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Byzantium - The Empire Of The New Rome

by Mango, Cyril

Condition: Very Good


London: Phoenix. Very Good. 1994. Reprint; First Printing. Paperback. 1857991303 . 334 pages; Very Good condition. Very light reading creases. Solid, clean. Founded by the emperor Constantine the Great in AD 324 as the new Rome, the city of Constanople was to become the centre of the powerful, vast, heterogeneous Byzantine world. Trade Paperback. .


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