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Historical Wonders Rome Coliseum Bookends

Coliseum Bookends

 

Not only do bookends fill a need to hold your books in place, they also serve to make your bookshelves more interesting. This fabulous pair of bookends depict the Coliseum arch in Rome. Cast in resin and beautifully finished to look like stone. From The Historical Wonders collection.

Its true name is Anfiteatro Flavio, everybody knows it by the name of Coliseum and it is the symbol itself of the city of Rome in the world. It was built in 72 A. D. by Vespasian and finished eight years after by his son Titus. The Coliseum was comparable, for its time, to our stadiums of today.

Measures 6.5" high, 5" wide and 3.5" deep.

 

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Item #P5642D
Coliseum Bookends
Price: $56.00
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