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by Robert Bator

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Bator, Robert. Runestone Press, 2000. 63 pp., Hardcover. Grade 2-6.
From the Byzantines to the Ottoman Empire, this book reviews culture, art, architecture, holidays, traditions, and dress from the ancient to the modern. This book includes full color illustrations, descriptive captions, and a timeline of history. Part of the Cities Through Time
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From the Byzantines to the Ottoman Empire, this book reviews culture, art, architecture, holidays, traditions, and dress from the ancient to the modern. This book includes full color illustrations, descriptive captions, and a time line of history. Part of the Cities Through Time collection.
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A historical exploration of events and daily life in Istanbul in both ancient and modern times.

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A historical exploration of events and daily life in Istanbul in both ancient and modern times.

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