Original Language: Latin
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Greatest book ever written about personal lives of the Caesars. This is a required textbook for MIT History Department. I highly recommend this!Published 27 days ago by Yiqiao Yin
This is being offered as the Kindle edition of a complete Oxford edition - http://www.amazon.com/Lives-Caesars-Oxford-Worlds-Classics/dp/0199537569/ -
but it is just the... Read more
totally boring ..and the subject should have been much more interestingPublished 10 months ago by Richard Turnley
I expected something else from this book, like it would be more about other Caesars, but it was not. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Edyta Brzeczkowska
This is a basic text and has bee around for some time. A standard of any study of Rome or that era.Published 21 months ago by Akreios-Doulos
The title says it all, it's just a little subset of the Twelve Caesars... it's only about the FIRST of them. Save your money and buy the real thing. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Dan R. Vasilescu
Too dry and academic, footnotes at back of book instead of FOOTNOTES-eternally looking at back of book and losing your place -presupposes knowledge of subjectPublished on June 6, 2013 by Garry Fruhwald
detailed and fascinating portraits of roman emperors dealing with many aspects of their reigns truly a great read would recommend to any history buffs especially for this periodPublished on May 14, 2013 by Mary Hennessy