As The Romans Did
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📒As The Romans Did ✍ Jo-Ann Shelton
✏As the Romans Did Book Summary : Describes daily life in Rome, discussing marriage, education, occupations, and entertainment.
📒What The Romans Did For Us ✍ Philip Wilkinson
✏What the Romans Did for Us Book Summary : This book accompany's the series What The Romas Did For Us - a 6 x 30 BBC2 documentary fronted by Adam Hart-Davis - with an in-depth illustrated history of the Roman occupation, how each technological invention was utilized by the Romans and how they compare to our own technology today.
📒What Did The Ancient Romans Do For Me ✍ Patrick Catel
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📒What The Romans Did For Us ✍ Alison Hawes
✏What the Romans Did for Us Book Summary : From takeaways to motorways, the Romans brought with them a variety of ideas and inventions that changed the way we live.
📒Empire Of Ancient Rome ✍ Michael Burgan
✏Empire of Ancient Rome Book Summary : The influence of the Roman Empire has been widespread and profound, perhaps more so than any other empire or civilization. This volume covers the growth of Rome as a republic, the political and social forces that drove the transition to a dictatorship of Caesars, the reasons for Rome's decline, and what happened to the remnants of the empire.
📒The Works Of Nicholas Machiavel ✍ Niccolò Machiavelli
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📒To Live Is Christ ✍ Jonathan D. Peterson
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📒The Roman Historians ✍ Ronald Mellor
✏The Roman Historians Book Summary : The Roman Historians provides a clear survey and a critical analysis of five centuries of historical writing in and about ancient Rome. The book examines authors of various historical genres - narrative, biography, and autobiography - and places them within the political and social framework of the late Roman Republic and the Roman Empire. Since Roman historiography is an extension of political conflict and moral discourse, all these writings are examined within the context of Roman public life. This book illuminates how and why Roman authors told the stories of their past. All Roman historical writing is highly political and deeply moral, and we see here how the political experience and moral vision of the historian shape the historical narrative and intimately inform the content, the rhetoric, and the literary style of the history.
✏Dissertations on the Prophecies which Have Remarkably Been Fulfilled Book Summary :
📒Dissertations On The Prohecies ✍ Thomas Newton
✏Dissertations on the prohecies Book Summary :