From Founding to Fall: A History of Rome
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From Founding to Fall: A History of Rome

by Don Nardo (Author),
Cengage Gale (Publisher)
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This lively rendition of Rome's history opens with a consideration of "What the Histories Do Not Tell," primarily the stories of minor events and personalities. By setting his history in the context of contemporary life, including the intense labor for the necessities of daily life and the widespread acceptance of slavery, Nardo sets the scene for the young reader. Rome's history is a pageant of myth, particularly its founding by the wolf-adopted twins Romulus and Remus; grand wars and individual heroism, such as Horatius's stand at the bridge; canny machinations, such as those of Octavian against Antony and Caesar; and statesmanship and governance, such as the Pax
Book Specifications
ISBN-13 9781590182543
Language English
Binding Hard Bound
Publisher Cengage Gale
Publishing Date June 2003
Total Pages 128