The Ancient Romans

The Ancient Romans

Their Lives and Their World

Book - 2009
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This introduction to the people of ancient Rome is packed with information about their daily lives and generously illustrated with examples of the buildings, artwork, and everyday objects they left behind as evidence of their remarkable culture. From rich and powerful emperors to entrepreneurial merchants and artisans to daring gladiators and lowly slaves, each played a role in the establishment of the largest empire the world has ever seen. An engaging portrait of a society that continues to fascinate us two thousand years after its heyday, the accessible text is sprinkled with quotes from ancient Roman writers, historians, and emperors. Ages twelve and up.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : J Paul Getty Museum, c2009.
ISBN: 9780892369867
0892369868
Branch Call Number: J 937 ROBERTS
Characteristics: 80 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 23 cm.

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