A Photographic History of English Football by Tim. Hill

By Tim. Hill

История Английского футбола описана с использованием более four hundred фотографий. В книге приведены все основные факты, цифры и статистика.

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As described by the late, noted historian Lionel Casson, behind the driver sat “the courier, wearing a hooded traveling cloak and holding what seems to be a riding crop. ”21 On average, messengers like the one pictured on the grave marker traveled around 45 miles (72 km) a day. If the mission was urgent, however, they could go close to three times that distance per day. Clearly, they required lodging and food during their journeys, and the posting stations built along the main roads fulfilled that need.

These connected to a wood-burning, kiln-like furnace situated just outside the structure. 32 The inn also had a blacksmith’s shop, a shed for wagons, and a stable big enough to keep about a dozen horses or other animals. In some areas, especially where a major road passed through or near a town, travelers had a choice of eating places. If they did not wish to have their meals in an inn, they could go to a restaurant. All towns had small snack bars (thermopolia) that sold both hot and cold fast food.

In this passage, a slave is trying to tell one of the brothers where to find the other brother’s house. (pointing) Go right up that street. When you come there, there is a descent right opposite that goes downward. Go straight down that. Afterward, on this side (indicating with one hand), there is a chapel. Close by it is a narrow lane where there’s also a great wild fig tree. . You know the house of Cratinus, the rich man? When you have passed it, keep straight along that street on the left hand.

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