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The Groovy Greeks AND The Rotten Romans

by Terry Deary

Other authors: Martin Brown (Illustrator)

Series: Horrible Histories (Collections)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439973325, Paperback)

History with twice the nasty bits| Want to know: Why dedicated Greek doctors tasted their patients' ear wax? What Roman soldiers wore under their kilts? Who had the world's first flushing toilet? The Groovy Greeks is full of fab facts about the hip 'n' happenin' Greeks - who used to hang out over 2,000 years ago| Find out about horrible heroes, phoolish philosophers and suffering slaves. The Rotten Romans follows life for folk in Roman times, from Nasty Nero and other evil emperors to brave Brit Boudicca and the poor old peasants, who tried to send the Romans right back where they came from. Read on for curious quizzes, rotten recipes, gruesome games and terrible tests ...for your teacher| History has never been so horrible|

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Gives foul, funny and fascinating facts about life for everyone in Ancient Greece and Rome.

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