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By Willeitner, Joachim
English summary: On the shores of Lake Nasser, in the middle of a vast barren landscape, stand the massive rock temples of Ramses II and his wife Nefertari. They are monumental and their lavish magnificence demonstrate the glories of the Egyptian Pharaoh.
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By Baratte, Francois
First german monograph about the ancient roman colonies in the north of Africa.
By Pappalardo, Associate Professor of Pompeian Archaeology at the Faculty of Conservation Umberto (Istituto Universitario Suor Orsola Benincasa, Naples)
English summary: 79 AD: Pompeii, the thriving town at the foot of Vesuvius, is suddenly destroyed. The areas surrounding the volcano are turned into a deadly hell. A snapshot of life was solidified in lapilli masses and ash rain for history to explore.
Edited by Camp, John McK., II; Mauzy, Craig A.
The ancient Athenian Agora is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. In antiquity, it was the hub of the city's public life, and its buildings were centers for political, religious, and commercial activities. This book provides an introduction to the developmen...t and the state of the excavations at this historical site.Read more
By Zahrnt, Michael
Macedonia was known as the home of Alexander the Great in Antiquity. But this kingdom had lost much of its importance by the time it became a Province of the Roman Empire in 146 BC, after being conquered following several campaigns.
By Deru, Xavier
English summary: The Gallic tribes between the Meuse and Moselle were stubborn and fickle. Only through the establishment of the Roman province of Gallia Belgica during the reign of Augustus could a lasting order and regular administration be set up.
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