the Roman Banquet : Images of Conviviality
Dunbabin, Katherine M. D.

Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2003 First edition Tall octavo (standard size).Slight wear to edges and corners of dj and boards. 290 p. w/ many illus., bibliography, glossary, indices, and extensive notes. A detailed study of Roman dining, examining differences between Greek and Roman dining, social aspects, dining and death, changing fashions, and banquet art in early Christianity. Very good Hardcover (Item ID: g16742)


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