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Our Newest Listing of Books on Ancient and Medieval History (12-5-03)

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    Hi Everyone, Here is our latest list of new and used books for sale on Ancient and Medieval history. As always, all books are sold on a first come first serve
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      Hi Everyone,

      Here is our latest list of new and used books for sale on Ancient
      and Medieval history.

      As always, all books are sold on a first come first serve basis.

      Just email us directly at antiquestnet@... with the name and
      number of the book(s) you would like and we'll reserve them for you
      until payment is received.

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      Highlighted Books:

      1629. Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Greek and Roman Women:
      Notable Women from Sappho to Helena by Marjorie & Benjamin
      Lightman - Recounts more than 400 life stories of the women of
      Ancient Greece and Rome, from pagan Greece in the seventh century BC
      to the rise of Christianity in the fourth century AD and from all
      corners of the Greek and Roman worlds--Britain to Egypt, Syria to
      Mauritania, and elsewhere in between. Soft cover in brand new
      never read condition. 298-pages Lists for $18.95 $13.00

      1630. Arcahic Roman Religion by Georges Dumezil - A two volume
      set. By exhaustive study of texts, inscriptions and sacred places,
      the author traces the formation of archaic Roman religion from Indo-
      European sources through the development of the rites of the Roman
      Republic. A great addition to any serious library on ancient Roman
      history. Combined 715-pages. Soft cover in brand new never read
      condition. Price: $34.00

      1631. Animals in Roman Life and Art by J.M.C. Toynbee - Explores
      animals in Roman iconography, Roman knowledge--both factual and
      fanciful--about various fauna, and Roman use of animals for food,
      clothing, transport, war, entertainment, and companionship. Soft
      cover in brand new never read condition. 431-pages. Price: $14.00

      "1632. Death and Burial in the Roman World by J.M.C. Toynbee -
      First published in 1971. Ranging throughout the Roman world--from
      Rome to Pompeii, from Britain to Jerusalem--it examines funeral
      practices from a wide variety of perspectives. An interesting
      volume with many illustrations. Soft cover in brand new never read
      condition. 336-pages Price: $16.00

      1633. Celtic Initials & Alphabets by Courtney Davis - Scholarly and
      detailed information on the distinctive scripts of the Book of
      Kells, the Book of Durrow, and the Lindisfarne Gospels, together
      with other gospel books, psalters, and non-liturgical manuscripts.
      Soft cover in brand new never read condition with many beautifully
      drawn illustrations. 96-pages Price: $11.00

      1634. The Mummy: Unwrap the Ancient Secrets of the Mummies' Tombs
      by Joyce Tyldesley – An in-depth look at their meaning and their
      discovery through the ages. A large softcover book in slightly worn
      on the cover, but the body of the book is in excellent condition.
      Beautifully illustrated. A bargain. Published in 1999. 192-
      pages. Price: $11.00

      1635. Historical Atlas of the Classical World by John Haywood - A
      beautiful and fascinating volume covering the period between the
      emergence of the Greek civilization to the emergence of Islam. With
      many timelines and color illustrations. Published in 2001. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition. Price: $20.00

      1636. Treasures of Ancient Rome by Peter Clayton - A record of
      Rome's artistic achievement and an informative account of Roman
      history through Imperial remains--from the ruins of the Colosseum &
      other structures to the art and artifacts on display in museums
      worldwide. A beautiful book with many illustrations. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in brand new never read condition. 192-pages
      Price: $13.00

      1637. Pompeii: The Vanished City - This volume is one in a series
      that explores the worlds of the past, using the finds of
      archaeologists and other scientists to bring ancient peoples and
      their cultures vividly to life. The focus of this volume is the
      city experienced through stunning photographs and illustrations,
      plus detailed cutaways, maps and diagrams. Hardcover in brand new
      never read condition. 168-pages Price: $11.00

      1638. Masada by Yigael Yadin - A wonderfully told and beautifully
      illustrated story of this famous historical and archaeological
      site. Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent overall condition.
      Published in 1966. 272-pages. Price: $14.00

      1639. Dress and Decoration of the Middle Ages by Henry Shaw, FSA -
      The essence of medieval civilization from the point of view of a
      scholar who had access to a staggering variety of original source
      material from England and Continental Europe. He approaches his
      study through a series of biographies of the major monarchs of the
      middle ages, discussing the details of court life and how style and
      sensibilities varied from counrtry to country. Hardcover in brand
      new, never read condition. 192-pages. Price: $15.00

      1640. The Renaissance: Maker of Modern Man - A first edition volume
      that looks at the period when men resurrected antiquity and
      blueprinted modernity. Published in 1970, with 402-pages and 450-
      illustrations. Hardcover with beautifully embossed cover. Price:
      $16.00

      1641. Conversation with Mummies by Rosalie David and Rick Archbold -
      Guides us through the extraordinary world of Egyptian mummies and
      the state-of-the-art techniques that reveal so much about ancient
      illnesses, diet, dentistry and magic. A very intimate view of
      everyday life of the ancient Egyptians. Hardcover books with
      dustjacket in brand new never read condition. 191-pages. Price:
      $15.00

      1642. The Qin Terracotta Army: Treasures of Lintong by Zeng Wenli –
      A detailed and illustrated description of one of the most amazing
      archaeological discoveries ever: a complete army of warriors and
      horses fashioned from terra cotta ready to serve the emperor Qin Shi
      Huang. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new, never read
      condition. Published in 1996 96-pages Price: $13.00

      1643. Cleopatra's Palace: In Search of a Legend by Laura Foreman -
      A dramatic look at Cleopatra's world based on ancient accounts and
      modern scholarship. Laura Foreman brings Cleopatra's legendary tale
      to life, from the founding of Alexandria by Alexander the Great, to
      Cleopatra's ascent to the Egyptian throne amid treachery and
      betrayal, to her passionate alliances with Julius Caesar and Mark
      Antony and her doomed battle against Octavian. Hardcover with dust
      jacket in brand new never read condition. Approx. 200-pages.
      Price: $14.00

