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by Arthur E. R. Boak


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Author: Arthur Edward Romilly Boak. Release Date: May 31, 2010 This sketch of the History of Rome to 565 A. is primarily intended to meet the needs of introductory college courses in Roman History

Author: Arthur Edward Romilly Boak. Release Date: May 31, 2010. start of the project gutenberg ebook a history of rome to 565 a. A history of rome. To 565 a. By. BOAK, Ph. Professor of Ancient History. in the University of Michigan. This sketch of the History of Rome to 565 A. is primarily intended to meet the needs of introductory college courses in Roman History. However, it is hoped that it may also prove of service as a handbook for students of Roman life and literature in general. It is with the latter in mind that I have added the bibliographical note.

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Excerpt from A History of Rome to 565 A. DThis sketch of the History of Rome to 565 A. D. is primarily intended to meet the needs of introductory college courses in Roman History. However, it is hoped that it may also prove of service as a handbook for students of Roman life and literature in general. It is with the latter in mind that I have added the bibliographical note. Naturally, within the brief limits of such a text, it was impossible to defend the point of view adopted on disputed points or to take notice of divergent opinions. Therefore, to show the great debt which I owe to the work of others, and to provide those interested in particular problems with some guide to more detailed study, I have given a list of selected references, which express, I believe, the prevailing views of modern scholarship upon the various phases of Roman History.I wish to acknowledge my general indebtedness to Professor W. S. Ferguson of Harvard University for his guidance in my approach to the study of Roman History, and also my particular obligations to Professor W. L. Westermann of Cornell, and to my colleagues. Professors A. L. Cross and J. G. Winter, for reading portions of my manuscript and for much helpful criticism.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Ttexav
This volume is written as a university textbook covering the history of ancient Rome. It gives especial length and treatment to political developments within Rome and military-diplomatic engagements abroad. (It was the textbook I used in graduate school for a survey course on Roman history.) Yet it doesn't present similar detail to the cultural or social side of Rome, and this element I missed. First published in 1921, its successive editions largely preserved this treatment. There are far too few illustrations for my own preference, though there are sufficient number of high quality maps. The author's style of writing is too often old-style professorial, dry and occasionally tedious, but within its limits, it is a worthwhile read for those who wish to devote sufficient time for studying it, and a comprehensive, scholarly, and fair analysis of the spectacle of ancient Rome, from its beginnings up to the mid-6th century CE.
Reggy
Would've been 5 stars if it hadn't taken so long to get going. I've never been into Roman history and I didn't know if I could really get into it now. But after the first couple of chapters it got to be a story I Could sink my teeth into. Long, but then what's to be expected!
Trex
It is a basic history of Rome, it goes as far back in pre history as it can and discusses what is known and what has been surmised. It is an interesting and steady read. No real surprises, a good basic history of Rome.
Rayli
Detailed, play by play, ruler by ruler, vanquished people by vanquished people account of development of the Rome that eventually fell. Excellent. Print is tiny, though. Thus, the 4 stars.
Vizuru
For a person seriously interested in understanding Roman history, this would be the book. It does, however, get way into the weeds. Lots of detail; however, if one sticks with it, a complete understanding of Roman History will result.
Rleyistr
I have not completed my read, but it is a classic history of Rome and the price was right!
Bukelv
good product
Good background information.
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