Roma Eterna

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Victor Gollancz Limited, Jul 8, 2004 - Imperialism - 385 pages
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"The Roman Empire never ell. Riven by political ambition and internal dissent, thrown into turmoil by rebellion and civil war, it changed and adapted. The balance of power between Constantinopolis in the east and Roma in the west ebbed and flowed, but the Empire survived. The events of the Empire, from the cataclysmic to the mundane, are memorably described by those whose lived through them : the military hero forced to seize his destiny ; the British aristocrat witnessing the bloody destruction of the royal family ; the children who discover the last emperor, and many others are all vividly described. Accomplished and ambitious, Roma Eterna is a brilliant and thought-provoking exploration of more than fifteen hundred years of Roman history.

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User Review  - Dakota Rusk - Goodreads

Robert Silverberg, an exalted name in science fiction circles, delivers up a virtual Disneyland of speculation and spectacle based on the premise that the Roman Empire never declines and falls. More a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jamie Maltman - Goodreads

It caught my eye as a Roman book in the Sci Fi/Fantasy shelves at the library. I'd never read anything by Silverberg, but the idea of a series of short stories/novellas following an alternate history ... Read full review

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