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Firebaugh, W. C.


Inns of Greece and Rome




Frank M. Morris










1st edition, Numbered #590 of 600






Ever wonder what travel in ancient times involved, especially in Rome and Greece? "Reading of the hostelries of Greece and Rome as disclosed in the classic and post-classic writings of these lands, where the good old tradition of hospitality was often so grossly abused, one is left to wonder if it was not after all the exception that secured attention, if the honest
keeper of the clean tavern, with its warmest welcome and savory food, was not in all ages performing his pious duty to his guests, simply and unostentatiously and unmentioned,
while his ill favored competitor with his tricks of misrepresentation, adulteration, and secret theft caught the attention of poet and prose writer, who justly found him guilty of an inhumanity which stands forth as a sacrilege to the race." From the "Introduction" by Wallace Rice.

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