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A comprehensive survey of Crete from its conquest by Metallus in 69 BC to its fall to the Arabs in 824 AD. Epigraphic, literary and archaeological evidence are combined to present a picture of the area and its administration. With a gazetteer of known sites and monuments.
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Book Description Aris & Philips Ltd, 1982. Soft cover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Roman Crete. An Archaeological Survey and Gazetteer of Late Hellenistic and Early Byzantine Crete by I.F. Sanders. Pp. xiv +185; 63 figures, 72 photoplates in text; folding map at back. Published by Aris & Philips, 1982. This is now a rare book for researchers interested in Roman Crete. It is out of print. Over the years Sander's work has become the foundation of Roman studies for Crete and this is a core reference book. This copy is used with some markings on the front and back covers and a little minor buffing on the corners. The map is present and fixed in its original position inside the back cover. This is an original copy of the book and is very collectable. Seller Inventory # 6820
Book Description Aris & Phillip, Ltd. (1982), Warminister, Wilts, England, 1982. orig. wrappers. Condition: Minor wear. VG. Textual photos & plans. (illustrator). 29x22cm, xiii,185 pp., Weighs 1 kilo. With a folding map loosely inserted. Contents: Administration & Organization; Settlement Patterns in Roman Crete; The Economy; Religion; Art; Architecture; Christian Basilicas; Conclusions. Seller Inventory # 026800