The Life of Rome: Illustrative Passages from Latin Literature. Selected and translated by H. L. Rogers and T. R. Harley. Being an English edition revised and amplified of Roman Home Life and Religion. Pp. xii + 264. With 20 illustrations of Roman antiquities and sites. Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, 1927. 6s. net [Book Review]
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