History of ancient Rome
Barnes & Noble Books, 2004 - 192 pagine
Soldiers, statesmen, and engineers, the Romans dominated the known world of their time, ruling an empire that stretched from Britain to Arabia. The reader is taken to the very heart of Roman life, describing the rise and fall of the empire, its outstanding personalities, the everyday existence and beliefs of its citizens, and its immense achievements in war and politics, and art and building.
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