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January 1999
Calliope;Jan99, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p47
Lists resources on the history of Rome and Carthage, as well as the exploits of Hannibal Barca. Books include `The Ancient City: Life in Classical Athens & Rome,' by Peter Connolly and Hazel Dodge; `Hannibal,' by Robert Green; CD-ROM game Age of Empires; Video program Roman Art and Architecture.


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