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Sources for Roman History 133-70 BC

A. H. Greenidge

Sources for Roman History 133-70 BC

by A. H. Greenidge

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Published by Oxford University Press .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
Number of Pages326
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Open LibraryOL7396616M
ISBN 100198142420
ISBN 109780198142423

Book Review by Ursus. Aspects of Roman History: 82 BC - AD 14 is an excellent primer to the study of the late Roman Republic. It offers a traditional political and military narrative of key Roman statesmen from the rise of Marius to the ascension of Tiberius. A brief summary of Roman society and culture rounds out the historical narrative. A History of the Roman World, to BC by H.H. Scullard Book Review by Ursus As I trudge about Romanophilia in my own amateur way, I have discovered that books written in bygone eras offer an enthralling Old School view whose charm is seldom replicated in modern times.

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Sources for Roman history, B.C. [A H J Greenidge; A M Clay] -- In the half-century that has gone by since it was first published, Greenidge and Clay's Sources has proved itself to be an indispensable instrument of study for students of the last century of the.

Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greenidge, A.H.J. (Abel Hendy Jones), Sources for Roman history, B.C. Sources for Roman history, B.C. [A H J Greenidge; A M Clay; E W Gray;] History Sources: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A H J Greenidge; A M Clay; E W Gray.

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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for History Sources: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A H J Greenidge; A M Clay. Find more information about: ISBN: Versions anglaises en et sous le titre: "From the Gracchi to Sulla: 'sources for Roman history, B.C.'" Description: 1 vol.

(VIII p.) ; 19 cm. Responsibility: collected and arranged by A. Greenidge and A. Clay. See Main Page for a guide to all contents of all sections.

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Sits on my shelf beside my primary sources as a nearly Perfect accompaniment. A great reference work while reading Tacitus, Polybius, and the other Sources. I also have Scullard's "A History of the Roman World BC" right next to this volume. The two histories taken together are very useful for a student, for recreational /5(16).

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