An Ancient Roman Spa at Mezzomiglio, Chianciano Terme, Tuscany, Volume II, Material Culture and Reconstructions 2002-2010⁄Antiche Terme Romane a Mezzomiglio, Chianciano Terme, Toscana, Volume II, Cultura materiale e Ricostruzioni 2002-2010 by Paola Mecchia and David Soren

Edlund-Berry, Ingrid
May 2012
Etruscan Studies;May2012, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p111
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