More is known about everyday life in Graeco-Roman Egypt (332BC to AD395) than in any other Greek or Roman territory, largely owing to the thousands of papyri discovered in the rubbish tips of ancient towns at the beginning of this century. This book looks at the archaeology of this period within the context of this information, and covers settlements from Alexandria to small villages.
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