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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
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 20, 2004
      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
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      Highlighted Books:

      1665. Religion In Greece and Rome by H.J. Rose - A good and
      reasonably detailed review of the two religious systems. Soft cover
      in good overall condition, though the book is showing signs of age
      (including a reglued spine) and there is a significant amount of
      underlining over the first 55-pages. Published in 1959 312-
      pages Price: $9.00

      1666. Later Medieval English Prose by William Matthews - An
      interesting and wide-ranging collection of writings including
      biographies, autobiographies, business documents, devotional
      manuals, short stories, travel tales, works on natural science,
      etc….., all produced during the late medieval period. A fascinating
      insightful look into the social evolution of the time. Soft cover
      in very good overall condition. Published in 1963 336-pages
      Price: $11.00

      1667. Rivers in the Desert: A History of the Negev by Nelson
      Glueck - A detailed examination of the development of civilization
      in the Negev and the role this played in the broader development of
      the Middle East. Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent overall
      condition. A first edition, published in 1959. 302-pages Price:
      $13.00

      1668. 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

      1669. The Greek Way by Edith Hamilton – A classic in the study of
      ancient Greece. This book looks at Greek life and civilization.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in excellent condition, Published in
      1942. 347-pages. Price: $14.00

      1670. Mummies by Suzanne Lord - An Explorer Book designed for
      children. Treats the subject realistically to explain what Mummies
      are and are not. A small soft Cover book in very good overall
      condition with many illustrations. Published in 1991 59-pages
      Price: $5.00

      1671. The History of Medieval Europe by Lynn Thorndike - A detailed
      and classical look at the broad topic of medieval Eurponean history
      starting with the end of the Roman Empire. Includes discussion of
      issues big and small including medieval universities, Frankish
      Empire, the role of the town square, the Swiss Confederation, the
      Mongol Empire, etc.... Hardcover in excellent overall condition,
      with a number of photos and maps. Published in 1949 750-pages
      Price: $16.00

      1672. Seeing Roman Britain by Leonard Cottrel - A personal account
      of travels in search of Roman Britain, covering more than 3,500
      miles of the English countryside. A fascinating read. Hardcover
      with dust jacket. The book's text is in very good condition, though
      the spine is partially separated from the main part of the book.
      Published in 1957 294-pages Price: $7.00

      1673. Medieval England: A Social History and Archaeology from the
      Conquest to 1600 AD by Colin Platt - Drawing equally on the work of
      both historians and archaeologists, the author puts forward a view
      of social England from the Norman Conquest to the reign of Elizabeth
      I, the last of the Tudors. The book ranges over a wide range of
      themes, from the social world of the castle and the palace at the
      one extreme to the peasant hovel at the other. A used hardcover
      book in excellent overall condition, with numerous photos, drawings
      and diagrams. Published in 1978 292-pages $15.00

      1674. A Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe - Defoe's
      classic reconstruction of the Great Plague of 1665 is the most
      compelling account of natural disaster in all literature. A
      fascinating read!!! Soft cover in brand new never read condition.
      299-pages Price: $8.00

      1675. 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 dust jacket in brand new never read
      condition. Published in 1996. 320-pages. Lists for $45.00. Our
      Price: $20.00

      1676. 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 continets. Complete with extensive glossary, maps
      and charts. A must half resource for the serious student of
      medieval society. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new never read
      condition. Published in 1998. 320-pages. Lists for $45.00. Our
      Price: $20.00

      1677. The Life of Greece by Will Durant - One of the classics on
      the study of ancient Greece. Includes a history of Greek
      government, industry, manners, morals, religion, philosophy,
      science, literature and art from the earliest times to the Roman
      conquest. Hardcover in excellent overall condition. Published in
      1939 755-pages Price: $16.00

      1678. Ancient Egyptian Religion by Henri Frankfort - A lucid and
      well-organized treatise on the religious thought of ancient Egypt,
      it has also quoted aptly and pointedly from significant writings as
      the basis for his interpretation. Soft cover in very good overall
      condition. Published in 1961 172-pages Price: $11.00

      1679. Before the Armada: The Emergence of the English Nation, 1485-
      1588 by R.B. Wernham - Focuses upon that period when England was
      reluctantly but finally abandoning her medieval ambition to hold and
      increase dominions in Europe, and moving out from her old
      continental preconceptions of the nature of the English destiny
      toward an insular policy based on sea power. The book also looks at
      the violent religious struggles of the time. Hardcover with dust
      jacket in excellent overall condition. Published in 1966 447-
      pages Price: $13.00

      1680. James I of England: The Wiset Fool in Christendom by Clara
      and Hardy Steeholm - An interesting biography of the man who
      succeeded Elizabeth I and whose mother was Mary Queen of Scots. A
      great read. This appears to be a first edition volume. Hardcover
      in excellent overall condition. Published in 1938 502-pages
      Price: $13.00

