Emperors of Rome: the story of imperial Rome from Julius Caesar to the last emperor
Charting the 500 years that followed the triumph of Augustus, this book profiles the greatest and most notorious of the emperors. All the key events of the Roman imperial history are described here, from the Golden Age of Augustus to the destruction of Pompeli, from the reorganization of the Empire under Diocletion in 284 to the division of the Empire into Eastern and Western halves in 395, and from Constantine's Edict of Milan of 313 to the sack of Rome by the Visigoths in 410. Contains 150 color images.
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