The History of Rome, Books 27 to 36

Cover of book The History of Rome, Books 27 to 36
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This volume of The History of Rome gives its readers an idea of the so called "middle" history of this ancient empire. The book is well organized and easy to read. It contains a number of truly fascin


ating facts and description of Rome rulers and the most prominent statesmen, philosophers, thinkers, scientists. The book should be definitely recommended to everyone who is interested in the history of Rome and wants to learn more about this wonderful stage in the development of the history of mankind. The book belongs to the pen of Titus Livius (59 BC-AD 17) who was a famous Roman historian. His historical book describes the chronological events which are mixed with narratives. All his books were written in poetic and archaic styles which makes the books more interesting for readers.

The History of Rome, Books 27 to 36
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