      1644. What Life was Like on The Banks of the Nile: Egypt 3050-30
      BC - A large and wonderfully illustrated examination of the history
      of ancient Egypt. Hardcover in brand new never read condition.
      Published in 1997. 192-pages. Price: $13.00

      1645. The Colosseum by Peter Quennell – A large well illustrated
      volume detailing the history of one of the world's great monumental
      buildings. Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent condition.
      Published in 1971. 172-pages. Price: $16.00

      1646. Lysistrata by Aristophanes - A modern translation of the
      coimc masterpiece by Douglass Parker. The story revolves around two
      themes of enduring relevance: war and sex. A small softcover book
      in very good overall condition. 128-pages Published in 1964.
      Price: $4.00 (1/2-price S&H)

      1647. The World of Rome by Michael Grant - A brilliant survey of
      the conquests and culture of the Romans from 133 BC to AD 217, an
      era of unparalleled power when Rome made its greatest impact on the
      world. A small softcover book in very good overall condition. 349-
      pages Published in 1964. Price: $4.00 (1/2-price S&H)

      1648. The Mysteries of the Great Pyramids by A. Pochan - A look at
      the baffling enigmas that have puzzled scientists and Egyptologists
      throughout the ages and suggests that above all else, the Great
      Pyramid was a solar astronomical instrument. A small softcover book
      in very good overall condition. 288-pages Published in 1978.
      Price: $4.00 (1/2-price S&H)

      1649. Meditations of Marcus Aurelius translated by George Long - A
      handsome small volume that presents the many thought-provoking
      propositions of one of the greatest figures of classical Rome. A
      small hard cover book in very good overall condition; with dust
      jacket. 61-pages Published in 1957. Price: $6.00 (1/2-price S&H)

      1650. Plato on the Trial and Death of Socrates: Euthyphro, Apology,
      Crito, Phaedo translated with an introduction and prefatory notes by
      Lane Cooper. A classic. A small softcover book in very good
      overall condition. 200-pages Published in 1967. Price: $5.00
      (1/2-price S&H)

      1651. The Crusades by Zoe Oldenbourg - "A dazzling and enormously
      readable narrative history that recreates a mighty epoch in all its
      mysticism and savagery, its bloodshed, chavalry and folly…" A
      paperback in good overall condition, though showing signs of its
      age . Published in 1967 757-pages. Price: $10.00

      1652. Medieval Warfare Sourcebook: Warfare in Western Christendom
      by David Nicolle - Divides its coverage of warfare between the fifth
      and fourteenth centuries into those seen in internal European and
      those campaigns waged by European nations beyond their boundaries
      and wars in other continents. Complete with extensive glossary,
      maps and charts. A must half resource for the serious student of
      medieval society. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new never read
      condition. Published in 1998. 320-pages. Lists for $45.00. Our
      Price: $23.00

      1653. Medieval Warfare Sourcebook: Christian Europe and its
      Neighbors by David Nicolle – A highly illustrated and detailed
      examination of the campaigns, weapons, warriors and commanders of
      medieval warfare. Complete with extensive glossary, maps and
      charts. A must half resource for the serious student of medieval
      society. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new never read
      condition. Published in 1998. 320-pages. Lists for $45.00. Our
      Price: $23.00

      Choice Remainders:

      1401. Bloody Mary by Carolyn Erickson - Presents a brilliant
      portrait of Mary Tudor - daughter of Henry VIII and Katherine of
      Aragon, and England's most hated queen. But it is much more than
      that. Because Mary's story is that of England during one of its most
      turbulent periods. Hardcover with dustjacket in excellent overall
      condition. Publlished in 1978. 529-pages Price: $12.00

      1403. History of Mankind Volume II: The Ancient World 1200 BC to AD
      500 by Luigi Paretti - This large volume describes the cultural and
      scientific progress of mankind at a key period of history: the
      millenium and a half which witnessed the formation of the great
      classical civilization of the West and the emergence of the Indian
      and Chinese civilizations in the East. Hardcover book in excellent
      condition, though the dustjacket is torn is several places. With
      numerous photos and illustrations. A book nbot easy to find!
      Published in 1965 1,048 pages Price: $17.00

      1406. Maya Script by Maria Longhena - This fascinating handbook
      unlocks the secrets of the symbolic written characters of the
      ancient Maya of Mexico, providing a vivid portrait of their gods,
      people and everyday life. Presents about 200 Maya glyphs or
      symbolic figures taken from carved stone reliefs, ceremonial
      artefacts and rare Maya codices. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand
      new, never read condition. 180-pages. Lists for $35.00 Our Price:
      $17.00

      1413. The Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics: An Introduction to
      the Gnostic Coptic Manuscripts Discovered at Chenoboskion. An
      introduction to the recently discovered ancient manuscripts that
      rival the Dead Sea Scrolls in importance. The discovery and rescue
      of a collection of sacred texts found in an Egyptian village after
      being hidden for 16 centuries, explains the texts in their
      historical and philosophical context, and appraises their importance
      to the world at large. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new never
      read condition. 445-pages. Price: $18.00

      1414. A History of Private Life: Revelations of the Medieval World
      by Georges Duby - Private life has always been a matter of public
      conjecture. This book brings it intelligently into the web of
      social history and is a model for historians and readers alike.
      Chapters include: The Aristocratic Households of Feudal France,
      Civilizing the Fortress and Toward Intimacy. Softcover volume in
      excellent overall condition, with many illustrations. Published in
      1988. 650-pages Price: $16.00

      1416. Egypt to the End of the Old Kingdom by Cyril Aldred – A
      telling of the turbulent story of Egypt until the Pyramid Age.
      Published in 1965. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good
      condition. With numerous photos. 143-pages. Price: $14.00

      1417. The Greek Commonwealth by Alfred Zimmern - Gives a vivid
      account of Athens during its Golden Age - the times of Aeschylus,
      Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes, of Pericles and Thucydides,
      of Socrates and Protagoras. It was a time too in which art and
      architecture reached unsurpassed heights: the time of the Parthenon
      and Acropolis. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition.
      487-pages. Price: $13.00

