Life in Ancient Rome: People and Places

Life in Ancient Rome: People and Places : An Illustrated Reference to the Art, Architecture, Religion, Society and Culture of Roman World with Over 450 Pictures, Maps and Artworks

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This is an illustrated reference to the art, architecture, religion, society and culture of the Roman world with over 450 pictures, maps and artworks. How the Romans lived: an authoritative and highly accessible exploration of Roman society. It is beautifully illustrated with over 450 photographs of painting and sculpture, architecture and art, artworks and maps that explore the glory that was Rome. You can find out how people in the ancient Roman Empire lived, worked, played and behaved during one of the cultural peaks of world history. This wonderfully illustrated history celebrates the great public buildings, palaces and villas of the Roman Empire, including the Colosseum, the Pantheon and other World Heritage buildings. Daily life in ancient Rome is explored through contemporary accounts of sports and games in the arenas, work and play at the baths, the forum and the woman's world of home. You can discover the scandalous lives of such notorious emperors as Caligula and Nero. With its wealth of pictures and artworks, and an authoritative and enthusiastic text, this is the perfect book for study projects or anyone planning to visit Italy or other sites of the ancient Roman world.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 224 x 294 x 18mm | 1,279.12g
  • Hermes House
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • over 450 photographs
  • 1844777456
  • 9781844777457
  • 1,028,499

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Nigel Rodgers is an accomplished author who has written widely on history, philosophy and art. Dr Hazel Dodge FSA is Louis Claude Purser Senior Lecturer in Classical Archaeology, Trinity College, Dublin.

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