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by John R. Clarke
Call Number: 937.6 CLA
Publication Date: 2007
Recreates the lives and experiences of people living in the Roman Empire, not only the emperors and senators, but also ordinary citizens, merchants, slaves and freedmen.
A history of Rome
by M. Cary
Call Number: 937 CAR
Publication Date: 1975
A masterly synthesis of a huge mass of material. It deals with the political, military, social and cultural aspects of Roman civilisation, extending over a millennium.
by Simon James
Call Number: 937 JAM
Publication Date: 2002
Be an eyewitness to the remarkable story of Ancient Rome - from its vast empire and astounding engineering feats to the menu at a Roman dinner party and the merciless gladiator fights staged in its arenas.
A virtual tour of ancient and modern Rome includes the Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Vatican and its museums and the Roman forum. As well as 360-degree panoramas, the site has maps, videos and audio downloads suitable for tourists and for students of history.
This timeline provides a chronological history of Ancient Rome from 2000BCE to 300CE with links to internet resources. There is an emphasis on primary sources and perspectives of the role of women in the ancient world.
This site about ancient Rome from the BBC gives information about topics like the Roman Empire, Roman amphitheatre, Pompeii, Life in Ancient Rome, Gladiators, Romans in Britain, Roman technology and an ancient Rome timeline.
The History Channel
BBC History- Ancient Rome
Khan Academy- Ancient Rome
Google Maps- Ancient Rome
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