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Book Title The decline and fall of the Roman empire : an abridged version.
Author Gibbon, Edward; Saunders, Dero A. (Ed.);
Subject World history
Descriptors Rome--History--Empire, 30 BC--476 AD; Byzantine Empire--History;
Call No DG311.G55
Description 'Gibbon is a kind of bridge that connects the ancient with the ancient with the modern ages, ' noted Thomas Carlyle. 'And how gorgeously does it swing across the gloomy and tumultuous chasm of these barbarous centuries.' Indeed, Gibbon, the supreme historian of the Enlightenment--the illustrious scholar who envisioned history as a branch of literature--seemed almost predestined to write his monumental account of the Roman Empire's terrible self-destruction. - Source: Google Books
Volume 0
Imprint New York: Penguin Books, 1981
ISBN 0-14-043189-6.
Edition NONE
Language Eng.
Total Copies 1
Issued 0
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