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    Here is what is still remaining from our latest listing. Each book will be sold on a first come first serve basis. Just email me at antiquestnet@yahoo.com to
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      A Guide to the Ancient World: A Dictionary of Classical Place Names
      by Michael Grant - A massive reference volume of nearly 900 places
      throughout the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. Published in
      1997. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition.
      728-pages. Price: $23.00 (#459)

      Gladiators by Michael Grant - An exciting account of the ancient
      Roman institution of arena combat, this book traces the bloody 800-
      year history of the bustuarii from their rise during the 3rd century
      BC to their eventual abolition at the end of the 5th century AD.
      Published in 1995. Hardcover with dust jacket and many photos, in
      brand new, never read condition. 128-pages. Price: $15.00 (#438)

      Medieval England edited by H.W.C. Davis - A classic companion to
      English medieval history, with essays ranging from architecture,
      costume and education to art, commerce and heraldry. With more than
      350-illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket in virtual brand new,
      never read condition, though the dust jacket is somewhat scratched.
      632-pages.
      Price: $15.00 (#310)

      Daily Life in Ancient Rome by Jerome Carcopino – Look at all aspects
      of life including population, houses and streets, marriage, woman and
      family education, religion, daily routine, etc… Published in 1969.
      Soft cover in good condition, though with signs of wear. Some
      passages have been underlined in pencil. 342-pages. Price: $9.00
      (#434)

      Medieval Society by Sidney Painter - Published in 1964. Covering the
      feudal system, the feudal caste, the seigniorial system, the
      development of towns and commerce… Soft cover in very good condition,
      though the front cover has a few slight discolorations. 109-pages.
      Price: $12.00 (#433)

      Caligula: The Corruption of Power by Anthony A. Barrett - The book
      looks at his life and career through a review of his family history,
      upbringing, illnesses and the question of his sanity. Hardcover with
      dust jacket, in very good condition through with underlined passages
      and notations. Price: $13.00 (#255)

      A History of Rome Down to the Reign of Constantine by M. Cary and
      H.H. Scullard – A thorough review of the history of the city and
      empire. Published in 1977. A large hardcover volume in very good
      condition, though the spine is a bit loose and a few sections are
      underlined. 694-pages with numerous photos and maps. Price: $15.00
      (#486)

      Florentine Histories by Nicolo Machiavelli - A classic in the world
      of medieval thought. This is a brand new, never read condition soft
      cover volume. Published in 1990. 391-pages. Price: #13.00 (#429)

      Medieval People by Eileen Power - This book is about six ordinary
      people and their everyday lives. Soft cover in good overall
      condition. Published in 1963 with 210-pages. Price: $8.00 (#479)

      Larousse Encyclopedia of Archaeology general editor Gilbert Charles-
      Picard – A massive volume surveying the whole world of archaeology.
      With 600 illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good
      condition, though the shows some signs of wear. Published in 1972.
      432-pages. Price: $24.00 (#507) (Counts as 2-books for purposes of
      S&H)

      The Atlas of Archaeology by K. Branigan, consultant editor. A large
      volume detailing all areas of archaeology with many color photos and
      illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket in virtuallt brand new,
      never read condition. Published in 1982. 240-pages. Price: $23.00
      (#508)

      Rome and medieval Culture by Ferdinand Gregorovious. - The history of
      the City of Rome in the Middle Ages. Published in 1971 with 465-
      pages. Soft cover in very good condition, though the cover a spine is
      a bit faded. Price: $13.00 (#432)

      The Bible as History by Werner Keller - For more than two decades a
      standard text on biblical investigation. Published in 1995.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new never read condition. 413-
      pages with numerous illustrations. Price: $17.00 (#487)

      Ancient Mosaics by Michel Avi-Yonah – A brief but comprehensive
      survey of many of the most famous mosaics of antiquity, with notes on
      the technical processes involved and the problems of conservation.
      Published in 1975. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition,
      though there's a small 1" tear in the dust jacket. 91-pages with many
      illustrations. Price: $14.00 (#493)

      Petra: Jordan's Extraordinary Ancient City by Fabio Bourbon – A
      beautiful volume with many photos and illustrations. Published in
      2000. Hardcover with dust jacket in virtually brand new, never read
      condition. 144-pages. Price: $15.00 (#488)

      The Italian Renaissance by J.H. Plumb - A soft cover volume covering
      all the major aspects of the period, including a look on a city by
      city basis, including: Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice as well as women
      of the time, the prince and the state, the arts… In brand new, never
      read condition. Published in 1989. 318-pages. Price: $13.00 (#428)

