Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero. Henryk Sienkiewicz.
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero
Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero

Quo Vadis: A Narrative Of The Time Of Nero

Hery Altemus, Philadelphia, Altemus' Edition, 1897. Illustrated by M. De Lipman. Hery Altemus, Philadelphia, Altemus' Edition, 1897. Translator. Dr. S. A. Binion (author of Ancient Egypt) Illustrated by M. De Lipman. Gray paper over boards, silver and blue lettering, beautiful design of tower in silver and shades of green. NO DJ. Sienkiewicz studied the Roman Empire extensively before writing the novel, with the aim of getting historical details correct. Consequently, several historical figures appear in the book. As a whole, the novel carries a pro-Christian message.
Quo Vadis: A Narrative of the Time of Nero, commonly known as Quo Vadis, is a historical novel written by Henryk Sienkiewicz in Polish. "Quo vadis, Domine?" is Latin for "Where are you going, Lord?" and appears in Chapter 69 of the novel[2] in a retelling of a story from the apocryphal Acts of Peter, in which Peter flees Rome but on his way meets Jesus. VeryGood / NO DJ. Item #658

Hery Altemus, Philadelphia, Altemus' Edition, 1897. Translator. Dr. S. A. Binion (author of Ancient Egypt) Illustrated by M. De Lipman. VERY GOOD, clean and bright with the exception slight bumps and two dark spot on front cover (did not attempt to clean, not enough experience yet, working on it), book is solid, very slight shelf wear. Gray paper over boards, silver and blue lettering, beautiful design of tower in silver and shades of green. NO DJ.

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