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I'm not convinced that books like this are really amenable to reviews. It mostly comes down to the quality of references, and quite a lot of them are primary sources, so that's good -- at the very least, you know what the Roman authors would want you to know. It would be nice to have sources for some of the secondary sources, since it is an Oxford University Press book, but so be it. It's a book of trivia, and if you're an ancient history buff, you'll probably like it. Hard to say much else.
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