      A History of the Vikings y Gwyn Jones – A broad and detailed general
      history of the Vikings, a classic in the field of study. Published
      in 1968. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition, thugh
      the dust jacket shows signs of wear. 504-pages with many
      illustrations. Price: $18.00 (#509)

      Exploring King Arthur's Britain by Denise Stobie – A fascinating
      introduction to the legends surrounding Arthur, the once and future
      king. Published in 1999. A large hardcover with dust jacket in
      brand new, never read condition. 96-pages. Price: $15.00 (#489)

      The Greek Way by Edith Hamilton – A first edition volume of this
      classic on ancient Greece. Published in 1930. Hardcover in
      excellent condition though there is minor wear on the edge of the
      front cover and an inscription on the inside title page. 247-pages.
      Price: $20.00 (#505)

      Medieval English Political Writing edited by James M. Dean - Contains
      select poems and documents that help illuminate political issues in
      14th and 15th century England. Published in 1996. Soft cover in
      excellent condition, though the pages contains some highlighted
      passages and various margin notations. 270-pages. Price: $14.00
      (#480)

      Art Forms and Civic Life in the Late Roman Empire by H.P. L'Orange -
      Covers art and architecture, during the time of Diocletian, its
      relationship to religion and civic administration, etc. Softcover,
      very good condition with a small number of pencil marks. 131-pages.
      Price: $12.00 (#244)

      Gods, Graves & Scholars by C.W. Ceram – A major work on the story of
      archaeology, with many illustrations. The book also includes a
      couple of articles folded and inserted between pages, including an
      original 1972 NY Times article on the death of the author. Hardcover
      with dust jacket in very good condition. 428-pages. Price: $16.00
      (#490)

      Secrets of the Great Pyramid by Peter Tompkins – The adventures and
      discoveries of the explorers and scientists who, for 2000 years have
      been probing the mystery of the Great Pyramid of Cheops. Published
      in 1978. A large, heavy soft cover volume in very good condition,
      though with some general signs of age and an end page appears to have
      been removed. With numerous photos and illustrations. A former
      library book. 416-pages. Price: $15.00 (#491)

      Henry the Eigth (and His Six Wives) by Francis Hackett - An antique
      volume, published in 1931, a wonderful biography of the man who
      defied the Pope, plundered the monasteries, and dominated his nation
      and religion. Hardcover with dust jacket, in very good condition
      though the dust jacket is slightly torn. 452-pages Price: $15.00
      (309)

      The Roman Commonwealth by R.W.Moore - An examination of all aspects
      ancient Roman society, with a number of illustations inclusing
      coins. Published in 1943. Hardcover in excellent condition. 267-
      pages. Price: $16.00 (#174)

      Under the Mediterranean by Honor Frost – A fascinating story of
      travel, adventure and underwater discovery of marine antiquities.
      Published in 1963. Hardcover with dust jacket, in excellent condition
      with numerous illustrations. 278-pages. Price: $13.00 (#492)

      A History of the Roman World: 30BC to AD 138 by E.T. Salmon - A
      comprehensive examination of that period of Roman history during
      which the Principate was established and the Pax Romana consolidated.
      Published in 1977. Soft cover in virtually brand new, never read
      condition. 367-pages. Price: $12.00 (#465)

      Papyrological Studies in Dionysiac Literature edited by Dana Ferrin
      Sutton - A scholarly and detailed translation and examination of two
      ancient literary works (a play and a hymn) dedicated to Dionysos.
      Published in 1987. Soft cover in excellent condition. 106-pages.
      Price: $16.00 (#464)

      The Dawn of Empire: Rome's Rise to World Power by R. M. Errington -
      From 264 BC through the Punic Wars, Hannibal, the Battle of Pydna,
      etc…, argues that Rome was a reluctant imperialist. Soft cover book
      in excellent condition. Price: $12.00 (#250)

      William Marshal: The Flower of Chivalry by Georges Duby - The real-
      life story of a man of the chivalric age, rising from the peasantry
      in the 12th century to become regent of England. Published in 1985.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition. 155-
      pages. Price: $15.00 (#436)

      The Art of Rhetoric in the Roman World: 300 BC – AD 300 by George
      Kennedy – A look at how the art of persuasion the Romans inherited
      from the Greeks gradually became an art more concerned with the
      secondary characteristics of rhetoric: style and artistic effort.
      Published in 1972. Soft cover with dust jacket in excellent
      condition, though the dust jacket has a few minor tears. 568-pages.
      Price: $13.00 (#494)

