Ancient Greece and Rome: Demeter-Law, Roman
Scribner, 1998 - Art, Classical - 198 pages
Covers an extensive array of topics on ancient Greece and Rome including daily life, art and architecture, philosophy, science, religion, statesmen, military leaders, emperors, and more.
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