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Author: John Bonner
ISBN: 1437449166
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 316 pages
Publisher Kessinger Publishing, LLC (January 13, 2009)
Language English
Category: Other
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Harper & brothers, 1856. Стр. 315 - HARPER'S STORY BOOKS. A Series of Narratives, Biographies, and Tales, for the Instruction and Entertainment of the Young.

Harper & brothers, 1856. Embellished with more than One Thousand beautiful Engravings. Square 4to, complete in 12 large Volumes, or 36 small ones.

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Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. There were many temples at Rome, but as they long ago crumbled into dust, we know little or no thing about them. There was an aqueduct, called the Appian Aqueduct after its builder, an old Ro man named Aprwe claudius, about whom there were many famous stories. This aqueduct brought water to the city from a source eight miles off. And there was a great drain, which, I think, was the most wonderful work of ancient Rome.

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