Roman Roads Of Europe By N.H.H. Sitwell


    It's a lovely book, but it's a little thin. While it gives a good talk about Roman Roads in the beginning, it then turns into a long and yet still brief description of the provinces; I say both long and brief because there's a lot to describe, and the book goes into almost no depth on any given location. Lightly interesting, it was something that I picked up and put down for months (I actually started reading it some years back, but only read a few pages here and there, and finally decided I would finish it a few pages at a time a few months back. The size made it too big to just carry about with me and wrap up fast.) 240

    Roman Roads Of Europe

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