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Ancient Rome: Using Evidence By Pamela Bradley

Ancient Rome: Using Evidence by Pamela Bradley

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Summary

A coverage of three centuries in the history of Rome, (2nd BC to 1st AD). The major topic areas include the development of the Roman republican form of government, Rome's expansion in the Mediterranean, the decline of the Republic, the founding of the Principate and the Julio/Claudian period.

Ancient Rome: Using Evidence Summary

Ancient Rome: Using Evidence by Pamela Bradley

A coverage of three crucial centuries in the history of the Roman people, (2nd BC to 1st AD). The major topic areas include the development of the Roman republican form of government, Rome's expansion in the Mediterranean, the decline of the Republic, the founding of the Principate and the Julio/Claudian period.

Table of Contents

Rome's conquest of Italy and its constitutional development 5th - 3rd centuries BC; Rome's expansion in the Mediterranean 264 - 146 BC; the economic, social, political and cultural effects of Rome's expansion in the Mediterrenean in the 2nd century BC; the decline of the Republic - first phase - the Gracchi; the decline of the Republic - third phase - Pompey and Caesar; from Republic to Principate; an in depth study of a set text and an archaeological site; the Julio/Claudians AD 14 - AD 68; life in an Imperial city in the first century AD.

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GOR001963124
9780713183283
0713183284
Ancient Rome: Using Evidence by Pamela Bradley
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder Arnold
1990-10-31
664
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