Softcover. NY, Stewart Tabori & Chang, reprint, 1997, Softcover, 169 pages, illustrated in color. An authority on Pompeii and the ancient Roman Empire takes readers on a tour of Pompeii, examining every aspect of the city and its people. This presentation of over 80 amazingly diverse works of erotic art from Pompeii and nearby Herculaneum accompanies a meticulous text which discusses the works in detail, emphasizing elements of composition, style, origin, and the mythological or real-life influences that inspired their creation. 159 color photos by Antonia Mulas.
Hardcover. London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1st, 1970, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover, 320 pages. 49 plates & illustrations + 8 maps. The story of the Treveri, a Gaulish tribe encountered in the pages of Julius Caesar (to whom they caused considerable trouble), tracing from historical and archaeological sources the many changes caused by the process of Romanization. Clean, in a bright dust jacket.