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Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) is best known as the author of Gone With The Wind, one of the best known (and best selling) novels in American literature.

Margaret Mitchell Author of Gone With The Wind. Born: November Atlanta, GA Died: August Atlanta, GA Spouse: John Marsh (m. Upshaw (m. Awards: Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, National Book Award for Novel

Slavery in the Roman World by Sandra R. Joshel

Slavery in the Roman World (Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization) Used Book in Good Condition

Collar de esclavo Hierro, romano, 4-6 de siglo dC La inscripción dice "He huido; abrázame Cuando tú me has vuelto a mi amo, Zoninus, recibirá una moneda de oro.". Este fue sellado alrededor del cuello del esclavo así que no había manera de quitárselo.

Iron slave collar, Roman, fourth-sixth century CE. The inscription says "I have run away; hold me. When you return me to my master, Zoninus, you will receive a gold coin (solidus)." Going in Ancient History and Archaeology

Las principales invasiones de los bárbaros. Quinientos años de conflicto que acabaron con la disolución del mayor imperio jamás conocido.

Las principales invasiones de los bárbaros. Quinientos años de conflicto que acabaron con la disolución del mayor imperio jamás conocido.

The Veneti were a Celtic people who lived in Brittany, in the area known as Armorica, the most powerful of those who dwelt there. They settled in the south of the country, along the Bay of Morbihan, where coastal forts built at the tide changed into islands.  They controlled trade in the region and Britain, so they got possessed such wealth currency. Needless to say, this soon attracted the attention of the Romans, particularly Julius Caesar, always the greedy bastard for other peoples…

"A sailing ship of the Veneti is boarded by Romano Gallic auxiliaires fron the Aedui. Morbihan Bay, the Atlantic coast of France, 56 BC", Angus McBride