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Rome and the Romans; a survey and interpretation,

Author: Grant Showerman
Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co., 1931.
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Showerman, Grant, 1870-1935.
Rome and the Romans.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1931
(OCoLC)696255568
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Grant Showerman
OCLC Number: 1510032
Description: xxi, [1], 643 pages frontispiece, illustrations, maps (2 double) 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. Rome and its meaning. Italy to-day ; Rome to-day ; The rise of ancient Rome ; The rise of the Roman state ; Ancient Rome and modern times --
pt. II. The Roman. The city in which he lived ; How he looked ; The society in which he moved ; The house in which he lived ; His childhood and early training ; His later training ; THe women of his family ; What he ate and drank ; How he spent the day --
pt. III. Living Rome. The Roman career ; The senator ; The voter ; The lawyer ; The teacher ; Letters and the arts ; The doctor ; The money-maker ; The common man ; The farmer ; Roman portraits ; The worshiper ; Roman holidays ; The theater ; The races ; The gladiators ; The baths ; In lighter vein ; Satire and its targets ; A dinner with the newly rich ; The criminal ; The Roman dead --
pt. IV. Greater Rome. The spread of Roman civilization ; The army ; Mare nostrum ; By land and sea ; The Roman law ; On the southern border ; Roman Spain ; On the northern border ; The coming of Christianity ; Eternal Rome --
Chronology.
Responsibility: by Grant Showerman ...

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