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1 Freeman, Edward Augustus THE HISTORY OF SICILY FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES
Burt Franklin 1965 Hardcover Fine with no dust jacket 
Reprint, originally published Oxford: 1891. Likely published 1965; 4 Volume Set. Burt Franklin Research & Source Work Series 95.; Vol. I, 609 pages; Vol. II, 583 pages; Vol. III, 749 pages; Vol. IV, 551 pages. This was the definitive history of ancient Sicily from the earliest times to the death of Agathokles (361-289 B. C. , ruler of Syracuse) by the leading English-speaking authority of the late 19th century, Edward A. Freeman, who also wrote the Encyclopedia Britannica article on Sicily. Each volume contains occasional one-page black-and white topographic maps to illustrate battle locales and dominions of tyrants; Volume I also contains a fold-out frontispiece map of the Island (see picture). Volume I-The Native Nations: the Phoenicians and Greek Settlements; Volume II-From the Beginning of Greek Settlement to the Beginning of Athenian Intervention; Volume III-The Athenian and Carthaginian Invasions; Volume IV-From the Tyranny of Dionysius to the death of Agathokles, edited from posthumous Mss. With Supplements and Notes by Arthur J. Evans. Each volume contains a separate index. 
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