Graecia Capta – The Landscapes Of Roman Greece

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Covering the time period from 200 BC to AD 200, this amazing book explains the Roman presence in Greece and has taken a lot of its resources from historical and archaeological fundamental archives.

The book is separated into 4 key area of importance. Namely these are The Rural Area, The Civic, The Provincial and The Sacred. This will allow you to oversee the organization of the Roman Empire and the affect it had on Greek Lands!

This publication offers some fascinating details including the paths Greece had to take while under the control of The Romans!

For those of you interested in archaeology and ancient history, you will find this book of great interest.

  • Format | Paperback | 332 pages
  •  | Cambridge, UK
  •  152 x 224 x 24 mm | 521 g
  •  | English
  •  19 Apr 1996 Revised
  •  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  •  9780521568197
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Covering the time period from 200 BC to AD 200, this amazing book explains the Roman presence in Greece and has taken a lot of its resources from historical and archaeological fundamental archives.

The book is separated into 4 key area of importance. Namely these are The Rural Area, The Civic, The Provincial and The Sacred. This will allow you to oversee the organization of the Roman Empire and the affect it had on Greek Lands!

This publication offers some fascinating details including the paths Greece had to take while under the control of The Romans!

For those of you interested in archaeology and ancient history, you will find this book of great interest.

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