Pagan and Christian Rome
by Rodolfo Lanciani
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1893
Number of pages: 484
A very complete and detailed volume discussing Rome and how it evolved through time. Contents: transformation of Rome from a Pagan into a Christian city; Pagan shrines and temples; Christian churches; imperial tombs; Papal tombs; Pagan cemeteries; Christian cemeteries. Profusely illustrated throughout with 26 full page illustrations and over 90 illustrations in the text.
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