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Famous Men Of Rome: History for the Thoughtful Child (original 1904; edition 1989)
by John H. Haaren, A. B. Poland, Rob Shearer (Editor), Cyndy Shearer (Editor)
Famous Men of Rome by John H. Haaren (1904)
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"Famous Men of Rome" features 29 stories covering the history of Rome from its founding to the last emperor. You will read about the lives of Horatius, Camillus, Caesar, Cicero, and many others. The biographies of "Famous Men of Rome" are in chronological order and the whole book will bring you through the three stages of Ancient Rome: monarchy, republic, and empire. Although women are not the "famous" individuals listed in the book, the notable women of the time definitely play roles in the stories. "Famous Men of Rome" is faithful to this vision of learning history through biography. The chapters cover 11 centuries, from the legendary founding of Rome to its slow unraveling in the early centuries after Christ. Each chapter is a fascinating read.
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