If you order a book or catalog from my numismatic literature page, you may add in one of these for free plus the cost of extra shipping, which I will regard as $1 except for heavy books which may require more for extra shipping, as noted. 

So, the added cost to you of one these below will be $1, if you order something from

http://augustuscoins.com/index.html

Only ONE book per customer. 


Byzantium, "Great Ages of Man" picture book. GONE

Shorter Altas of the Classical World, harcover, small format. Cover was damp, but the contents are okay. 239 pages. Lots of pictures.

The Early Greeks, by R. J. Hopper. Hardcover. 1976. 257 pages and a few plates. Very good. Already GONE.

A History of Private Life, from Pagan Rome to Byzantium, edited by Paul Veyne. Hardcover. 670 pages. Very good condition No marks. Heavy. $2 shipping (not $1) for this one.  This book is $12.95 on Amazon. 

1066 and all That, by W.C. Seller and R. J. Yeatman.  Small hardcover. A humorous retelling of Engish history. I think you need to know some English history before you can tell what's funny and what is true and what is humerous exaggeration. 

The Spartans, Paul Cartledge. 2002. Paperback. 306 pages, a few pictures.

The Ancient Engineers: Technology and Invention from the Earliest Times to the Renaissance, by L. Sprague de Camp. 1960. B&N reprint. Hardcover. 408 pages.  [$2 extra GONE]

Plutarch, Fall of the Roman Republic, small format Penguin paperback book.  

Beyond the Inhabited World, by Anthony Thwaite. A 1977 hardcover slim (125 pages) book about Roman England. I read it today and thought it was well-illustrated and a very well done introduction.

 


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