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A Smaller History of Rome

A Smaller History of Rome by Eugene Lawrence and Sir William Smith

A Smaller History of Rome provides a concise and clear overview of the rise and fall of one of the greatest empires in world history. The authors present the key events, figures, and achievements of ancient Rome in a well-organized and accessible manner that is perfect for those looking for an introduction to Roman history.

The book covers a wide range of topics, from the founding of Rome and the legendary figures of Romulus and Remus to the expansion of the Roman Empire and its eventual decline. Lawrence and Smith effectively highlight the political, social, and cultural developments that shaped Rome throughout its history, offering insights into the reasons behind the empire's successes and failures.

Overall, A Smaller History of Rome is a valuable resource for students, history enthusiasts, and anyone interested in learning more about the ancient world. The authors' engaging writing style and informative content make this book a compelling read that sheds light on the enduring legacy of Rome. Highly recommended for those seeking a comprehensive yet accessible overview of Roman history.

Book Description:
A SMALLER HISTORY OF ROME, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE EMPIRE. BY WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D. NOTICE. The present History has been drawn up chiefly for the lower forms in schools, at the request of several teachers, and is intended to range with the author's Smaller History of Greece. It will be followed by a similar History of England. The author is indebted in this work to several of the more important articles upon Roman history in the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography. The Table of Contents presents a full analysis of the work, and has been so arranged that the teacher can frame from it questions for the examination of his class, the answers to which will be found in the corresponding pages of the volume. CHAPTER I, GEOGRAPHY OF ITALY--EARLY INHABITANTS. Italy is the central one of the three great peninsulas which project from the south of Europe into the Mediterranean Sea.

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