      1418. The Ancient Engineers by L. Sprague De Camp - escribes the
      methods used by early irrigators, architects, and military engineers
      to build and maintain structures to serve their rulers' wants.
      Includes how the Pharoahs erected the obelisks, how Nebuchadnezzar
      fortified Babylon and how Dionysios' ordnance department invented
      the catapault. Hardcover with dustjacket in excellent condition.
      Price: $15.00

      1421. The Ancient Mediterranean by Michael Grant – A classic look
      at the historic foundations of ancient Rome and Greece. Published
      in 1969. Hardcover in excellent overall condition. 374-pages.
      Price: $16.00

      1422. News and Rumor in Renaissance Europe - A compendium of first
      hand accounts of important and unusual events from all over the
      Renaissance world, from the agents of the Fuggers of Augsburg, the
      great German banking famil;y. A fascinating read. A small
      softcover book, with pages yellowing from age, but in otherwise very
      good condition. Published in 1959. 253-pages Price: $9.00

      1426. The Making of the Middle Ages by R. W. Southern - An
      absorbing study of the main personalities and the influences that
      molded the history of Western Europe from the late 10th to the early
      13th centuries - the formative period of modern Western
      civilization. Softcover in very good overall condition. Published
      in 1992. 280-pages Price: $11.00

      1429. Everyday Life in Egypt in the Days of Rameses the Great by
      Pierre Montet - Focuses on the era of the great builders of Karnak
      and Luxor, the Ramesside kings (ca. 1314-1090 BC) and surveys both
      upper and lower Egypt to give a comprehensive picture of Pharaonic
      society. Softcover in very good overall condition with some minor
      pencil markings. Published in 1981. 365-pages. Price: $12.00

      1430. The Makers of Rome by Plutarch - Fascinating both as an
      introduction to and as an in-depth portrait of the founders of the
      Roman Empire. Hardcover with dustjacket in excellent condition.
      Published in 1985. 364-pages. Price: $12.00

      1431. Men and Milestones of the Middle Ages by P. Gordon B.
      Stillman - A look at some of the major figures of the age and their
      role in the development of the culture of the times. Published in
      1970, 211-pages. Soft cover in excellent condition. Price: $13.00

      1432. The History of Scotland by Peter and Fiona Somerset Fry -
      This book is an account of the deeds of men and women, great heroes
      and humble folk alike, who have made a small country assume an
      importance far greater than its size and population would ordinarily
      merit. Hardcover with dustjacket, in brand new never read
      condition. Published in 1995. 248-pages. Price: $13.00

      1434. On Man in the Universe by Aristotle - A hadsome collection of
      writings by the great Greek philosopher including Metaphysics, Parts
      of Animals, Ethics, Politics and Poetics. Harcover in excellent
      overall condition. Published in 1971. 441-Pages Price: $12.00

      1435. A Mediterranean Society: The Jewish Communities of the World
      as Portrayed in the Documents of the Cairo Geniza by S.D. Goitein.
      A little-known but fairly representative section of the medieval
      world is portrayed with the aid of a unique historical source, the
      documents of the Cairo Geniza. Here, middle class people of the 10th-
      13th centuries left their letters, court records, contracts,
      accounts, and other writings. 3,095 pages in six volumes. Soft
      cover in brand new never read condition. Price: $80.00 ($6.00
      shipping and handling for the set.)

      1440. Gladiatrix: The True Story of History's Unknown Woman by Amy
      Zoll - As seen on the Discovery Channel. It was discovered in
      London, 1996 - the burial ground of a first-century Roman gladiator.
      Even more amazing, the remains were that of a female. The finding
      not only made history, but changed it, giving a new understanding of
      the role of women in Roman society and the spectacle of the blood
      sport. A fascinating celebration of ancient sisters-in-arms and a
      revealing look at a never-before-told chapter in history, Gladiatrix
      also explores the legend of the Amazons and the true story of
      Boudica, the real warrior queen who almost brought Rome to its
      knees. Soft cover in brand new never read condition. Published in
      2002 261-pages Price: $10.00

      1451. Mediterranean Heritage by David Scott Fox - Explore the
      Mediterranean origins of English culture. A wide-ranging and
      perceptive book tracing these often concealed links with the common
      heritage of the western world. Hardcover in excellent overall
      condition. Published in 1978 179-pages. Price: $15.00

      1453. Life in Ancient Rome by FR Cowell - In this well-written and
      well-researched social history F.R. Cowell succeeds in making Life
      in Ancient Rome alive and dynamic. The combination of acute
      historical detail and supplementary illustrations makes this book
      perfectly suited for the student preparing to explore the classics,
      as well as the tourist preparing to explore twentieth-century Rome.
      Lucid and engaging, Life In Ancient Rome is for anyone seeking
      familiarity with the greatness that was Rome. Soft cover in brand
      new never read condition. 208-pages Price: $10.00

      1456. Sons of the Gods, Children of Earth: Ideology and Literary
      Form in Ancient Greece – The author applies the insights of Marxist
      theory to a number of central Greek literary and philosophical
      texts. Very interesting read. Softcover in virtually brand new
      never read condition. Published in 1992. 412-pages. Price: $13.00

      1460. The World of the Past by Jacquetta Hawkes - A two-volume set
      of soft cover books that examine the history and purpose of
      archaeology and some of the greatest archaeological discoveries
      along with their discoverers. Covers prehistory, the fertile
      crescent, Babylon, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Asia, Northern Europe and
      the Western Hemisphere. With many diagrams, photos and maps. Soft
      cover in excellent overall condition, though the pages have yellowed
      a bit. Published in 1961. 1,300+pages Price: $20.00 ($4.00
      shipping and handling for this item)

      1462. The Aztec Treasure House by Evan S. Connell - A collection of
      essays covering everything from anthropology, archaeology, astronomy
      and linguistics to stories of the Anasazi, great explorers,
      eccentrics, dreamers, cranks and geniuses. Hardcover with
      dustjacket in brand new, never read condition. 470-pages Lists
      for $28.00 Our Price: $14.00

