The Penguin historical atlas of ancient Rome

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Penguin Books, Sep 1, 1995 - History - 144 pages
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More than 15 centuries after its fall, the Roman Empire continues to profoundly influence world history. This atlas traces the empire's rise and fall, looking at its provinces and cities, trade and economy, armies and frontier defenses; charting its transformation into a Christian theocracy; and assessing its lasting impact. Full color.

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Review: The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome

User Review  - Barry Fung - Goodreads

This is closer to a three but nostalgia goggles. Read full review

Review: The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome

User Review  - Laran Lazio - Goodreads

Great for dipping into. Well laid out and clearly written. Very good maps throughout. Very useful. Read full review

Contents

From City to Empire
12
The Imperial Regime
38
Hadrians Travels
72
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Chris Scarre is Deputy Director of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge. He is author of such works as Timelines of the Ancient World and Past Worlds: The Times Atlas of Archaeology, and is also an editor of The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. He has directed
excavations at several sites in France and has participated in fieldwork in Britain and the Aegean. He lives in Cambridge, UK.

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