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Byzantium: The Empire of New Rome (History of Civilization)

by Mango, Cyril

Condition: Fine/Very Good

Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, 1980. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 1980 first edition hardback in fine condition. No marks to any page, clean and bright, tight even binding. Black and red cloth boards with minimal shelf wear. In its original, unclipped dust wrapper with light shelf wear, a little tanning to rear, a hint of sunning to spine. A lovely copy. Items are dispatched the same or the following working day. Please note our excellent customer feedback.


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