      1463. Ancient Goddesses: edited y Lucy Goodisopn and Christine
      Morris - After a discussion of the proliferation of Goddess
      mythologies, historians and archaeologists examine a number of
      significant early civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean for
      evidence of a Mother Goddess at the dawn of civilization. Hardcover
      with dustjacket in brand new, never read condition. 224-pages
      Lists for $22.95 Our Price: $15.00

      1468. The Phoenicians: The Purple Empire of the Ancient World by
      Gerhard Herm - The full story of this mysterious Mediterranean
      culture whose people roamed and traded with and colonized the world
      for a thousand years BC. Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent
      overall condition. Published in 1975. 288-pages. Price: $14.00

      1469. The Home of the Heroes: The Aegean Before the Greks by
      Sinclair Hood - Examines the civilization of the Aegean Sea before
      the arival of the Greeks, including those settlers who arrived
      during the neolithic period from Anatolia, Syria, and North Africa.
      Soft cover in good condition with many illustrations, though one of
      the front pages is detached. A former library book. Published in
      1967. 144-pages. Price: $10.00

      1474. Archeology in the Holy Land by Kathleen M. Kenyon - A
      fascinating account of the cultural history of prehistoric and Old
      Testament Palestine by one of the most acclaimed archaeologists of
      all time. Softcover in very good overall condition, with a few
      markings. and dogear pages. Published in 1960. 326-pages. Price:
      $12.00

      1478. A History of the Middle Ages by Joseph Dahmus - A highly
      readable account of the decline of the Roman Empire, the triumph and
      ascendancy of Christianity, the turmoil of Western Europe besieged
      by barbarians and Moslems, the emergence of new nations, the
      founding of guilds, cities and universities... Hardcover with dust
      jacket in brand new, never read condition. Published in 1995. 408-
      pages. Lists for $29.98 Price: $16.00

      1479. In the Wake of the Plague: The Black Death & The World it
      Made by Norman F. Cantor - Gives a wonderful wide perspective of a
      biomedical issues and history - and also provides some fascinating
      detailed studies of the way in which the 1348 plague outbreak
      affected politics and society. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand
      new never read condition. 245-pages. Orig. lists for $25.00 Our
      Price: $14.00

      1483. The Greek View of Life by G. Lowes Dickinson - A general
      introduction to Greek literature and thought for those, primarily
      who do not know Greek… a wonderful ninsight into Greek thought and
      Greek ideals. Soft cover in excellent overall condition. Published
      in 1966. 261-pages Price: $10.00

      1484. The Pursuit of nthe Millennium: Revolutionary Millenarians
      and Mystical Anarchists of the Middle Ages by Norman Cohn - This
      book tells the fascinating story of revolutionary and anarchic sects
      and movements in medieval Europe. It shows how the desire of the
      poor to improve the material condition of their lives became
      transfused between the 12th and 16th centuries with prophecies of a
      prodigious final struggle between the hosts of Christ and
      Antichrist - from which another paradise or Kingdom of the Saints
      was to emerge. Soft cover in excellent overall condition.
      Published in 1970 412-pages Price: $11.00

      1485. The International Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Numismatics by
      R. Scott Carlton - More than 7,000 entries provide a complete source
      of information on coins, notes, tokens and medals, significant
      terms, and almost every possible numismatic topic. Includes a
      number of beautiful photos and illustrations. Hardcover in brand
      new never read condition. Published in 1996. 444-pages Lists for
      $39.95 Price: $16.00

      1496. The Art of the Ancient Near East by Seton Lloyd - The author
      has gathered the known facts on the arts of the ancient Near East
      and presents them in an interwoven sequence that puts them into
      proper artistic perspective. The book is particularly rich in both
      black-and-white and color illustrations. Soft cover in excellent
      overall condition. Published in 1963. 302-pages. Price: $13.00

      1497. Periods in Highland History by I.F. Grant and Hugh Cheape - A
      structured history covering seven, clearly distinguishable periods
      of the Highlands and Islands, charting continuity and change from
      pre-Christian times to the present day. A stimulating summary of
      the cultural patterns of Gaelic Highlands of the centuries. Soft
      cover in brand new never read condition. 306-pages Price: $13.00

      1501. The Archaeology of Mainland Southeast Asia by Charles Higham -
      A balanced and authoritative view of the prehistory of the mainland
      of Southeast Asia, presented by the author aho is regarded as one of
      the most experienced archaeologists working in the region.
      Softcover in excellent overall condition. Published in 1991.
      381-pages Price: $12.00

      1503. Man, God and Magic by J. Maxwell Brownjohn - A scholarly work
      that examines the development of man's appreciation of the concepts
      of god and magic through the ages. A detailed review for the
      dedicated student, with many photos. Hardcover in excellent overall
      condition. Published in 1961. 334-pages Price: $16.00

      1508. Rome under the Emperors by Ellis Dillon - What was it like to
      be Roman? In this fascinating re-creation of that life, the author
      shows us Rome through the eyes of four very dissimilar boys.
      Glimpses into the daily routines of the boys and their families
      gives a richly varied, marvelously detailed picture of Imperial
      Rome. Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent overall condition.
      Published in 1975. 186-pages Price: $10.00

      1509. The Emergence of Rome As Ruler of the Western World by
      Chester G. Starr, Jr. - A small collection of scholarly essays on
      the development of this city-state into one of the greatest empires
      known to man. Soft cover in very good overall condition. However,
      there is a small amount of spotting on the page-edges. Published in
      1956 122-pages Price: $13.00

      1510. The Handbook of British Archaeology by Lesley Adkins and Roy
      A Adkins - A great and very detailed reference wotk covering the
      broad topic of British archaeology. Softcover in very good overall
      condition. Published in 1998. 319-pages. Price: $14.00

      1513. Crete & Pre-Hellenic Myths and Legends by Donald A.
      Mackenzie - This book unravels the mystery of the Heroic Age, using
      the evidence varying from Homer's Odyssey to the 20th century
      excavation of the Palace of Knossos. Soft cover in brand new never
      read condition. 361-pages. Price: $13.00

