| Book cover art, source: Frontline Books.|
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- artists impressions: VII full-page, colour plates by Graham Sumner, plus numerous, smaller black and white drawings,
- artefacts: hundreds of photos of both general and detailed views); and
- ancient monuments: similarly with hundreds of photos from columns, monuments, friezes and buildings, showing both the overall view and close-ups of detail.
|Example of an artefact presented in the book: helmet of the Montefortino type. Source: Frontline Books.(Not for reproduction without permission)|
|Example of one of the ancient monuments presented in the book: Trajan's column. Source: Frontline Books.(Not for reproduction without permission)|
|Plate VI. Source: Frontline Books.(Not for reproduction without permission)|
Such ‘controversial’ interpretations are based on D’Amato’s detailed research. Throughout the book his rationale is clearly explained and the photographs or drawings of the evidence are presented so that the reader can check for himself, weigh up against other evidence he may posses and decide on the voracity or otherwise.