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T Fisher Unwin, publisher, London, 1901. hardcover, 5½" x 8" (no jacket issued). Previous owner's name ('William Cathels') to Preface page. Front and rear joints partly exposed. Book in GOOD condition. Thirty-four b&w illustrations and photographic frontis ('St Peters'). Few of the thousands of visitors who flock to the Eternal City have the patience to peruse its ancient history. Without some knowledge of Rome's chequered annals during the Middle Ages it is impossible to appreciate and enjoy a large part of its archaeological and artistic treasures. This book records the most striking incidents in the history of the city between 1073 and 1600.