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rise of Rome, to 264 B.C.

Jacques Heurgon

rise of Rome, to 264 B.C.

by Jacques Heurgon

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Published by Batsford in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rome,
  • Mediterranean Region
    • Subjects:
    • Rome -- History -- To 510 B.C.,
    • Rome -- History -- Republic, 510-265 B.C.,
    • Mediterranean Region -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtranslated [from the French] by James Willis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG231 .H4613 1973b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[7], 344 p.
      Number of Pages344
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5463117M
      ISBN 100713411252
      LC Control Number73165768

      A series of three wars between Rome and Carthage ( B.C.); resulted in the destruction of Carthage and Rome's dominance over the western Mediterranean. Hannibal Carthaginian military commander who, in the Second Punic War, attempted a surprise attack on Rome, crossing the Alps with a large group of soldiers, horses, and elephants. Start your review of The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume 7, Part 2: The Rise of Rome to B.C. Write a review Rich rated it really liked it/5.

      Main Idea: In B.C., the Romans overthrew the last Etruscan king, established a republic, and ushered in a new era in Rome's history. 1. Detail: In a republic, the leader is not a have the to and some was a system by which some people 2. Detail: The Roman Co had full Roman and others were made but all had a stake in Rome's success. 3. This volume of the second edition of the Cambridge Ancient History traces the history of Rome from its origins to the eve of the Second Punic War. Although the period covered is essentially the same as in the undivided Volume VII of the first edition, the treatment of the material is completely Cited by: 2.

        In his new book The Rise of Rome, where Hannibal almost destroyed the Roman army in B.C. Everitt sacrifices the big picture to recount every flanking maneuver, and his book’s maze of Author: Justin Moyer. Beginnings of Rome: Italy and Rome from the Bronze Age to the Punic Wars (C. Bc), Paperback by Cornell, T. J.; Cornell, Tim, ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Using the results of archaeological techniques, and examining methodological debates, Tim Cornell provides a lucid and authoritative account /5().


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