The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography is both a historical and a geographic work, providing political histories of countries and cities as well as histories of important architecture. Written by a team of the leading scholars and edited by William Smith, this is one of the first comprehensive guides to chronicle the ancient world. Arranged in alphabetical format by subject, this two-volume dictionary is an invaluable resource for pastors and students who want to know more about the ancient world and its political makeup.
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The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (vol. 1) contains historical and geographic references from “Abacaenum” through “Hytanis.”
The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (vol. 2) contains historical and geographic references from Iabadius through Zymethus.
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