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Magick City: Travellers to Rome from the Middle Ages to 1900: Volume 2

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Magick City: Travellers to Rome from the Middle Ages to 1900: Volume 2 by Ronald T. Ridley
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The most comprehensive anthology of writings by visitors to the eternal city ever compiled. Witty, profound and endlessly entertaining. Drawing on French, Italian, Spanish, English and American sources, many hitherto neglected, Ronald Ridley has compiled an endlessly vivid and thought-provoking collage-portrait of Rome through the centuries, illustrated with over 200 images and published in three elegant volumes: The Middles Ages to the Seventeenth Century, The Eighteenth Century and The Nineteenth Century, each complete with full index and bibliography.

Author Biography

Ronald T. Ridley first taught at the University of Sydney, then at the University of Melbourne, retiring in 2005 from a personal chair. His research interests concentrate on Egyptian and Roman history, historiography and archaeology. He is the author of some fifteen books, including a history of Rome, a translation of Zosimus, biographies of Bernardino Drovetti and Carlo Fea, and The Eagle and the Spade (the archaeology of Rome 1808-1814). He is a Fellow of the Antiquaries' Society, the Royal Historical Society, the Pontifical Academy of Roman Archaeology, and the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
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October 4th, 2018
Pages
300
Illustrations
90 illustrations
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Pallas Athene
ISBN-13
9781843681397
Product ID
26881692

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