The Great Palace Of Constantinople

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Kessinger Publishing, 2004 - History - 392 pages
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1893. In the following account of the Palace of Constantinople, the Hippodrome, and the neighboring Augustaion, I often recall the difficulties of the task. Students of the Palace as it is presented in the latest works of Greek and Western writers, can form some idea of the confused nature of the subject, which, indeed, none admit more frequently than the writers themselves.

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