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Pompeii popular and practical

Eustace Neville-Rolfe

Pompeii popular and practical

an easy book on a difficult subject

by Eustace Neville-Rolfe

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Published by Emil Prass, Sampson Low, Marston in Naples, London .
Written in English


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Statementby Eustace Neville-Rolfe
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 220, 12 p. :
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24989836M

Pompeii was a fortress city set a quarter mile from the sea, the harbor beneath it. The wall was no longer continuous because the city leaders had dropped their guard because of the roman peace. Craftsmen were working continuously on marble pillars on the temple. Pompeii through the eye of Roman expert, Mary Beard. Heavy on detail, this book isn’t the story of how Pompeii was buried during the eruption of 79AD, but what life in Pompeii like before. Using evidence collected during its excavation, Beard builds a picture of life, work, religion and art with incredible detail and lots of humour/5().

  The city of Pompeii was destroyed on the 24th August 79 AD. Mount Vesuvius erupted, a little after midday, and buried the city and many of its inhabitants under 20 feet of ash and pumice. Latter-day excavations have revealed .   Pompeii is certainly one of the most well-known archeological sites open to visitors in the world. According to statistics, over million people visit the ruins of Pompeii every year!. If you are fascinated by Roman history, this ancient city–destroyed and buried for centuries after the 79 AD eruption of Mount Vesuvius–is definitely a must-see destination.

  Attilius—decent, practical, and incorruptible—promises Pliny, the famous scholar who commands the navy, that he can repair the aqueduct before the reservoir runs dry. His plan is to travel to Pompeii and put together an expedition, then head out to the place where he believes the fault lies. Guide Book: Pompeii and Herculaneum. In the shadow of Vesuvius. The Guide to Pompeii and Herculaneum by Vision – Past & Present contains the history of Pompeii, Herculaneum and their temples and monuments, told on a fascinating journey through the ruins. A guide full of curiosity, images and historical information about Mount Vesuvius and its famous eruption, which in AD .


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Pompeii, Popular And Practical: An Easy Book On A Difficult Subject Author: Eustace Neville-Rolfe. Pompeii is a novel by Robert Harris, published by Random House in It blends historical fiction with the real-life eruption of Mount Vesuvius on 24 August 79 AD, which overwhelmed Pompeii and its surrounding environs.

The novel is notable for its references to various aspects of volcanology and use of the Roman calendar. [citation needed] Ina film version of the Author: Robert Harris. I recently read classicist Mary Beard's fascinating non-fiction book on Pompeii. This novel by Robert Harris is in many ways a nice complement to that, especially since it is narrated by a Roman engineer responsible for the aqueduct that supplied water to the coastal towns on the Bay of Naples, Pompeii among them/5.

Full text of "Pompeii popular and practical: an easy book on a difficult subject" See other formats. Pompeii popular and practical book popular and practical: an easy book on a difficult subject by Neville Rolfe, Eustace, Publication date Topics Pompeii (Extinct city) Publisher Naples: F.

Furchheim Collection getty; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neville Rolfe, Eustace, Pompeii popular and practical. Naples: F. Furchheim, (OCoLC) This book was chosen to coincide with my visit to Pompeii. I finished reading it as the wheels touched down at Luton Airport.

And what a great read it was. Harris lists, in three pages at the end of the book, all of his sources of research, including the classicist Mary Beard's nonfiction book, also called by: 1. Attilius—decent, practical, and incorruptible—promises Pliny, the famous scholar who commands the navy, that he can repair the aqueduct before the reservoir runs dry.

His plan is to travel to Pompeii and put together an expedition, then head out to the place where he believes the fault : Random House Publishing Group. Pompeii by Robert Harris pp, Hutchinson, £ The ability to disguise the outcome is held to be a vital part of the thriller writer's art.

Attilius—decent, practical, and incorruptible—promises Pliny, the famous scholar who commands the navy, that he can repair the aqueduct before the reservoir runs dry. His plan is to travel to Pompeii and put together an expedition, then head out to.

The name of the book would never even let you know it would be designed for use as a guide book, but this is the tag line for the book, that I think says it all: "Few other archaeological sites in the world rival Pompeii for the amount of information it reveals about.

pompeii guide book pdf et Archive BookReader - Three hours in Pompeii a real and practical guide-book compiled in harmony with description given by Bulwer Lytton in his work. Buy Naples, Pompeii the Amalfi Coast Travel Guide direct from Lonely Planet.

best pompeii guide book Theres also a good PDF here. This book by Guzzo is out. - Academic, Children's & General Interest publications.

See more ideas about Pompeii, Books and Pompeii and herculaneum pins. The ancient Roman concept of religion was very different from the modern view of religion. First of all, Roman religion was polytheistic: many different gods and goddesses were respected, honored.

Two kinds of reading are helpful for visitors to Pompeii. Rick Steve's Italy has useful information for trip planning, with good suggestions about reasonably priced and atmospheric hotels, restaurants, and detailed information about getting around on public transportation.

His directions for the Museo Nazionale in Naples (where many of the artifacts from the Pompeii. Pompeii (pŏmpā´, Ital. pōmpĕ´ē), ancient city of S Italy, a port near Naples and at the foot of Mt.

ly an old Oscan settlement, it was a Samnite city for centuries before it passed under Roman rule at the time of Lucius Cornelius Sulla (1st cent.

There are several ways to visit Pompeii: on a pre-booked guided tour, to hire a Pomeii guide on the spot (the going rate is € and official Pompeii tour guides are identified by a badge and certified as guides by the Campania region), to rent a Pompeii audio guide (which is simply a recording of Pompeii’s Little Red Book that hawkers.

The world famous Pompeii is miles south of Rome, fairly close to Naples. It is a long day from Rome or an easy excursion from Naples or the very popular holiday area around Sorrento.

Many people combine their trip to Pompeii in one full day with Mount Vesuvius, the famous volcano. Pompeii, the archaeological site, is part of Pompeii, a. I read, The Buried City of Pompeii. It told the story of the ancient volcanoe Vesuvious through the eyes of Eros, one of the skeletons in the stewards quarters of The House of the Menander.

The auther writes about Eros' day, as well as what happened after the city was buried. It has good pictures/5(5). Reader's Guide 'It struck me that Rome might be a way to write about America' —Robert Harris Robert Harris had initially set out to write about a utopia gone wrong, set in the future and created by a giant American corporation, he even originally researched the Walt Disney 'empire'.

Attilius—decent, practical, and incorruptible—promises Pliny, the famous scholar who commands the navy, that he can repair the aqueduct before the reservoir runs dry. His plan is to travel to Pompeii and put together an expedition, then head out to /5(60).Reading the Writing on Pompeii’s Walls To better understand the ancient Roman world, one archaeologist looks at the graffiti, love notes and poetry alike, left behind by Pompeians.I tell you what, I just bought a guide book from one of the stalls outside the scavi entrance.

It's called "Pompeii: The guide to the archaelogical site" ISBN It has a map inside and did the job brilliantly for price on the book itself says 11 euros, however, the guy at the stall sold it to me for 10 and I didn't even ask him about that!