The Ancient Romans

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Oxford University Press, 1971 - History - 256 pages
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A companion to The Ancient Greeks, this book focuses on the principal Roman historical figures and their epochs - from Hannibal and Julius Caesar to Saint Augustine - and discusses the significance of the Roman people's development in Western history. It also covers the Greek and Etruscan heritage of the Romans; Roman art, architecture, and engineering; and the development of politics and law. The Ancient Romans incorporates readings and quotations from original sources, a brief bibliography, and a pronouncing glossary.

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Chester G. Starr is at the University of Michigan (Emeritus)

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