      1515. Arthurian Legends edited by Mike Ashley - Brings together many
      of the traditional stories about King Arthur, along with several new
      interpretations of the legend, to provide a complete picture of his
      birth, adventures, romance and fate. It traces his exploits to gain
      the sword Excalibur, the conflict with his half-sister Morgan, the
      birth of his son Mordred and the shadowy influence and fate of
      Merlin. Hardcover in brand new, never read condition. 566-pages.
      Price: $18.00

      1517. Ancient Egypt: Its Culture and History by J.E. Manchip White -
      We see how culture sprang up and how it produced the astonishing
      figure of the half-god, half-man, living, loving, yet mortal
      pharoah. Soft cover in very good overall condition. Published in
      1970. 217-pages. Price: $12.00

      1530. The History of Prostitution by George Ryley Scott - First
      published in 1968, a candid and engrossing account of the "oldest
      profession" examines the private and working lives of prostitutes
      from the backstreets of ancient Rome to the very different
      circumstances of more recent times. Soft cover in brand new never
      read condition. 187-pages Price: $11.00

      1535. Freedom in the Ancient World by Herbert J. Muller - A history
      of western civilization from prehistoric times through the age of
      Rome and Byzantium, with special emphasis on man's experiences with
      freedom. Hadcover with dust jacket in excellent overall condition.
      Published in 1961 360-pages Price: $15.00

      1537. Britain Before the Conquest: The Coming of Rome by John
      Wacher - Looks at the basic features of Roman Britain, the cities
      and towns, the monuments of an urban culture, and considers the
      evidence, mainly from inscriptions of the people who worked in, or
      lived in, or visited Briatin during the first two centuries of Roman
      rule. Hardcover with dustjacket in excellent condition. Published
      in 1979 193-pages. Price: $14.00

      1541. The Secret of the Hittites: The Discovery of an Ancient Empire
      by C.W. Ceram – Chronicles one of the most arresting chapters in the
      story of archaeology. Hardcover in very good overall condition.
      Published in 1958. 281- pages. Price: $15.00

      1550. Byzantium: The Bridge from Antiquity to the Middle Ages by
      Michael Angold - Presents a clear, concise and authoritative history
      to the successor to Roman imperial power--the Byzantine Empire.
      Charts the development and characteristics of Byzantine art and
      society. Hardcover in brand new never read condition. 186-pages.
      Price: $16.00

      1555. Egyptian Decorative Art by W.M. Flinders Petrie – A classic
      examination of the historical development of Egyptian Decorative
      arts by one of the greatest classicists o all time. A Small
      softcover book, in brand new never read condition, with over 200
      carefully drawn illustrations. Published in 1999. 128-pages. Price:
      $7.00

      1556. The Twelve Caesars by Michael Grant – A classic in the study
      of ancient Rome and the personalities the twelve emperors. A great
      read. Hardcover with dustjacket in excellent overall condition.
      Published in 1975. 282-pages. Price: $13.00

      1557. King Arthur's Place in Prehistory: The Great Age of
      Stonehenge by W.A. Cummins - Traces the legend of the great king to
      the Bronze Age prototype which may be linked with the Wessex culture
      and Stonehenge in particular. Hardcover with dust jacket in
      virtually brand new never read condition. Published in 1992. 195-
      pages Lists for $21.95 Our Price: $13.00

      1558. Art and Society in Roman Britain by Jennifer Laing - Provides
      a readable and highly illustrated outline of art and its role in
      society in Roman Briatin. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new,
      never read condition. Published in 1997. 188-pages. Lists for
      $29.98 Price: $16.00

      1560. The Medieval World: Europe 1100-1350 by Friedrich Heer - A
      tour de force of scholarship and originality recreates the medieval
      world: the daily life of aristocrats and peasants, town-dwellers and
      countryfolf; the growth of serfdom and the flowering of chivalry;
      the roles of the cleric and courtier, painter and poet, king and
      philosopher. Softcover in brand new never read condition. 365-
      pages. Price: $15.00

      1561. The Ancient Maya by Robert J. Sharer - A very detailed,
      scholarly work. Covers this ancient culture from its shadowy
      beginnings centuries before Christ; the history of the Maya is
      traced through its periods of cultural growth, mysterious decline,
      renewed prosperity and eventual downfall following the Spanish
      Conquest. With detailed illustrations of sites, drawings and
      carvings. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new, never read
      condition. 891-pages. Lists for $95.00 Our Price: $40.00

      1562. Dungeon, Fire and Sword: The knights Templar In the Crusades
      by John J. Robinsion - From the first crusade and the birth of the
      temple to war in the holy land, a detailed look at their development
      and the role they played in history. Hardcover in brand new, never
      read condition. Published in 1999. 494-pages. Price: $19.00

      1563. Greek Realities: Life and Thought in Ancient Greece by Finley
      Hooper - An account of Grek Life and thought, emphasizing social and
      economic realities. It state's that there was no single Greek way,
      but many. Soft cover in very good overall condition. Published in
      1967. 463-pages Price: $12.00

      1564. Selections from Greek and Roman Historians edited by C.A.
      Robinson, Jr. - Covers the greatest ancient historians and their
      most notable writings, from Herodotus to Thucydides and Xenophon and
      Livy to Suetonius to Tacitus. Soft cover in good overall
      condition. Published in 1964. 340-pages Price: $9.00

      1565. Prehistoric Crete by R. W. Hutchinson - Gives an account of
      the Minoans including their origins, their social organization,
      trade, merchant navy, religion and art. A small soft cover book in
      generally very good overall condition. With photos. Published in
      1963. 373-pages Price: $9.00

      1566. The Birth of Christianity: Reality and Myth by Joel
      Carmichael – A controversial examination, based on historical
      evidence, of the roots and organization of this ancient religion.
      Hardcover in brand new, never read condition. Published in 1992.
      228-pages. Price: $13.00

      1569. Romance & Legend of Chivalry by A.R. Hope Moncrieff - A lucid
      and engaging survey of the romantic legends of medieval Europe, this
      book will appeal to everyone with an interest in the great age of
      chivalry and human romance. Softcover in brand new never read
      condition. 439-pages. Price: $12.00

