The Immense Majesty: A History of Rome and the Roman Empire
Integrates social, economic, cultural and religious aspects of Roman life with the rise and fall of the Republic. The author explores the achievements and decay of the imperial system to the time of Justinian and provides information about Roman women.
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THE EMERGENCE OF ROME
THE WAYS OF ROME
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