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Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Two Volume Set)
: Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Two Volume Set)
(): Ernest Nash
: A. Zwemmer Ltd
: 1961
: 1066
: English
: PDF
: 241 MB

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Printed on glossy stock with black and white illustrations on every page. Scholarly and comprehensive with descriptions and bibliographies for every site.
Ernest Nash (September 14, 1898 May 17, 1974) was a student of Roman architecture and pioneer of archaeological photography. Nash was born as Ernst Nathan, but later changed his name to Nash when he was living in the United States between 1939 and 1952. Nash first went to Italy on August 30, 1936 with a goal of documenting in photographs the ancient ruins of Rome, Ostia, and Pompeii. The main reason for fleeing Potsdam was the institution of the racial laws by Adolf Hitler. He emigrated to the United States in 1939, but returned to Italy in 1952 to continue his work. He established the Fototeca Unione archive at the American Academy in Rome in 1957 and served as its director.







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