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A Roman villa : inside story. A Roman villa : inside story. by. Morley, Jacqueline.
A Roman villa : inside story. Country homes - Rome - Juvenile literature, Country life - Rome - Juvenile literature, Country homes, Country life - Rome, Country life, Rome (Empire), Rome - Social life and customs. New York : Peter Bedrick Books. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station16. cebu on May 15, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
History and architecture combine to bring the past to life .
Inside Story Series Jacqueline Morley. A Roman Villa" tells the story of a wealthy family who moves into a new villa in central Italy during the Second Century . This book chronicles their lives and also tells the story of the slaves and servants who worked on their estate. It is a simple, well told story that is appropriate for children in the 4-6th grade.
Find nearly any book by Jacqueline Morley. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Shakespeare's Theatre (Inside Story). by Jacqueline Morley. ISBN 9780750026147 (978-0-7500-2614-7) Softcover, Hodder Wayland, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Shakespeare's Theatre (Inside Story)'.
ISBN 10: 0872263606 ISBN 13: 9780872263604. Publisher: Peter Bedrick Books, 1992.
Jacqueline Morley studied English at Oxford University. She has taught English and History and has a special interest in history of everyday life. She has written numerous children's books about work, play, fashion, and daily life, past and present, and has won the Times Educational Supplement Book Award.
Spectacular Visual Guides. By (author) Jacqueline Morley, Illustrated by John James.
Lullingstone Roman Villa is a villa built during the Roman occupation of Britain, situated near the village of Eynsford in Kent, south eastern England
Lullingstone Roman Villa is a villa built during the Roman occupation of Britain, situated near the village of Eynsford in Kent, south eastern England. Constructed in the 1st century, perhaps around A. D. 80, the house was repeatedly expanded and occupied until it was destroyed by fire in the 5th century. The occupants were wealthy Romans or native Britons who had adopted Roman customs.
For kids, with lots of pictures. Ancient Rome (Eyewitness Books), by Simon James (2004). Also for kids, with lots of great photographs. The Roman Banquet : Images of Conviviality, by Katherine Dunbabin (2004).
A Roman Villa (Inside Story)'. The Tomb of Tutankhamun (Inside)'. You wouldn't want to live in a medieval castle!' - subject(s): Juvenile literature, Castles, Medieval Civilization, History.
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