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This fresh and engaging book looks at each of the Roman emperors from Julius Caesar in 44 bc to Romulus Augustulus in ad 476, illuminating not only the manner of their deaths but what their final days tell us about their lives.
- ISBN: 978-953-7177-70-6
- Year of the edition: 2013
- Number of pages: 224
- Cover: hard
- Original title: Keizers sterven niet in bed
- Original language: Dutch
- Translation: Snježana Cimić
- Dimensions: 140x210 mm
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