2 edition of dawn of the West: a portrait of Greece and Rome. found in the catalog.
dawn of the West: a portrait of Greece and Rome.
E. A. Delahay
Bibliography: p. 104-107.
|Series||The General studies library, |
|LC Classifications||DE59 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||67102915|
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An engrossing double portrait that shows how much our own civilization owes to both Jerusalem and Rome.” — The New York Sun “Innovative A complicated bit of history brilliantly told.”Cited by: Portraiture in Renaissance and Baroque Europe.
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