The Best Book of Ancient Rome by Deborah Murrell

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Find out more about everyday life in ancient Rome and what it meant to live in this fascinating city at the height of its empire. Every aspect of this great civilization is explored, from the bloodthirsty gladiators and the terrifying chariot races, to a day in the life of the wealthy, to how the powerful senators controlled their city and expanded its empire.
 

About Deborah Murrell

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Deborah Murrell has written extensively for both children and adults for more than fifteen years. She has also produced a CD-ROM entitled The History of the Ancient World. Her area of expertise is the history of the theater in ancient Rome and Greece.
 
Published September 9, 2004 by Kingfisher. 31 pages
Genres: History, Children's Books, Travel. Non-fiction

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The title is as wrong as it is self-congratulatory.

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Murrell packs an awful lot in this 30-page survey of the City of the Seven Hills (pages 31 and 32 contain a brief glossary and index).

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