A history of Rome.


New York, H. Holt and Co. [c1923] .

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Subjects Rome -- History.
Description 613 p. maps. 22 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 587-598.
Contents Early invasions of Italy -- Latium before and during Etruscan occupation -- The early republic -- Rome's conquest and organization of Italy -- Economics, politics, and law -- Rome and Carthage: the first Punic War -- The second Punic War -- Rome and Greece -- The growth of an eatern protectorate -- Roman society in the days of Cato -- The Roman constitution -- The Gracchan reforms -- The senate, the knights, and Marius -- The "social" and civil wars -- From Sulla to Catiline -- The first "triumvirate" -- The civil war -- Internal conditions -- From autocracy to dyarchy -- Government, arts, religion -- The business-life of Rome -- Augustus and the empire -- The Julio-Claudian emperors -- The Flavian period -- The literature and art of the first century -- From the tyrant Domitian to the philosopher M. Aurelius -- Art and government in the second century -- The age of the Severi -- Fifty years of anarchy -- Autocracy, Diocletian, and Constantine -- The causes of Rome's decline.
Geographic Area Europe
Middle East
Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00407840
(OCoLC)407840
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