Allan Massie.
- The Masters of Rome series by Colleen McCullough.
- A Song for Nero by Tom Holt.
- Household Gods by Judith Tarr and Harry Turtledove
- Caesar's Bicycle by John Barnes
- Mémoires d'Hadrien by Marguerite Yourcenar
- Quo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz
- The Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas
- Agent of Byzantium by Harry Turtledove
- Pompeii by Robert Harris
- Pro Caelio by Stephen Ciraolo
- Eagle in the Snow by Wallace Breem
- Julian by Gore Vidal
- Avventura nel primo secolo by Paolo Monelli
- I Am a Barbarian by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Lest Darkness Fall by L. Sprague de Camp
- A. D. 62: Pompeii by Rebecca East
- The Roman by Mika Waltari
- The Emperor series by Conn Iggulden
- The Door in the Wall, The Key, The Lock by Benita Kane Jaro
- Roman Justice: SPQR: Too Roman To Handle, by Anne Hart
- Last days of Pompeii by E.G.Bulwer-Lytton
- The Roma Sub Rosa series by Steven Saylor, starts with Roman Blood.
- The Marcus Didius Falco series by Lindsey Davis.
- The SPQR series by John Maddox Roberts.
- The Germanicus Mosaic series by Rosemary Rowe - set in Roman Britain.
- The Claudia series by Marilyn Todd
- The Publius Aurelius series by Danila Comastri Montanari
- The Eagle series by Simon Scarrow
- The Marcus Corvinus series by David Wishart
- Leading Comics - in the 1940s, a series called "Nero Fox" (about a funny animal fox named Nero Fox, who was emperor of Rome) was published as a backup series in this comic title.
- Asterix series by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations)
- Quo Vadis - U.S. 1951 director Mervyn LeRoy
- The Robe - U.S. 1953 director Henry Koster
- Demetrius and the Gladiators - U.S. 1954 director Delmer Daves (sequel to The Robe)
- Ben-Hur U.S. 1959
- Spartacus - U.S. 1960 director Stanley Kubrick
- Cleopatra - U.S. 1963 director Joseph L. Mankiewicz
- The Fall of the Roman Empire - U.S. 1964 director Anthony Mann
- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - U.S. 1966 director Richard Lester
- Satyricon - Italy 1970 director Federico Fellini
- Caligula - U.S. 1979 director Tinto Brass
- History of the World Part 1 - U.S. 1981 director Mel Brooks
- Gladiator - U.S. 1999 director Ridley Scott
- Quo Vadis - Polish/U.S. 2001 director Jerzy Kawalerowicz
- Quo Vadis? (TV mini-series 1985) Director Franco Rossi
- Joseph Addison - Cato
- Albert Camus - Caligula
- Henrik Ibsen - Emperor and Galilean
- Ben Jonson - Sejanus, His Fall
- Heinrich von Kleist - Die Hermannsschlacht
- William Shakespeare - Titus Andronicus, Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus
- Stephen Sondheim - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
- I, Claudius
- Mystery Science Theater 3000 (part of season 8)
- Up Pompeii!
- The Roman Holidays
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