The Romans: An Introduction

The Romans: An Introduction

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By (author) Antony Kamm

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  • Publisher: ROUTLEDGE
  • Format: Paperback | 240 pages
  • Dimensions: 136mm x 212mm x 12mm | 340g
  • Publication date: 21 September 1995
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0415120403
  • ISBN 13: 9780415120401
  • Illustrations note: 35 illustrations, bibliography, index

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An introduction to all aspects of Roman culture, focusing on literature, art and architecture, which also includes discussion of major contemporary developments in the study of ancient Rome. Crucial elements of Roman history such as the reign of the Caesars and the role of the army are also examined. Drawing on recent scholarship, the author examines important themes like imperialism, religion and everyday social life. Incorporating maps, charts and pictures as well as a comprehensive bibliography and index, this text is an introductory survey of Roman civilization. This textbook which should be useful for A Level Classical Civilization and first-year undergraduate courses, it may also prove useful for students of other disciplines, such as art, literature or history.

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Antony Kamm is a former lecturer in publishing studies at the University of Stirling. His other publications include Collins Biographical Dictionary of English Literature (1993), The Israelites: an introduction (Routledge 1999), and Julius Caesar: a life (Routledge 2006).

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'Based on the book 'The Romans: An Introduction' by Anthony Kamm, this site is packed with nearly 70 pages of information, supported with insightful illustrations and images. The site also features 47 interactive quizzes to test your knowledge along the way... A well designed and easy-to-use site which covers a full range of topics.' - Amazing-grades.com

Table of contents

1. The Founding of Rome. 2. The Republic 3. The Caesars 4. Gods and Goddesses 5. Daily Life, Work and Entertainment 6. Art, Architecture and Building 7. Roman Literature 8. The Roman Army 9. End of an Empire Appendix I: The Roman Calendar Appendix II: Roman Numerals Appendix III: Key dates in the History of Rome Reading List Index