The Best Book of Ancient Rome
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The Best Book of Ancient Rome

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Find out more about everyday life in ancient Rome and what it meant to live in this fascinating city at the height of its empire. Every aspect of this great civilization is explored, from the bloodthirsty gladiators and the terrifying chariot races, to a day in the life of the wealthy, to how the powerful senators controlled their city and expanded its empire.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 15th 2007 by Kingfisher (first published September 9th 2004)
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Jennifer
Read about everyday life in Ancient Rome. How it began, rulers, conquering lands, the empire, the army, daily life, homes, sports, and the fall of the empire.

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Kristen Fort
Has some good, basic information about ancient Rome and illustrations to share with the Latin students.
Duane
For beginner readers, this is a nice book for anyone interested in ancient Rome and the people and places that it entailed. Filled with wonderful illustrations, the reader will learn how Rome came to be and the eventual downfall that took it. A nice book for anyone's collection.
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