The Foreign Wars

The Foreign Wars

by Appian
     
 

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Appian of Alexandria (95 – 165 A.D.), was a Roman historian, known for his only surviving work, Roman History. The Foreign Wars is a series of books from Roman History describing, among others, the wars in Spain, the Hannibalic War, the Punic Wars, and the Syrian Wars. This edition is translated by Horace White.See more details below

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Appian of Alexandria (95 – 165 A.D.), was a Roman historian, known for his only surviving work, Roman History. The Foreign Wars is a series of books from Roman History describing, among others, the wars in Spain, the Hannibalic War, the Punic Wars, and the Syrian Wars. This edition is translated by Horace White.

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ISBN-13:
2940016543055
Publisher:
Charles River Editors
Publication date:
03/27/2013
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Format:
NOOK Book
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1,114,137
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