Pompeii, Its Life and Art
by August Mau
Publisher: The Macmillan Company 1902
Number of pages: 578
For twenty-five years Professor Mau has devoted himself to the study of Pompeii, spending his summers among the ruins and his winters in Rome, working up the new material. He holds a unique place among the scholars who have given attention to Pompeian antiquities, and his contributions to the literature of the subject have been numerous..,
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