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Medieval Constantinople

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3 out of 5
Based on 2 Ratings and 1 Reviews

Book Description
A visitors' guide to Constantinople in 1024, including what to see, where to stay, and what to eat, with sidebars on such topics as Emperor Constantine, the Hagia Sophia, and a drink made of roasted beans from Kaffa.
Book Information
PublisherLucent Books
BindingHardcover
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages96
ISBN-101590182499
ISBN-13978-1590182499
Publication Date02/28/2003
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About James Barter (Author) : James Barter is a published author of books for the general public and public schools.A native of Berkeley California, James graduated from UC berkeley followed by the University of Pennsylvania, He ... more
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