      1570. The Gallican Saint's Life and the Late Roman Dramatic
      Tradition by E. Catherine Dunn - In this study of the medivela drama
      in its pre-Carolingian background, the author offers a new account
      of the historical conditions under which a religious theatrical
      tradition operated in early medieval Gaul and Spain. Hardcover with
      dust jacket in excellent overall condition. For the serious
      reader. Published in 1989. 164-pages Price: $15.00

      1576. Noah's Flood: The New Scientific Discoveries About the Event
      That Changed History by William Ryan and Walter Pitman - Examines a
      complex, but thoroughly plausible solution to this intriguing
      mystery in a narrative of surprisingly dramatic intensity. Soft
      cover in brand new never read coondition. 319-pages Price: $10.00

      1578. A Concise History of Warfare by Lord Montgomery - A classic
      on the history of warfare-from the very earliest times through
      ancient Greece and Rome and up to the 20th century, it is a study of
      tactics of war and the great importance of the human factor in war.
      Soft cover in brand new never read condition. With many photos and
      maps. 368-pages. Price: $12.00

      1579. History of England by George Macaulay Trevelyan - A classic
      in the study of English history and a wonderful addition to any
      collection of English or European history. It begins with the
      earliest inhabitants and invaders and then continues through the the
      arrival of the Romans and Julius Caesar and every other group that
      played a role in the development of the English culture. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in excellent overall condition and includes a
      number of fold-out maps. Published in 1948. 756-pages. Price:
      $18.00

      1580. From the Silent Earth: A Report on the Greek Bronze Age by
      Joseph Alsop - A vivid narative of one of the earliest chapters in
      the history of Western man, lost to human knowledge for millennia.
      This is the story of the great and wealthy kingdoms that flourished
      on the Greek mainland and the island of Crete, only to fall with
      catastrophic swiftness. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good
      overall condition. Noted as a first edition, published in 1964.
      296-pages Price: $13.00

      1581. The Classical Greeks by Michael Grant – A look at the Golden
      Age of Greek civilization from the first wars against Persia and
      Carthage to Alexander's succession. Hardcover with dustjacket in
      excellent overall condition. Published in 1989. 337-pages. Price:
      $14.00

      1582. Who Were the Celts?: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About
      the Celts 1000 BC to the Present by Kevin Duffy. With particular
      emphasis on early Celtic culture. Hardcover with dust jacket in
      brand new, never read condition. Published in 1999. 250-pages
      Price: $14.00

      1583. The Encyclopedia of Celtic Wisdom by Caitlin and John
      Matthews - This superb sourcebook offers all who are bfollowing the
      way of the Celtic tradition a unique opportunity to draw upon a
      deep, and up to now unavailable, well of ancestral knowledge. This
      volume contains many new translations of seminal Celtic texts,
      including stories, poems and prose pieces, many dating back to the
      7th century. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new never read
      condition 456-pages Lists for $39.95 Our Price: $18.00

      1590. Pharoahs by Aude Gros de Beler - A large beautiful coffe table
      book full of magnificent photos that bring back the beauty and
      majesty of ancient Egypt. The book covers much more than just the
      Pharoahs themselves, it includes sections on the role of the Nile
      River, the society and people, the temples the tombs, etc...
      Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new never read condition. 128-
      pages Lists for: $45.00 Price: $18.00

      1591. Historical Sites in Israel by Moshe Pearlman and Yaacov
      Yannai - Presents the historical background to the most important
      places of antiquity. A large, coffee-table size hardcover volume,
      in good condition, (though the dustjacket has several small tears)
      with numerous color and B/W photos. In excellent overall
      condition. A great book for any student of ancient Israel
      Published in 1965. 286-pages. Price: $14.00

      1592. Masterpieces of the J. Paul Getty Museum - From 3rd millenium
      BC marble statuettes to gem encrusted gold jewelry of the fourth and
      fifth centuries AD, the collection of antiquities in the museum
      testifies to the extraordinary skill and artistic achievements of
      sculpturs, potters, painters, metalsmiths and other artisans of the
      ancient mediterranean world. A beautiful addition to the collection
      of anyone that truly appreciates the beauty of the ancient world.
      Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new never read condition. 127-
      pages Price: $14.00

      1593. Lost Kingdoms of the Maya by Gene S. Stuart and George E.
      Stuart - A large and beautifully illustrated look at the temples,
      palaces and tombs as well as the homes of ordinary people of the
      ancient Maya. Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent overall
      condition. Published in 1993. 248-pages Price: $14.00

      1595. My First Book of Questions and Answers: Medieval Times - A
      wonderful way to share your interests with your favorite child.
      Uses a question and answer fomat to address many of the key themes
      of the medieval world. Covers the Vikings, Crusades, Normans,
      Charlemagne, etc... With many color illustrations. Hardcover in
      brand new never read condition. Price: $10.00

      1596. Egypt's Golden Age: The Art of Living in the New Kingdom 1558-
      1085 BC - Presents a comprehensive view of what life was like in
      Egypt during the last half of the second millenium BC. It includes
      some of the most beautiful and fanciful objects, probably reserved
      for the wealthy, as well as basic utilitarian items used by all and
      hardly different from those of today. Published in 1981 68-
      pages Price: $12.00

      1597. National Portrait Gallery History of the Kings and Queens of
      England by David Williamson - Starting with Celtic Britain before
      the Roman Invasion, the author takes the reader through the
      establishment of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, the coming of
      Christianity and the unification of England, to the Norman conquest
      of 1066. A fresh and fascinating study of the English kings and
      queens that will appeal to everyone. Hardcover with dust jacket in
      brand new never read condition. 128-pages Price: $13.00

      1598. Dress and Decoration of the Middle Ages by Henry Shaw, FSA -
      The essence of medieval civilization from the point of view of a
      scholar who had access to a staggering variety of original source
      material from England and Continental Europe. He approaches his
      study through a series of biographies of the major monarchs of the
      middle ages, discussing the details of court life and how style and
      sensibilities varied from counrtry to country. Hardcover in brand
      new, never read condition. 192-pages. Price: $18.00

