Roman Lives: Ancient Roman Life as Illustrated by Latin Inscriptions

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Focus Pub./R. Pullins Company, 2004 - History - 188 pages
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 "Roman Lives: Ancient Roman Life Illustrated by Latin Inscriptions" is a sourcebook that explores ancient life in all strata of Roman society by examining epitaphs and other inscriptions in Latin. Topics discussed include the aristocracy, religion, military life, Roman families, the imperial household, civilian occupations and the way scholars infer the facts of Roman civilization from non-literary records.

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The Aristocracy
13
Religion
43
Military
53
Copyright

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Brian K. Harvey (Ph.D. University of Michigan) is an Assistant Professor of Classics at Kent State University.

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