Very Good. No Dj. pp. x 337."The chief purpose of this book is to show how burials may be used as a uniquely informative source for Greek and Roman social history. Burials permit a far wider range of inference and insight than the literary texts produced by and for a narrow social elite, and by studying them in depth...8vo.
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Very Good + First printing, trade paperback, has slight bumps to spine ends and front corners with very faint crease near lower corner, very slight wear to edges and rear corners, and a touch of very slight rubbing, otherwise a clean, solid VG+ copy.
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