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  • Goddesses, Whores, Wives and Slaves by Sarah B. Pomeroy


    Pimlico, 1994. UK paperback. 21.5cm by 13.5cm, 265 pages. Sub-titled “Women in Classical Antiquity,” Mary Beard describes this as “The classic, groundbreaking account of women’s lives in Greece and Rome…” Condition: Crease to front cover plus slight edge-wear to covers and browning with age to pages.

  • Memoirs of Hadrian by Marguerite Yourcenar


    Penguin, 2000. Reprint Penguin Modern Classics. 19.5cm by 13cm illustrated wraps, 288 pages. Introduction by Paul Bailey who writes of this novel: “a timeless masterpiece…every page is informed by her profound scholarship…” Condition: Slight shelf-wear with light browning with age to page edges. Appears unread.

  • Tacitus Agricola, Clarendon Press 1953


    Tacitus Agricola edited by H Furneaux Roman history book. Second edition published Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1953. The title page reads “Cornelii Taciti de Vita Agricolae edited by H. Furneaux Second Edition Revised and Largely Rewritten by J.G.C. Anderson with contributions by the late Professor F Haverfield.” This hardback book measures 19cm by 13cm…