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Adrian Goldsworthy is an award-winning historian of the classical world. He is the author of numerous books about ancient Rome, including Hadrian's Wall, Caesar, How Rome Fell, Pax Romana, and Augustus. Goldsworthy lives in South Wales. — biography from Roman Warfare
Caesar : Life of a Colossus 1,528 copies, 25 reviews
The Punic Wars 862 copies, 12 reviews
Augustus: First Emperor of Rome 466 copies, 6 reviews
Roman Warfare 437 copies, 4 reviews
The Complete Roman Army 431 copies, 2 reviews
Antony and Cleopatra 341 copies, 5 reviews
Vindolanda 148 copies, 7 reviews
Hadrian's Wall 124 copies, 7 reviews
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Adrian Keith Goldsworthy (born 1969) is a British historian and author who specialises in ancient Roman history.
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