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The Cambridge Ancient History: Plates to Vol VII Part 2 and VIII: The RIse of Rome to 133 BC,9780521252553
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The Cambridge Ancient History: Plates to Vol VII Part 2 and VIII: The RIse of Rome to 133 BC

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Edition:
Revised
ISBN13:

9780521252553

ISBN10:
0521252555
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/28/2013
Publisher(s):
Cambridge Univ Pr
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Summary

The Cambridge Ancient History is the most authoritative history of the ancient world. This volume is the partner to the volume of plates illustrating the Hellenistic East and provides an authoritative selection of illustrations for the early history of Rome and the development of the city of Rome, as well as all the regions of Italy and the West, including North Africa, Spain, Sicily and Gaul. It covers a period in which Rome began to expand westwards and illustrates both Rome's own transformation and the impact on the West, including the consequences of the Punic Wars and the destruction to Carthage. All aspects of material culture are considered, with a particular focus on the development of coinage, as well as monumental building, the archaeology of naval and land warfare and the fascinating mixtures of languages and scripts represented in epigraphy. This will become a standard reference work for the period.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Early Rome
The city of Rome in the Early and Middle Republic
The transformation of central Italy
Umbria and Picenum
Samnium and the Samnites
South Italy
Sicily c.300 BC-133 BC
Carthage and her neighbours
Iberia
Gaul
Northern Italy
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