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Ancient Rome, Greece & Egypt: A Chronicle of Politics, Battles, Beliefs, Mythology, Art and Architecture, Shown in over 1700 Photographs and Artworks,9780754823667

Ancient Rome, Greece & Egypt: A Chronicle of Politics, Battles, Beliefs, Mythology, Art and Architecture, Shown in over 1700 Photographs and Artworks

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ISBN13:

9780754823667

ISBN10:
0754823660
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/30/2011
Publisher(s):
Natl Book Network
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This incredible book set brings together three expert volumes on Ancient Egypt, Rome and Greece. Art, architecture and culture in Ancient Rome shaped the world we live in today and through the abundance of buildings, mosaics, sculpture and literature that still survives today you can see how real people lived, worshipped and interacted during one of the greatest periods of world history. The encylopedia on the Greek world traces the magnificent artistic achievements of Greek society and its religion and mythology, the theatre, literature, philosophy, science, technology, athletics and sport. Explore Ancient Egypt¿s awe-inspiring temples, pyramids and tombs and discover how archaeological sites and hieroglyphics cast light on the sacred rites and rituals of a unique and sophisticated society.


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