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The Great Invasion: How the Romans Conquered Britain by Leonard Cottrell - Paperback - 1963 - from The World of Rare Books and

The Great Invasion: How the Romans Conquered Britain

by Leonard Cottrell

Condition: Acceptable

Pan Books, 1963. Paperback. Acceptable. 1963. Third Printing. 255 pages. Pictorial paperback. Contains black and white photographic plates. Firm binding to clean, tanned pages and plates with bright copy throughout. Pencil to fep. Minor curling to corners. Usual shelf wear and markings to cards with tanning to spine and edges. Minor tears to spine ends exposing binding. Light rub wear to edges. Slight forward lean. Creasing to corners.


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