Phillippe Ariès

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Cover: A History of Private Life, Volume I: From Pagan Rome to ByzantiumA History of Private Life, Volume I: From Pagan Rome to ByzantiumVeyne, Paul
Goldhammer, Arthur
Ariès, Phillippe
Duby, Georges
PAPERBACK09/01/1992$59.50
Cover: A History of Private Life, Volume II: Revelations of the Medieval WorldA History of Private Life, Volume II: Revelations of the Medieval WorldDuby, Georges
Goldhammer, Arthur
Ariès, Phillippe
Duby, Georges
PAPERBACK03/15/1993$59.50
Cover: A History of Private Life, Volume III: Passions of the RenaissanceA History of Private Life, Volume III: Passions of the RenaissanceChartier, Roger
Goldhammer, Arthur
Ariès, Phillippe
Duby, Georges
PAPERBACK10/15/1993$59.50
Cover: A History of Private Life, Volume IV: From the Fires of Revolution to the Great WarA History of Private Life, Volume IV: From the Fires of Revolution to the Great WarPerrot, Michelle
Goldhammer, Arthur
Ariès, Phillippe
Duby, Georges
PAPERBACK03/15/1994$59.50
Cover: A History of Private Life, Volume V: Riddles of Identity in Modern TimesA History of Private Life, Volume V: Riddles of Identity in Modern TimesProst, Antoine
Vincent, Gérard
Goldhammer, Arthur
Ariès, Phillippe
Duby, Georges
PAPERBACK07/15/1998$54.00
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