A classic account of the dying days of the Roman Empire, and of its contributionto the development of Western culture.A classic account of the dying days of the Roman Empire, and of its contributionto the development of Western culture.Read Less
Fair in good dust jacket. Hardcover; (shelf C34); Fair condition; ex-library with usual stickers, stamps & markings; approx. 30 of 340 pages have underlining; some soiling to edges; mylar covering; shelfwear; 340 p. Includes: illustrations, index. (shelf C34); "Two principal themes dominate this work. One is that of decay and dissolution. The second theme is that of historical continuity: the beginnings of feudal units, the triumph of Christianity, & the transmutation of Roman culture";
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