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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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- Preface by the editor
- Explanation of geographic names from sacred Scriptures
- Political histories of cities and countries
- Illustrations and indexes
- Title: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography
- Editor: William Smith
- Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 2,508
About William Smith
William Smith (1813–1893) was educated in classical literature, Greek, and Latin—from that foundation, he turned his attention to lexicography. Smith was the editor of five subject dictionaries, including the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, and Smith’s Bible Dictionary. He was the editor of the Quarterly Review from 1867 until his death.