The World of Rome

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Meridian, 1987 - History - 349 pages
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Grant has brought together all the diverse achievements of the Roman people that he considers the most fundamental to our understanding of Rome's dominant role in the evolution of our modern world: the magnificence and corruption; the republic, the dictators and the slaves, the civilization and Pax Romana, the brutality and the collapse, Rome at the time of her unequalled power from 133 B.C. to 217 A.D.

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Contents

FOREWORD
xvii
STATE AND SOCIETY
39
CITIZENS OF ROME
87
Copyright

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Michael Grant is a well-known classical scholar and the author of many books on classical mythology. John Hazel, also a classical scholar, is the editor of an edition of Ovid's poetry.

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