Roman life and manners under the early empire by Ludwig Friedländer

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  • Rome -- Social life and customs,
  • Rome -- Civilization

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Vol. 1 translated by L. A. Magnus, v. 2 by J. H. Freese and L. A. Magnus, v. 3 by J. H. Freese, v. 4 (Appendices and notes) by A. B. Gough.

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Statementby Ludwig Friedla nder; authorized translation of the 7th enl. and rev. ed. of the Sittengeschichte Roms.
ContributionsMagnus, Leonard Arthur., Freese, John Henry., Gough, Alfred Bradly, 1872-
The Physical Object
Pagination4 v.
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Open LibraryOL14459432M
OCLC/WorldCa5024812

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