An Essay On the Roman Villas of the Augustan Age: Their Architectural Disposition and Enrichments; and On the Remains of Roman Domestic Edifices Disco (Paperback)
Journey back in time to ancient Rome with this insightful study of Roman villas from the Augustan Age. The author explores the design, decoration, and function of these luxurious residences, revealing the social and cultural context in which they were created. Lavishly illustrated with detailed drawings and photographs, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in Roman history and architecture.
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