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Corbishley, Mike
Ancient Rome / Mike Corbishley
3rd ed
New York : Chelsea House, 2007
book jacket
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 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 937 COR    AVAILABLE
Subject Rome (Italy) -- History -- Juvenile literature
Rome (Italy) -- Civilization -- Juvenile literature
Physical Description 96 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 31 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Land called Italy -- Mysterious Etruscans -- Beginnings of Rome -- War with Carthage -- Legions -- Early years of crisis -- Republican Rome -- Rise of Julius Caesar -- Roman men and women -- Pompeii - struck by disaster -- Empire of Agustus -- Trajans army -- Provinces and frontiers -- Men of power: Emperors -- Roman religion -- Roman baths -- Imperial Rome -- Arena and stadium -- Later empire -- Roman ship -- Africa -- Africa - sites -- Spain and Portugal -- Roman town -- Gaul and Germany -- Gaul and Germany - sites -- Buildings nd technology -- Britain -- Britain - sites -- Roman villa -- Danube -- Greece and the southern Balkans -- Greece - sites -- Asia Minor -- Asia Minor - sites -- Town and city life -- Exotic east -- east - sites -- Egypt -- Glossary -- Further reading/web sites -- Gazetteer -- Index
Summary Text, maps, illustrations, charts, tables, and chronologies depict the history, society, and political life of ancient Rome and its vast empire
Series Cultural atlas for young people
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