Book of Life in Roman Britain
B.T. Batsford, 1996 - 128 halaman
A study of life in Roman Britain which discusses the public and private lives of the Romano-British and their work, leisure and entertainments. It examines domestic housing in both town and countryside and topics such as diet and medicine. Slavery, religion, art and education are also considered.
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