A Walk in Ancient Rome : Vivid Journey Back in Time

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Ibooks, 2005 - History - 330 pages
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What would it be like to return to Ancient Rome and discover what things were really like? A Walk in Ancient Rome is a fascinating journey that takes you back to a world so similar to ours, and yet totally different. A place where people asked the same questions about life, careers, current events, and gossiped much like we do today. A Walk in Ancient Rome contains a narrative so rich that you can almost smell the fresh leather of harnesses, of flowers, perfumes, and baked goods; the sounds of the clatter of hooves on stone, the chatter of gossip and business transactions, and so much more. A Walk in Ancient Rome reveals the daily life in a unique way that puts you on the streets of Ancient Rome, in its shops and neighborhoods, in its forums and Colesium, on its boats and barges, and so much more!

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User Review  - Gwnhwyfer - Goodreads

I liked the vignettes, but more maps would have been better. Read full review

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User Review  - Rob Atkinson - Goodreads

A worthwhile read for anyone interested in ancient Rome's social history; lots of good (and eclectic) information, presented in a fairly vivid 'you are there' travelogue c. 150 AD. Minus one point for ... Read full review


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Cullen is a publisher, editor and writer living in Southern California. He is a founder of Deep Outside SFFH, the world's oldest web-only professional magazine of speculative fiction. He has a M.S. in Business Administration.

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