A History of Rome: Down to the Age of Constantine

A History of Rome: Down to the Age of Constantine

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By (author) Max Cary, By (author) H. H. Scullard

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  • Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
  • Format: Paperback | 722 pages
  • Dimensions: 192mm x 244mm x 44mm | 1,402g
  • Publication date: 31 January 1980
  • Publication City/Country: Basingstoke
  • ISBN 10: 0333278305
  • ISBN 13: 9780333278307
  • Edition: 3, Revised
  • Edition statement: 3rd Revised edition
  • Illustrations note: illustrations, maps, plans, bibliography, index
  • Sales rank: 201,216

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'...a unique achievement in its genre: a masterly synthesis of a huge mass of material. It deals with the political, military, social and cultural aspects of Roman civilisation, extending over a millennium.' - KLEIO '...we must indeed be grateful for what we have been given, which is immense. It is not often that a new edition of an old book can be hailed as a major event but this is the exception.' - Times Literary Supplement 'Almost nothing has escaped Scullard's attention, including some extremely recent items...it will be an ideal work of reference for students.' - Times Higher Education Supplement

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'...a unique achievement in its genre: a masterly synthesis of a huge mass of material. It deals with the political, military, social and cultural aspects of Roman civilisation, extending over a millennium.' - KLEIO '...we must indeed be grateful for what we have been given, which is immense. It is not often that a new edition of an old book can be hailed as a major event but this is the exception.' - Times Literary Supplement 'Almost nothing has escaped Scullard's attention, including some extremely recent items...it will be an ideal work of reference for students.' - Times Higher Education Supplement