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Goldsworthy is sometimes lumped into a group of "popularizers" of the Classic world. There's a population of Amazon reviewers who go out of their way to disparage any work... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard Hayes
I use it for reading enjoyment. Being a professional writer and translator I will say that Goldsworthy can be considered a writer of popular history not for serious research.Published 2 months ago by yongbing1
Quite well written. I have read this right after "Taken at the Flood" regarding Roman conquest of Greece and found the two books quite complimentary. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Hayes
I'm really enjoying this. I enjoyed Goldsworty's other titles as well. It is military history, but also engaging.Published 5 months ago by T. Bryant
Disclaimer: I am not a historian. However, I do read about 30 history books a year, so I might be what you call a history nerd. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steven H. Hoskins
Goldsworthy is an accomplished historan and this book is very exciting read.....visually very rich and filled with interesting characters....a must read for all history buffs.Published 9 months ago by Monte Gilliam
The Fall of Carthage is a bit dry compared to Goldsworthy's How Rome Fell, but is detailed survey of how the peoples of the Mediterranean basin waged war by land and by sea before... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rob Thorne