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Series: Vita e costumi dei Romani antichi

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Le abitudini alimentari dei romani by Antonietta Dosi1
Pasti e vasellame da tavola by Antonietta Dosi2
I romani in cucina by Antonietta Dosi3
Vita e costumi dei romani antichi La religione by Chini Paola9
Il supplizio come spettacolo by Cinzia Vismara11
Spazio e tempo by Antonietta Dosi14
Libri e biblioteche by Fabrizio Pesando17
Giochi e giocattoli (Vita e costumi dei romani antichi) by Eugenia Salza Prina Ricotti18

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Series description

Collana promossa dal Museo della Civiltà Romana con il patrocinio della Presidenza del Consiglio Regionale del Lazio.

Direzione scientifica: G. Pisani Sartorio, A. Liberati Silverio


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