Famous Firsts in the Ancient Greek and Roman World
McFarland, 2000 - 154 páginas
Lists discoveries and "firsts" from the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome, from Aeneas's first wife to the first Roman to cultivate oysters, arranged in categories such as politics and law, mythology, literature, and military affairs.
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