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Old Rome by Robert Burn

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Old Rome
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Publisher: George Bell & Sons
ISBN/ASIN: B00086ETDA
Number of pages: 266

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This book is intended to serve as a handbook to the actually-existing ruins and monuments of ancient Rome and the Campagna. It is divided into topographical sections for the convenience of travelers visiting Rome, and the monuments which exist in each section have been briefly described, and a summary given of their history and archeological value.

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