The rise of Rome: how to explain it.


Lexington, Mass., Heath [1970] .

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Subjects Rome -- History.
Description x, 101 p. 24 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 99-101.
Contents Piety and the blessing of the gods, by Livy.--Why God chose Rome, by St. Augustine of Hippo.--The luck of the Romans, by Plutarch.--Constitutional strength, by Polybiust.--The melting pot, by N.-D. Füstel de Coulanges.--The geographic advantage, by M. Cary.--Economic necessity, by T. Frank.--Order through reverence, by R. H. Barrow.--Order through regimentation, by G. Ferrero.--The reluctant tyranny, by T. Mommsen.--The hungry wolf, by S. Barr.--Treacherous encroachment, by Montesquieu.--Elements of imperialism, by L. Homo.--Suggestions for additional reading (p. 99-101)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00052760
(OCoLC)52760
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