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Record ID marc_loc_updates/v36.i42.records.utf8:10136470:1296
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LEADER: 01296cam a2200361 a 4500
001   2006404117
003 DLC
005 20081015074820.0
008 060413s2006    enkb     b    000 0deng d
010    $a 2006404117
015    $aGBA641623$2bnb
016 $a013449513$2Uk
020    $a1841719196 (pbk.)
020    $a9781841719191
035    $a(OCoLC)ocm67868504
040    $aUKM$cUKM$dDLC
042    $aukblsr
043    $ae------$aff-----$aaw-----
050 00 $aDG295$b.F73 2006
082 04 $a937.07092$222
100 $aFraser, Trudie E.
245 10 $aHadrian as builder and benefactor in the western provinces /$cTrudie E. Fraser.
260    $aOxford, England :$bArchaeopress :$bAvailable from Hadrian Books,$c2006.
300    $aviii, 194 p., [7] folded leaves of plates:$bill., maps$c30 cm.
440  0 $aBAR international series ;$v1484
500    $aBased on the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Melbourne, Dept. of History, 2003.
500    $aFolded maps at the end of each chapter.
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 160-174).
600 00 $aHadrian,$cEmperor of Rome,$d76-138$xInfluence.
650  0 $aArchitecture, Roman.
650  0 $aCities and towns, Ancient$zRome.
650  0 $aRoads, Roman.
651  0 $aRome$xHistory$yHadrian, 117-138.