Series: Storia del mondo antico

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Storia del Mondo Antico. Volume primo. Preistoria e nascita delle civiltà in Oriente. by I. E. S. Edwards1
Storia del Mondo Antico. Volume secondo. L'apogeo delle civiltà orientali: Egitto, Mesopotamia, Egeo. by I. E. S. Edwards2
Storia del Mondo Antico. Volume terzo. La crisi e la restaurazione dei regni orientali. Nascita della civiltà greca. by I. E. S. Edwards3
The Cambridge Ancient History Volume IV The Persian Empire and The West by J. B. Bury4
The Cambridge Ancient History: Volume 5, Athens 478-401 BC (v. 5) by J. B. Bury5
Storia del Mondo Antico. Volume sesto. L'espansione romana nel Mediterraneo. by S. A. Cook6
Storia del Mondo Antico. Volume settimo. La crisi della repubblica romana. by S. A. Cook7
The Cambridge Ancient History, Vol. 10: The Augustan Empire 44 B.C.- A.D.70 (v. 10) by S. A. Cook8
The Cambridge Ancient History: Vol. IX by S. A. Cook9

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  1. The Cambridge Ancient History: Volume VII The Hellenistice Monarchies and the Rise of Rome (v. 7) by S. A. Cook (1928)
  2. The Cambridge Ancient History Volume 2, Part 1: The Middle East and the Aegean Region, c.1800-1380 BC by I. E. S. Edwards (1973)
  3. The Cambridge Ancient History Volume 9: The Last Age of the Roman Republic, 146-43 BC by J. A. Crook (1932)
  4. The Cambridge Ancient History Volume 1, Part 1: Prolegomena and Prehistory by I. E. S. Edwards (1970)
  5. History of Rome by Theodor Mommsen (1932)
  6. The New Cambridge Modern History 11: Material Progress and World-Wide Problems 1870-98 by F. H. Hinsley (1962)
  7. A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine by M. Cary (1938)
  8. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1899)
  9. Moral Vision in the Histories of Polybius by Arthur M. Eckstein (1994)
  10. The Cambridge Ancient History: Fourth Volume of Plates by C. T. Seltman (1930)
  11. The Civilization of Rome by Donald R. Dudley (1960)
  12. The Oxford Classical Dictionary by Simon Hornblower (1949)
  13. A History of Rome to A.D. 565 by Arthur Edward Romilly Boak (1935)
  14. The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World by Brian Campbell (2013)
  15. Sparta and Lakonia: A Regional History 1300-362 BC by Paul Cartledge (1979)

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