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Imperial Rome (1926)
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    To Hellenism---3 Miles (3 Reviews)
    The Heritage of Greece and the Legacy of Rome, by E.B. Osborn
    1. The Heritage of Greece and the Legacy of Rome by E.B. Osborn
    2. Hellas: Travels in Greece by George M. Brandes
    3. Imperial Rome by Martin P. Nilsson
    The New Republic, September 29, 1926, p. 165
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    History
    1. The Benedictines by Edouard Schneider
    2. The Evolution of Parliament by A.F. Pollard
    3. Imperial Rome by Martin P. Nilsson
    4. The Pope by Jean Carrere
    5. A History of Russia by S.F. Platonov
    The Saturday Review, July 24, 1926, p. 956
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    Check List of New Books (7 Reviews)
    History
    1. History of Human Society by Frank W. Blackmar
    2. A Short History of the Inquisition
    3. Imperial Rome by Martin P. Nilsson
    4. The Mind of the Negro as Reflected in Letters Written During the Crisis, 1800-1860 by Carter Godwin Woodson
    5. The Yarn of a Yankee Privateer by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    6. The Business Life of Ancient Athens by George M. Calhoun
    7. An Outline History of China by Herbert H. Gowen and Josef Washington Hall
    The American Mercury, October 1926
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    The Art in Painting, by Albert C. Barnes
    1. The Art in Painting by Albert C. Barnes
    2. The Magnificent Idler by Cameron Rogers
    3. The Sacred Tree by Arthur Waley and Lady Murasaki
    4. The Romantic Theory of Poetry by A.E. Powell
    5. Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925 by D.S. Mirsky
    6. The Romance of Design by Garnet Warren and Horace Bushnell Cheney
    7. Imperial Rome by Martin P. Nilsson
    8. Letters from William Blake to Thomas Butts by William Blake
    The Nation, August 25, 1926, p. 180