      1599. In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great by Michael Wood -
      Using the ancient historians as his guide, the author retraces
      Alexander's amazing journey from Greece to India. On the way he
      experiences first hand what the Greeks went through, and uncovers
      exciting new insights into Alexander's achievem,ent. Well written
      and illustrated. Soft cover in brand new never read condition.
      256-pages Price: $11.00

      1601. 'O Horrable Murder: The Trial, Execution and Burial of King
      Charles I by Robert B. Partridge - Regardless of the rights and
      wrongs of Charles' actions before and during the English Civil War,
      the events of his last days show him to be a man who believed
      absolutely in his right to rule and his ability to defend the laws
      and liberties of his people by his actions. They show a man who was
      to meet his fate with a dignity and bravery which impressed friend
      and foe alike. Soft cover in brand new never read condition. 180-
      pages Price: $13.00

      1602. The Crusades: Iron Men and Saints by Harold Lamb - Published
      in 1930, the is a classic in the study of one of the most violent
      times in history. A fascinating read. Hardcover in excellent
      overall condition. 368-pages. Price: $17.00

      1603. The Makers of Classical Archaeology: A Reference Work by
      Linda M. Medwid - A guide to the most prominent figures in the field
      of archaeology. Very detailed and an excellent addition for the
      scholars library. Hardcover in brand new never read condition. 352-
      pages Price: $14.00

      1604. Cleopatra: The Story of a Queen by Emil Ludwig - The
      wonderfully told story of the famous queen and her conquests. A
      great read. Hardcover in very good overall condition. Published in
      1937. 342-pages. Price: $13.00

      1605. Guatemala in the Spanish Colonial Period by Oakah L. Jones,
      Jr. - This comprehensive narrative history of Guatemala, the
      cultural and political heart of colonial Central America, focuses on
      the three centuries from the arrival of the conquistador Pedro de
      Alvarado in 1524 to the modern nation's declaration of independence
      in 1821. Distinguished historian Oakah L. Jones, Jr., examines both
      chronologically and topically the geography and the indigenous
      people of the region; Spain's conquest and initial colonization from
      1524 to about 1540; government and administration under the
      Habsburgs and the Bourbons; the Roman Catholic Church; Spanish-
      Indian relations and labor practices; land, towns, and the economy;
      the colonial society and culture; and the effects of such natural
      disasters as earthquakes and of Spain's defenses of the colony and
      Kingdom of Guatemala. Hardcover in brand new never read condition.
      318-pages Price: $14.00

      1606. The Power of Gold: The History of an Obsession by Peter L.
      Bernstein - Tells the story of history's most coveted, celebrated
      and inglorious asset: from the ancient fascinations of Moses and
      Midas through its modern convulsions. Hardcover with dustjacket
      in brand new never read condition. 432-pages Original price:
      $27.95 Our Price: $14.00

      1607. The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Wisdom by Caitlin and John
      Matthews - This cauldron of ancient lore contains new translations
      of seminal Celtic texts, including stories, poems, and prose dating
      as far back as the 7th century. Highlighting ancestral knowledge on
      shamanic memory, druidic divination and prophecy, shapeshifting,
      soul-loss and restoration, and magic and healing, Celtic scholars
      Caitl¡n and John Matthews unearth ancient wisdom and spiritual
      sustenance from the Celtic tradition buried from us for
      generations. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand new never read
      condition. Published in 1996 456-pages Lists for $39.95 Our
      Price: $15.00

      1608. A History of England by Frederick George Marcham - A
      comprehensive treatment of the history of England and includes a
      number of interesting maps, both black and white and color.
      Hardcover in generally good condition. Published in 1946 975+
      pages Price: $16.00

      1609. The Bull of Minos by Leonard Cottrell - The story of the
      discovery by Sir Arthur Evans of the four-thousand year old Minoan
      Civilization and the fantastic Palace of Minos, which was
      painstakingly excavated and restored. Soft cover in very good
      overall condition. Published in 1958. 234-pages Price: $10.00

      1610. The Uses of the Past: Profiles of Former Societies by Herbert
      J. Muller - With the vision of both the historian and philosopher,
      the author surveys the golden ages of such societies as the Greeks
      and Romans in a search for a pattern or lesson for modern society.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent overall condition, though
      the dust jacket shows some signs of wear. Published in 1957 394-
      pages Price: $11.00

      1611. Select Orations of Cicero with English Notes: Critical and
      Explanatory and Historical, Geographical, and Legal Indexes by
      Charles Anthon, LLD - An antique volume published in 1845, this is
      an authentic piece of history. This is a hardcover book generally
      good condition, although the covers are showing their considerable
      age and a couple of pages have become detached. 518-pages Price:
      $22.00

      1612. William the Silent by C.V. Wedgwood - The story of one of the
      most interesting figures of the 16th century, the role he played in
      the struggles between Spain, France, the Netherlands, Germany, and
      the events that led him to write his famous Apologia. Soft cover in
      excellent overall condition. Published in 1960 256-pages Price:
      $10.00

      1613. Knights: The Complete Story of the Age of Chivalry, from
      Historical Fact to Tales of Romance and Poetry by Andrea Hopkins - A
      large volume with numerous photos and maps. Published in 1998.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition,
      although the dust jacket has a slight tear. 192-pages. Price: $15.00

      1614. The Hieroglyphics of Ancient Egypt by Aidan Dodson – The
      origins and development of Hieroglyphic writing. Published in
      2001. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read
      condition, with many color illustrations. 144-pages. Price: $15.00

      1615. The Discovery of the Nile by Gianni Guadalupi - A very large,
      heavy (seven-pounds) and beautifully illustrated look at the stories
      of all those who searched for the source of the great Nile River.
      The stories are fascinating and the sketchings, including many of
      anceint ruins, are breathtaking. Take my word for this one that my
      description does not do it justice. This is a hard to find book and
      one that you will read and reread many times. 350-pages. Price:
      $19.00 (This book counts as two books for purposes of shipping and
      handling.)

