5 edition of How they lived in cities long ago found in the catalog.
How they lived in cities long ago
R. J. Unstead
Describes the buildings, layout, and everyday living conditions of seven ancient cities located in present-day India, Egypt, Iraq, Turkey, China, Italy, and Mexico.
|Statement||R.J. Unstead ; [editor, Adrian Sington].|
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