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Life in Ancient Rome

Mehta-Jones, Shilpa (Book - 2005 )
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From its legendary founding along the Tiber River to its fall in 476 A.D., Roman civilization was impressive, mighty, and enduring. Life in Ancient Rome traces the history of Roman achievement from Republic to Empire in such areas as art, warfare, language, government, law, and engineering. Great figures such as Julius Caesar and Hannibal, great architectural feats such as the Colosseum, as well as Roman mythology and the rise of Christianity are also featured.
Authors: Mehta-Jones, Shilpa
Title: Life in ancient Rome
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub., 2005
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,29 cm
Statement of Responsibility: written by Shilpa Mehta-Jones
Notes: Includes index
Contents: The people of the seven hills
The city by the river
Military might
The Roman economy
When in Rome
Language and learning
Religion, values & beliefs
Arts, culture, and philosophy
Building Rome
The fall of the Roman Empire
ISBN: 0778720349
0778720640
Branch Call Number: j 937 M498L 2005
Subject Headings: Rome Civilization Juvenile literature Rome Social life and customs Juvenile literature
LCCN: 2004013064
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From its legendary founding along the Tiber River to its fall in 476 A.D., Roman civilization was impressive, mighty, and enduring. Life in Ancient Rome traces the history of Roman achievement from Republic to Empire in such areas as art, warfare, language, government, law, and engineering. Great... Read More »


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