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Informative read, get a feel for the day to day world of a Roman- did you know they carried collapsible tripod chairs around with them- I wonder if I can did one on Amazon. . .Published 16 days ago by Dry Tortugas
Answers the question, "How did people live in 2nd century Rome?" Hint, it was not bread and circus. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen D McLeod
I enjoyed this for two reasons. First, it was very interesting to get a level view of roman life. As a huge fan of history books are almost always huge, world spanning affairs, and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rory Ivanoff
Thorough, interesting,educational, and not difficult to readPublished 14 months ago by gene r hoffman
Index poor. Information difficult to find. Why would concubines be listed under "Education and Religion?"Published 14 months ago by Babs
WARNING: The Amazon link from the Carcopino/Beard version of this book (published 2003) leads to copies of the original version, published in 1941, that does NOT have Beard's intro... Read morePublished 22 months ago by John Strand
Unreserved praise for the research. It's a look at the minutiae of a city: its residents, its structures (often crumbling) and its daily life. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Rugby3
Poorly written History. Took too long to get to the point of the historical significance. Don't buy. Waste of time.Published on June 20, 2014 by jean
I'm a bible teacher and I bought this book to give me a better understanding of the times 2nd century Rome. I was not disappointed. I learned so much that! Read morePublished on April 1, 2014 by Adalia