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Oxford History of the Roman World

By: Boardman, John

Price: $4.00

Publisher: 9/6/2016

Seller ID: 9780192852489

ISBN: 0192852485

Condition: USED


In less than fifty-three years, Rome subjected most of the known world to its rule. Tracing the rise of Rome from its origins as a cluster of villages to the foundation of the Empire and its consolidation in the first two centuries AD, this book reproduces the text of the acclaimed Oxford History of the Classical World: Rome in a standard paperback form. Written by a team of specialist scholars, it includes chapters on social and political history, the Emperors, art and architecture, and the works of the leading Roman poets, historians, and philosophers. Retaining the original line drawing... View more info

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Oxford History of the Roman World

By: Boardman, John

Price: $6.00

Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PR: 7/25/2011

Seller ID: 9780192802033

ISBN: 0192802038

Condition: USED


In less than fifty-three years, Rome subjected most of the known world to its rule. This authoritative and compelling work tells the story of the rise of Rome from its origins as a cluster of villages to the foundation of the Roman Empire by Augustus, to its consolidation in the first two centuries CE. It also discusses aspects of the later Empire and its influence on Western civilization, not least of which was the adoption of Christianity. Packed with fascinating detail and written by acknowledged experts in Roman history, the book expertly interweaves chapters on social and political hi... View more info

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Greek Art (Fourth Edition) (World of Art)

By: World of Art/Boardman, John

Price: $6.00

Publisher: THAMES & HUDSON:

Edition: 4

Seller ID: 9780500202920

ISBN: 0500202923

Condition: USED


First published in the early 1960s, this history of Greek art has been enlarged and rewritten. It takes into account new finds as well as new ideas and attitudes to the subject, and emphasizes that Greek art should be seen in its proper context, not that of galleries and museums. View more info