By David Magie
What is understood of the growth of the Roman Empire in Asia and adjoining lands to the East among 133 B.C. and A.D. 285 is gifted right here in a finished association of all of the latest scholarship. an expert within the box of historical background and archaeology, Mr. Magie offers an intensive account of political and monetary stipulations during this interval. quantity 1 comprises the text.
Originally released in 1950.
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