      1616. Daily Life in Five Great Ages of History (Ancient Egypt,
      Ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, The Renaissance, Victorian England) -
      A boxed set of five books that focuses in the life of ordinary
      people in some of the great societies of history. Each hardcover
      book is large and contains approximately 125-pages with numerous
      illustrations. All books are in excellent overall condition, the
      box is in very condition, and is slightly frayed. Published in
      1975 Price: $42.00

      1617. The First Great Civilizatios: Life in Mesopotamia, the Indus
      Valley and Egypt by Jacquetta Hawkes - Here is the story of one of
      the great creative periods of all human history - the rise of the
      three extraordinary pre-classic civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt
      and the peoples of the Indus valley. The book looks at their
      beginnings 5,000 years ago in the vast and fertile flood plains of
      three broad, subtropical river valleys, and how once nomadic
      tribesman developed the social and economic patterns that brought
      them out of the stone age. Hardcover in dust jacket in excellent
      overall condition. Published in 1973 465-pages Price: $14.00

      1619. The Wandering Scholars by Helen Waddell - A study of the
      Goliards, itinerant Latin lyricists of the 12th and 13th centuries.
      A scholarly work for the serious student. Hardcover is excellent
      condition, a beautiful book. Published in 1934 302-pages
      Price: $16.00

      1620. Ancient Civilizations of Mexico and Central America by
      Herbert J. Spinden - An antique volume published in 1928 "as a
      general commentary and explanation of the more important phases of
      the ancient life and arts of the Indians of Mexico and Central
      America and especially of their history." Hardcover in very good
      overall condition with numerous photos and maps. 271-pages. Price:
      $17.00

      1621. Beyond the Edge of the Sea: Sailing with Jason and the
      Argonauts, Ulysses, the Vikings, and other explorers of the Ancient
      World by Mauricio Obregon - The author takes you along as he
      retraces the journeys of some of the greatest explorers of history.
      This wonderful book contains many drawings and photographs,
      including depictions of the explorer's ships based on the
      descriptions in the literature that has come down to us. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in brand new never read condition. 132-pages
      Price: $11.00

      1622. The Man of the Renaissance by Ralph Roeder - Focuses on the
      lives and contribution of the four "Lawgivers," Savonarola,
      Machiavelli, Castiglione, and finally Aretino. soft cover in very
      good overall condition. Published in 1959. 540-pages. Price:
      $13.00

      1623. Bloody Mary's Martyrs: The Story of England's Terror by
      Jasper Ridley - "Mary was proclaimed Queen of England on 20 July
      1553, and as an essential part of what she saw as her God-given
      mission to restore Catholicism and papal supremacy in England, she
      set about the burning at the stake of Protestant heretics with a
      ruthlessness that earned her the name Bloody Mary." "In her short
      reign - she died in 1558 - almost 300 Protestants were burnt. They
      chose to suffer an agonizing death rather than recant and embrace
      the Catholic faith. Some of the martyrs suffered more than others.
      If the faggots were wet or the wind changed direction the agony was
      prolonged. Sometimes the victims had a small bag of gunpowder
      attached to the waist or neck which hastened their end.
      Occasionally, there was a moving incident which was interpreted as
      divine intervention - a dove descended over the flames at the moment
      of death of John Rogers, and many in the watching crowd thought that
      it was the Holy Ghost come down to take away his spirit." "In his
      new book, Jasper Ridley captures the fierce brutality of Tudor times
      and grips the reader with his narrative of England's reign of
      terror." Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new never read
      condition. 246-pages Lists for $26.00 Our Price: $13.00

      1624. The Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages edited by Norman F.
      Cantor - From the world's most distinguished medievalist comes a
      lively and vivid account of the lords and ladies, saints and
      scholars, kings and peasants who shaped the history and culture of
      one of the richest and most misunderstood periods in history. In
      this full-color, landmark reference, Cantor and a team of scholars
      and experts explore the entire medieval world--from the British
      Isles to the Far East, and the great figures--Dante, Chaucer,
      Aquinas, who defined the period. From the Crusades to the Vikings,
      The Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages contains 600 individual entries
      and over 200 illustrations from world-famous collections, including
      the British Museum and the Morgan Library. Twenty major essays
      portraying the lives of Medieval luminaries, and original maps
      charting military campaigns and developing nations, make this the
      indispensable home reference for scholars and students. A large
      soft cover book in brand new never read condition. 464-pages
      Price: $18.00

      1625. The Illustrated History of the World: Eastern Asia and
      Classical Greece by J>M> Roberts - Presents through compelling
      narrative and with analytical skill the history of the great ancient
      civilizations of china, the Indian subcontinent, Africa, America,
      classical Greece, and the Hellenistic World. It traces world
      history through the beginnings of Hinduism, the earliest forms of
      the Chinese "state" and the rise and fall of classical Greece-the
      seedbed of democracy, contains more than 200 photographs and 20
      specially commissioned full-color maps and artworks, bringing the
      story vividly to life. A large hardcover book with dust jacket in
      brand new never read condition. 192-pages Lists for $30.00
      Our Price: $16.00

      1626. Warman's Coins & Currency by Allen G. Berman and Alex G.
      Malloy - This comprehensive guide remains the only one to include
      both coins and paper money (including ancient Rome, Greece, PArthia,
      Bactria, SasanianMedieval Isl;amic and Anglo-Saxon coins)O in a
      single volume. Detailed, updated price listings and more than 500
      black-and-white photos make identifying and valuing coins and paper
      money simple for beginning and experienced numismatists. Soft cover
      in brand new never read condition. 210-pages Lists for $19.95
      Our Price: $13.00

      1627. The Archaeology Detectives: How we Know What We Know About
      the Past edited by Paul Bahn - A fascinating insight into the often
      mysterious world of archaeology, The Archaeology Detectives explores
      50 of the world's most famous archaeological sites - some of which
      have only recently been uncovered. By examining expeditions both
      past and present, this book provides a full appreciation of the
      painstaking detective work that has gone into building up the
      picture of human history as we know it today. Compiled by experts in
      the field of archaeology and associated areas, the authoritative
      text combines with stunning color photography to create a unique
      volume - one that emphasizes how, by embracing art, language,
      forensic science, sociology, anthropology, and religion, archaeology
      is as much a subject of the present as it is of the past. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in brand new never read condition. 240-pages
      Lists for $26.95 Our Price: $13.00
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