      Love in Ancient Rome by Pierre Grimal - A view of romantic and
      passionate love among the Romans. Published in 1967. Hard cover with
      dust jacket in very good condition, though some passages are
      underlined throughout the book. 306-pages. Price: $14.00 (#390)

      Tacitus by F.R.D. Goodyear - A small soft cover volume examining the
      writings of the great historian. Published in 1970 by Oxford
      University Press with 44-pages in very good condition. Price: $10.00
      (#495)

      The Legacy of Rome edited by Ctril Bailey - A look at various aspects
      of Roman society including the concept of empire, administration,
      communications and commerce the science of law, family and social
      life, etc… Published 1951. Hardcover in excellent overall condition,
      though the pages have begun to slightly yellow from age. 512-pages.
      Price: $15.00 (#182)

      The Legacy of Greece edited by R.W. Livingston - The companion to The
      Legacy of Rome, this book looks at religion, philosophy, mathematics,
      astronomy, natural science, literature, history architecture, etc…
      Hardcover in excellent overall condition, though the pages have begun
      to slightly yellow from age. 424-pages. Price: $15.00 (#183)

      The Holy Roman Empire by James Bryce - An antique volume published in
      1887. Chronicles the empire from before the invasion of the
      barbarians through the time of Napoleon. Hardcover in excellent
      condition. 467-pages. Price: $14.00 (#340)

      Etruscan Bronze Utensils by Sybille Haynes – An examination of
      Etruscan vessels and other bronze pieces. A small volume published
      by the British Museum in very good condition with a number of
      illustrations including a large pull-out drawing. Published in 1974.
      Price: $11.00 (#496)

      War in the Middle Ages by Philippe Contamine - Covering the ten
      centuries following the fall of Rome, this book covers all aspects of
      the subject including the military customs and conditions of the
      various Western European states, armor and weaponry, recruitment and
      rules of combat developed to limit bloodshed. Hardcover, with dust
      jacket, in virtually brand new, never read condition, though there is
      a small tear in the dust jacket. 387-pages. Price: $13.00 (#110)

      Women and Politics in Ancient Rome by Richard Bauman - Explores the
      role of women involved in government, law, public affairs as well as
      political and liberationist movements. Softcover, in brand new,
      never read condition. Price: $13.00 (#240)

      Alfred the Great by Thomas Hughes - An antique volume, published in
      1871, this biography of one of the greatest figures in English
      history covers the man and the world around him. Hardcover with
      attractive embossing on the spine and front cover. Very good
      condition, though the front cover and a couple of pages are slightly
      separated. 324-pages. Price: $12.00 (#314)

      Caesar by Michael Grant - A classic biography of the man. Published
      in 1975. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition, though
      there are a number of passages bracketed and underlined. 232-pages
      with numerous photos. Price: $12.00 (#497)

      Europe in the Middle Ages by Oliver J. Thatcher and Edgar Holmes
      McNeal - Antique volume published in 1920. A look at the development
      of Europe from the time of the Roman Empire through the Renaissance.
      Hardcover in good overall condition though the cover is a bit worn
      and there are several pencil marks. Contains a number of interesting
      drawings and color maps. 547-pages. Price: $13.00 (#320)

      Fathers and Daughters in Roman Society by Judith P. Hallett – This
      bok looks at the paradox of Roman society, where domesticity is
      extolled for females while many females wielded considerable power.
      Published in 1984. Softcover in excellent condition with a very few
      ink markings. 422-pages. Price: $15.00 (#498)

      Age of Chivalry: Art and Society in Late Medieval England edited by
      Nigel Saul - An examination of the artifacts of the chivalric age and
      the society in which they were produced. Published in 1992, 144 pages
      with many beautiful photos. Hard cover with dust jacket in brand
      new, never read condition. Price: $16.00 (#472)

      Herculaneum: Italy's Buried Treasure by Joseph Jay Deiss – A vivid
      recreation of Life in Pompeii's sister city. Published in 1989. Soft
      cover in virtually brand new never read condition with numerous
      photos. 222-pages. Price: $15.00 (#499)

      The Royal Touch: Monarchy and Miracles in France and England by Marc
      Bloch - On the surface the book's focus is on the concept of the
      sovereign's touch and how it can cure disease. But the issues go far
      deeper as the author looks at the relationship between the political
      and emotional factors involved in the wielding of and yielding to,
      authority. Published in 1989, hardcover with dust jacket in brand
      new, never read condition. 441-pages. Price: $16.00 (#345)

