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Romulus by Jacob Abbott
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Romulus by Jacob Abbott is a captivating and detailed account of the life of the legendary founder of Rome. The author does a fantastic job of bringing ancient Roman history to life, providing readers with a glimpse into the early days of the Roman Empire.

Abbott's writing is engaging and informative, making it easy for readers to follow along and understand the complexities of Roman society during Romulus's time. The book is well-researched and filled with interesting facts and anecdotes that help readers gain a deeper understanding of the historical figure.

Overall, Romulus is a fascinating read for anyone interested in Roman history or looking to learn more about the origins of one of the world's most powerful civilizations. Abbott's storytelling abilities make this book a must-read for history buffs and casual readers alike.

Book Description:
Jacob Abbott wrote many historical books for children. He was careful to ensure historical accuracy, and as he said himself in the preface to this book "Whatever of interest ... these stories may possess is due solely to the facts themselves which are recorded in them, and to their being brought together in a plain, simple, and connected narrative."

This is the story of Romulus, the founding of Rome and the early years of its history, written in a way both readable and enjoyable for adults and children alike.

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