Pompei As It Was As It Is

Author: Bagot Gosset Francis Molesworth
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Guida Agli Scavi Di Pompei Ricostruita Su Pellicola Trasparente Ediz Inglese

Author: Lozzi Roma
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ISBN: 9788884381293
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Pompei Ercolano Ediz Inglese

Author: Stefano Giuntoli
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ISBN: 9788870097382
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Pompei The City Its Life Art

Author: Pierre Gusman
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Pompei

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History Of The Sanctuary Of Pompei

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Gladiators At Pompeii

Author: Luciana Jacobelli
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Illustrated with striking Pompeian depictions of these ancient combatants, Gladiators at Pompeii presents a complete picture of the gladiators of the Roman Empire and the highly organized and regulated tournaments in which they competed. Luciana Jabobelli reveals the latest evidence on the best-documented categories of gladiators, their origins, social status, equipment, and training. Originally staged for the funeral rights of prominent Roman citizens, gladiatorial games eventually became a tool for career politicians to both gain popularity and appease the often turbulent masses. While most gladiators were slaves or prisoners of war forced into a career of battle, others were criminals or free men from prominent families who aspired to fame and fortune. Surprisingly, there are even records of women gladiators.