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The immense majesty : a history of Rome and the Roman Empire (edition 1991)

by Thomas W. Africa

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Title:The immense majesty : a history of Rome and the Roman Empire
Authors:Thomas W. Africa
Info:Arlington Heights, Ill.: Harlan Davidson, c1991. xvi, 437 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
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The Immense Majesty: A History of Rome and the Roman Empire by Thomas W. Africa

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    The Romans and Their Empire by Trevor Cairns (br77rino)
    br77rino: This is a short, illustrated, "juvenile" book, but well done if you're just looking to brush up on your knowledge (with enough details so you could answer more "Jeopardy questions, for example).

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Integrates social, economic, cultural and religious aspects of Roman life with the rise and fall of the Republic. The author explores the achievements and decay of the imperial system to the time of Justinian and provides information about Roman women.

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