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STORIE & RIME - STORIE D'ITALIA PRIMA DELL'ITALIA
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STORIE & RIME - STORIE D'ITALIA PRIMA DELL'ITALIA

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Product ID: 9788866561910
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AUTHOR: Stefano Bordiglioni
ILLUSTRATOR: Fabiano Fiorin
PUBLISHER: Einaudi Ragazzi Editore
YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2014
GENRE: Educational, Historical Narrative
RECOMMENDED AGE: 6+ (Native Italian Language Speakers); Yr.9+ (Italian Second Language Speakers)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 140
FORMAT: Paperback 13.5cm x 19cm
LANGUAGE: Italian

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Umbri. Enotri. Etruschi. Liguri. Latini... Questi erano i nomi di alcuni dei primi popoli che vennero a stabilirsi in Italia, alcuni duemila anni prima che Roma desse vita al suo impero. Come vivevano? Che cosa pensavano quelle antiche genti? Queste piccole storie raccontano la vita, le paure, i desideri e i sogni di quegli uomini venuti da lontano, dai quali noi probabilmente discendiamo.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
Umbrians, Enotrians, Etruscans, Ligurians, Latins ... These were the names of some of the first peoples who came to settle in Italy, some two thousand years before Rome gave birth to his empire. How did they live? What did those ancient people think? These little stories tell the life, fears, desires and dreams of those men who came from afar, from which we probably descend.

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