History of Rome: Down to the Age of Constantine

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Springer, Jun 18, 1975 - History - 694 pages
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
3
The Iron Age and the Villanovans
9
Villanovan biconical pottery
10
Who were the Etruscans?
17
CHAPTER
18
Interior of the Tomba delle Cornice
23
PART THE ROMAN CONOUEST OF ITALY
31
4
32
The Roman Frontiers
366
The Danube Lands
370
ROMAN SOCIETY UNDER THE EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE
377
Architecture and
385
Statue of Augustus
389
Literature General Conditions
393
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404

The Origins of Rome From Village to City
37
Wallpainting from a tomb at Etruscan
42
The City e e e e
47
1
51
Rome and her Neighbours
54
comrade
85
Alba Fucens
100
libral bronze as c 235 B C
107
CHAPTER 12
112
The site of Carthage
113
Later Operations in Sicily
119
walls and siege bullet
120
probable portrait of Hamilcar
126
The Affair of Saguntum e
127
probable portrait of Mago
132
The Scipios in Spain
133
CHAPTER 15
150
Philip V of Macedon
151
and the Aetolians
156
Flamininus
158
The First Roman Campaign in Asia
163
7
169
Attempts at Reform
175
DOMESTIC POLITICS IN THE SECOND CENTURY 1 The Popular Assemblies e
177
The New Nobility e e
179
Political Groups at Rome
180
The Executive
181
Financial Administration
182
The City of Rome e
183
Foreign Affairs The Army
184
CHAPTER 19
186
Slave Labour on the Land
187
Industry and Commerce
188
Roman Private Life
190
The City of Rome
192
Roman and Italian Art c e
194
Antiochus III of Syria
195
Early Prose Literature
196
Science and Philosoph
197
Religion
198
THE FALL OF THE REPUBLIC CHAPTER 2
200
Tiberius Gracchus His Political Aims
203
The Gracchan Land Law
204
The First Senatorial Reaction
205
The First Italian Franchise Bill
206
The Social Reforms of Gaius Gracchus
207
The Second Senatorial Reaction
209
The Conquest of Narbonese Gaul e e
210
CHAPTER 22
222
CHAPTER 23
230
1
231
CHAPTER 24
239
1
243
The Conspiracy of Catiline e
246
The Campaigns of Lucullus in Armenia
252
CHAPTER 26
258
1
263
The First Crisis in the Triumvirate
265
1
270
Dyrrhachium and Pharsalus
271
Caesars Foreign Policy Miscellaneous Reforms
278
2
279
The Philippics of Cicero and the War of Mutina e
284
1
286
4
292
CHAPTER 29
299
1
304
Latin Literature Poetry
308
CHAPTER 30
314
1
315
The New Executive
321
4
323
Italy
328
1
332
4
343
CHAPTER 31
344
CHAPTER 32
351
Nero 5468
357
Finance
363
CHAPTER 36
409
The Jewish War e
415
The Rhine and Danube Frontiers
421
72
422
37
425
Constitutional Changes
427
CHAPTER 38
434
Dacia
441
The Roman Army
448
Conclusion
449
CHAPTER 39
451
Industry and Trade
453
The Growth of Cities
458
Architecture
459
42
463
Art
476
Social Life
478
The Spread of Latin and Greek
479
77
481
Philosophy and Religion
482
The Spread of Christianity
484
Documentary Records
485
The Opposition to Christianity
486
Conclusion
488
CHAPTER 40
489
The Civil Wars of 193197
490
The Military Policy of Septimius Severus
492
The Internal Reforms of Septimius Severus
493
Caracalla 211217
496
Literary Sources
498
The Severan Age
499
THE DECLINE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
506
CHAPTER 41
507
231
508
The Empire Invaded
509
The Frontiers Restored
512
Africa and the Red
517
CHAPTER 43
536
Social Life
542
THE ROMAN EMPIRE RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT
550
Survivals of the Roman Empire
556
299
560
263
561
113
563
78
564
50
566
233
568
286
569
List of Emperors e e
572
127
584
309
588
129
594
239
598
87
600
240
605
294
607
130
609
88
614
244
618
150
623
135
625
296
637
154
641
137
645
305
651
156
656
Glossary
659
Index
667
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670
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