      The Will of Zeus: A History of Greece from the Origins of Hellenic
      Culture to the Death of Alexander by Stringfellow Barr - A great
      hardcover volume providing an in-depth look at the society of ancient
      Greece. In very good overall condition with dust jacket, however, the
      book is showing signs of age and wear. Published in 1961, 496-pages.
      Price: $18.00 (#453)

      Chronicles of the Crusades by Joinville and Villehardouin - This
      volume contains two famous first-hand accounts of the "Holy Wars" of
      the Middle Ages written by two noblemen who took part in the French
      Crusades. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read
      condition. 360-pages. Price: $12.00 (#319)

      The Visible Past: Recent Archaeological Discoveries of Greek and
      Roman History by Michael Grant - Published in 1990. Soft cover in
      excellent condition, with a number of photos and coins. 258-pages.
      Price: $13.00 (#393)

      Interpreting the Past: Near Eastern Seals by Dominique Collon – A
      discussion of cylinder seals, including how their owners saw them and
      the world around them. Many detailed interpretations as well as
      photos and drawings. Published in 1990. Soft cover in brand new
      never read condition. 64-pages. Price: $16.00 (#500)

      The Druids by Peter Berresford Ellis – A look at the culture and
      society of this ancient people. Published in 1995. Hardcover with
      dust jacket in brand new, never read condition. 304-pages. Price:
      $15.00 (#501)

      Medieval Man and His Notions by Frederick Harrison - A look at what
      medieval man thought about his surroundings and himself. Published
      in 1947, with 276-pages and many illustrations. Hardcover with dust
      jacket in very good condition, though the dust jacket has a couple of
      small tears. Price: $14.00 (#475)

      Ebla: A Revelation in Archaeology by Chaim Bermsnt and Michael
      Weitzman – The story of the discovery of a 4,500 year old city and
      empire and its sensational impact on biblical history. Hardcover with
      dust jacket excellent condition, though there are a few pencil marks
      within the first 13-pages. Published in 1979. 244-pages with many
      photos. Price: $16.00 (#502)

      The Conquest of England by Eric Linklater - Explores the highly
      controversial subject of the development of England under the Romans,
      Anglo-Saxons, Danes and ultimately, the Normans. Hardcover, with
      dust jacket, in brand new, never read condition. 318-pages Price:
      $15.00 (#305)

      Reading the Past: Ancient Writing from Cuneiform to the Alphabet
      introduced by J.T. Hooker – An examination of the development of the
      alphabet and reading. Published in 1998. Hardcover with dust jacket
      in brand new, never read condition. Lists for $29.95. 384-pages.
      Price: $16.00 (#503)

      Famous Women of the French Court by Imbert De Saint-Amand - A antique
      five-volume set covering the lives of Marie Antoinette, Marie Louise,
      the women of the Valois Court, Citizeness Bonaparte and the Duchess
      D'Angouleme. Published in 1894, the books are all hardcover in
      excellent condition. Price: $75.00 (#485)

      David: A biography by Barbara Cohen – A look at what is known of the
      man, the human being, who was a poet, soldier, politician,
      administrator, lover, father and religious leader to the united
      kingdom of Judah and Israel. Published in 1995. Hardcover with dust
      jacket in brand new, never read condition. 108-pages. Price: $12.00
      (#504)

      The War of the Roses by Anthony Goodman - Includes an overall view of
      the campaigns, from the first skirmishes of 1452 to the last campaign
      in 1497 band examines the generalship of the commanders in both
      camps. Also looks at the military organization and the effects of the
      wars on society in general. 294-pages. Price: $13.00 (#321)

      Light from the Ancient Past: The Archaeological Background of the
      Hebrew-Christian Religion (Vol. II) by Jack Finegan – The purpose of
      the book is to give a connected account of the archaeological
      background of Judaism and Christianity. Published in 1974. Softcover
      in very good overall condition. 638-pages with photos, tables and
      other illustrations. Price: $14.00 (#506)

      Medieval Panorama: The English scene from Conquest to Reformation By
      G.G. Coulton - A heavily detailed volume. Published in 1957. Soft
      cover in excellent condition though the spine is a bit faded. 801-
      pages. Price: $13.00 (#427)

      Kourion: The Search for a lost Roman City by David Soren and Jamie
      James - The story of the discovery and excavations of the city of
      Kourion located on Cyprus, which was destroyed in the great
      earthquake of 365AD. Soft cover in excellent condition with many
      photos. 223-pages. Price: $13.00 (#330)

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