      1681. The Birth of Civilization in the Near East by Henri
      Frankfort - A small pocket-sized book dealing with a history of
      ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. It attempts to establish the
      cultural innovations marking the dim boundary between the
      prehistoric millenia and our own history. Soft cover i good
      overall condition. Published in 1956 142-pages Price: $7.00

      1682. The Illustrated History of Early Man by John Haywood – A
      beautiful highly illustrated book detailing the ascent of early man.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition.
      Published in 1995 160-pages Price: $14.00

      1683. Early Glass of the Ancient World 1600 BC - AD 50 by E.
      Marianne Stern and Brigit Schlick-Nolte - A large and detailed study
      of the history, manufacturing, design and use of glass in ancient
      world. Includes sections on technical considerations, manufacturing
      techniques and the use of glass in the Hellenistic age, Mycenaean
      and Phoenician cultures, ancient Egypt, Rome, etc... With over 150
      illustrated examples, complete with full written descriptions and
      additional information. Soft cover in brand new, never read
      condition. 430-pages Lists for $90.00 Our Price: $30.00

      1684. Royal Tombs of Saipan - A highly detailed and beautifully
      illustrated examination of one of the world's great archaeological
      excavations: the three royal tombs found and excavated in Peru in
      the late 1980s. Many photos and drawings of jewelry, utensils,
      ceremonial artefacts, tombs, architecture, etc... Soft cover in
      brand new, never read condition. 229-pages Price: $18.00

      1685. Warfare in the Classical World by John Warry – Traces the
      evolution of weapons, fortifications and battle tactics from the
      Mycenean and Homeric ages to the barbarian invasions of Rome in the
      fifth century A.D. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never
      read condition. Published in 1998. 302-pages. Price: $16.00

      1686. The Medieval Warrior by Paul LaCroix and Walter Clifford
      Meller - Presents a detailed examination of the medieval warrior in
      combat, at home, and in that unique military game: the tournament.
      Chapters include The World of the Medieval Warrior, A Knight's Life,
      the Death of Knight, Medieval Arms and Armor, Women in the World of
      the Medieval Warrior, the Crusades, etc.. A large, heavy hardcover
      book, in brand new, never read condition. 159-pages Orig. Price:
      $45.00 Our Price: $18.00

      1687. Monumental Coins: Buildings & Structures on Ancient Coinage by
      Marvin Tameanko - A beautiful tapestry of numismatics, history and
      architecture that explores the buildings found on ancient coins and
      the historical and cultural importance of these structures. Learn
      the complete story behind the coins and structures, and in the
      process gain special insight to the civilizations from which they
      emerged. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read
      condition. Extensively illustrated. 242-pages. Orig. Price:
      $39.95 Our Price: $14.00

      1688. Plato's Symposium: A New Translation by Robin Waterfield - A
      small pocket edition of one of the great classics of all time. Soft
      cover in excellent overall condition. Published in 1994 104-
      pages Price: $6.00

      1689. What Life was Like In The Age of Chivalry: Medieval Europe AD
      800 – 1500 – A detailed and highly illustrated look at the way
      medieval Europeans lived and how their culture developed and
      flourished. Hardcover in brand new never read condition. Published
      in 1997. 168-pages. Price: $14.00

      1690. The Greek Museums: Olympia by Manolis Andronicos - The
      peaceful character and glorious age of the Olympic Games are revived
      in the pages of this handsome edition. Soft cover in very good
      overall condition, with many beautiful photos. Published in 1975
      52-pages Price: $8.00

      1691. Pompeii AD 79 by John Ward-Perkins and Amanda Claridge - Here
      in 450 plates is the life and art of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and
      Stabiae, the ancient Roman towns buried by a catastrophic eruption
      of Vesuvius for more than sixteen centuries until their discover and
      excavation. A large and beautifully illustrated hardcover volume,
      with dust jacket, in excellent overall condition. Published in
      1979 215-pages Price: $14.00

      1692. Splendors of the Past: Lost Cities of the Ancient World - A
      large coffee-table size volume that looks at some of the most
      beautiful and interesting cities of the past and their present day
      contexts. Includes cities of ancient Kush, Mesopotamia, Rome,
      Cambodia, Asia Minor, etc... Beautifully illustrated. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in very good overall condition. Published in
      1986 295-pages Price: $15.00

      1693. Tutankhamun: His Tomb and Its Treasures by I.E.S. Edwards -
      Here are the legendary treasures of the boy-king's tomb - in a
      magnificent volume expanded from the unprecedented Metropolitan
      Museum, Egyptian Government exhibition. A large, coffee-table size
      hardcover volume in beautiful condition, with hundreds of color and
      B/W photos. In excellent overall condition. A great book for any
      student of ancient Egypt. Published in 1977 256-pages Price:
      $15.00

