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A history of Rome down to the reign of Constantine.

Author: M Cary
Publisher: London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martins Press, 1954.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Classical work on the history of the Roman Empire - For senior history students - Many illustrations of Roman antiquities - Map of ancient Rome - Map of the Roman Empire under Augustus, Trajan and Hadrian - Lazio (Latium) - Rome.
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Cary, M. (Max), 1881-1958.
History of Rome down to the reign of Constantine.
London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martins Press, 1954
(OCoLC)568619668
Online version:
Cary, M. (Max), 1881-1958.
History of Rome down to the reign of Constantine.
London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martins Press, 1954
(OCoLC)607122387
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M Cary
OCLC Number: 387136
Description: 820 pages illustrations 19 cm
Contents: Part A. Pre-Roman Italy --
The geographical environment of Roman history --
The early inhabitants of Italy --
Greeks and Etruscans in early Italy --
Part B. The Roman conquest of Italy --
Latium and Rome --
The sources for early Roman history --
Rome in the period of the kings --
The early wars of the Republic --
The conflict of the orders. The first stage --
The Latin, Samnite and Pyrrhic Wars --
The conflict of the orders. The second stage --
The Roman state in the third century B.C. --
Part C. The conquest of the Mediterranean --
The First Punic War and the conquest of North Italy --
The Second Punic War --
The conquest of the western Mediterranean --
The Macedonian Wars --
The Roman Wars in Asia in the second century --
The government of the Roman provinces --
Domestic politics in the second century --
Roman society in the second century --
Part D. The fall of the Republic --
Tiberius and Caius Gracchus --
Marius and the new Roman army --
The Italian Wars, 91-83 B.C. --
The temporary monarchy of Cornelius Sulla --
The wars of Lucullus, Pompey and Crassus --
The fall of the restoration government --
Caesar's conquest of Gaul and the breakdown of the first triumvirate --
The rise of Caesar to supreme power --
The second triumvirate --
Roman society in the first century --
Part E. The consolidation of the Roman Empire --
The settlement of Augustus. Rome and Italy --
The Roman Empire under Augustus --
The Julio-Claudian emperors. Internal affairs --
The Roman Empire under the Julio-Claudian dynasty --
Roman society under the early Roman emperors --
The "year of the four emperors" --
The Flavian emperors --
The "give good emperors". General administration --
The "five good emperors". External affairs --
Roman society from A.D. 70 to 180 --
Commodus and the Severi --
Part F. The decline of the Roman Empire --
The crisis of the Empire in the third century --
The Roman world c. A.D. 330. Political conditions --
The Roman world c. A.D. 330. Life and thought --
The Roman Empire. Retrospect and prospect --
The Roman emperors from Augustus to Constantine --
Genealogy of the Julio-Claudian dynasty.

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Classical work on the history of the Roman Empire - For senior history students - Many illustrations of Roman antiquities - Map of ancient Rome - Map of the Roman Empire under Augustus, Trajan and Hadrian - Lazio (Latium) - Rome.

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