The Grandeur That Was Rome


J. C. Stobart

Series: Political Science and History, Focus on Civilizations and Cultures
BISAC: HIS002020

Athens and Rome stand side by side as the parents of Western civilisation. The resemblances between Rome and Greece even from the first are very clearly marked. In many respects they are visibly of the same family, and, though we no longer speak as confidently of “Aryan” and “Indo-European” as did the ethnologists and philologists of the nineteenth century, yet there remains an obvious kinship of language, customs, and even dress.
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
Introduction: The Perspective of Roman History: Latinism: Italy and the Roman
Chapter I. The Beginnings of Rome
Chapter II. Conquest
Chapter III. The Last Century of the Republic
Chapter IV. Augustus
Chapter V. Augustan Rome
Chapter VI. The Growth of the Empire
Chronological Summary

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