      1694. Rome and the Classical West by JM Roberts – Tells the
      fascinating story of classical Rome from its beginnings as a city-
      state, through the acquisition of a vast empire spanning three
      continents, to the beginnings of Christianity and the decline of the
      western Roman empire. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new never
      read condition. Fully illustrated. Published in 1998 192-pages
      Price: $16.00

      1695. Encyclopedia of Archaeology edited by Glyn Daniel – Covers
      the entire history of archaeology with over 1000 entries and many
      illustrations. Published in 1977 Hardcover with dust jacket in
      excellent overall condition 224-pages Price: $22.00



      Choice Remainders:

      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

      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

      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

      1519. Paths to the Ancient Past: Applications of the Histoprical
      Method to Ancient History by Tom B. Jones - Examines numerous
      sources of information on the ancient world including literature,
      numismatics and archaeology. Soft cover in excellent overall
      condition. Published in 1967. 192-pages Price: $12.00

      1532. The Lost Tomb by Kent R. Weeks, Ph. D – The incredible story
      of the discovery and excavation of the burial site of the sons of
      Ramsses II. A great read. Softcover in brand new never read
      condition with a number of maps, drawings and photos. Published in
      1998. 330-pages. Price: $12.00

      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

      1539. The Early Greeks by RJ Hopper - An account of the Greek
      Bronze Age, the transition to the Early Iron Age, the age of
      migration to Asia Minor and the period of colonization of the
      Medtiterranean, as it is clear the the foundations of Classical
      Greece were laid in this early period. Hardcover with dust jacket
      in excellent overall condition. Published in 1977 257-pages.
      Price: $13.00

      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

      1546. Hellenic History by George Willis Botsford and Charles
      Alexander Robinson, Jr. - A classic work on the subject. This is a
      detailed, scholarly look on the rise and fall of the Hellenic
      empire , from the Bronze Age, through the Peloponnesian War and up
      to and including the encroachment of Rome. With photos. Published
      in 1950. 509-pages Price: $18.00

      1547. The Anasazi by Eleanor H. Ayer - An illuminating history of
      the rise and fall of Anasazi society, complete with descriptions of
      modern archaeological methods used to unearth clues about them.
      Covers how the Anasazi changed from a wandering people who hunted
      and gathered their food to settled farmers who domesticated animals
      and invented basket weaving techniques, new building designs and
      other innovations. Hardcover with dust jaceket in excellent overall
      condition. Published in 1993. 124-pages Price: $10.00

      1548. 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 1962. 234-pages Price: $10.00

      1554. The Etruscans by Ellen Macnamara - Traces the development of
      the Etruscan culture and describes their language, religion,
      government, economy, dress and leisure activities. Illustrated with
      photographs and drawings of Etruscan sites and with many superb
      objects from the British Museum collections. Soft cover in
      excellent overal;l condition. Published in 1991. 72-pages Price:
      $10.00

      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

      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

      1567. Rome of the Caesars by Leonardo B. Dal Maso - Recreats the
      world of ancient Rome at the time of the Caesars, looks at both the
      Rome of the masses and the upper classes. With many color
      illustrations. Softcover in excellent condition. Pubished in 1976.
      126-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

      1571. Jacobite Spy Wars: Moles, Rogues and treachery by Hugh
      Douglas - Tells the story of the spy wars on and off the battlefield
      during the hundred years of the Jacobites' fight for power. Vividly
      recreates the atmosphere of those times and will appeal to anyone
      interested in European History. Hardcover with dustjacket in brand
      new never read condition. List price: $34.95 Our Price: $18.00

      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

      1577. A History of the Greek City States 700-338B.C. by Raphael
      Sealey – First edition. Introduces the reader to the serious study
      of Greek history, concentrating more on problems than on narrative.
      Hardcover with dust jacket, in excellent condition, with some tiny
      age stains. Published in 1976. 516-pages. Price: $13.00

      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

      1584. Mysteries of the Past by Lionel Casson, Robert Claiborne,
      Brian Fagan and Walter Karp - Probes enigmas of history such as the
      great megaliths of history, the destruction of the palace at
      Knossos, the discoveries of the Phoenicians, based on the insights
      of hundreds of experts from many disciplines (anthropology,
      archaeology, genetics, physics, liguistiics, etc... A large
      hardcover book in excellent overall condition. Includes hundreds
      of photos. Published in 1977. 319-pages. Originally priced at
      $34.95. Our Price: $14.00

      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

      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

      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

      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

      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

      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

      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

      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

      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

      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
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