The Origin of Empire: Rome from the Republic to Hadrian

The Origin of Empire: Rome from the Republic to Hadrian

Beginning with the Roman army?s first foray beyond its borders and concluding with the death of Hadrian in 138 CE, this panoramic history of the early Roman Empire recounts the wars, leaders, and social transformations that lay the foundations of imperial success. Between 264 BCE, when the Roman army crossed into Sicily, and the death of Hadrian nearly three hundred years Beginning with the Roman army?s first foray beyond its borders and concluding with the death of Hadrian in 138 CE, ...

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Title:The Origin of Empire: Rome from the Republic to Hadrian
Author:David Stone Potter
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Genres:History
ISBN:The Origin of Empire: Rome from the Republic to Hadrian
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

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  • Nathan Albright
    Dec 03, 2019
    What if empire was a bad thing? This particular book deals with an interesting subject, the way that Rome acquainted itself with being an imperial power, and completely fumbles one of the most massively important parts of that discussion, and that is the possibility that it was right t...
  • Nathan Albright
    Dec 03, 2019
    What if empire was a bad thing? This particular book deals with an interesting subject, the way that Rome acquainted itself with being an imperial power, and completely fumbles one of the most massively important parts of that discussion, and that is the possibility that it was right t...
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    Sep 08, 2019
    Excellent writing style. Breezes through the dense, packed centuries of Roman history in a fast-paced and often amused narrative. Develops the story of the main thesis that the Republic tore itself apart once it gained access to the wealth and resources of the entire Mediterranean. Cor...
  • Jerome
    Sep 08, 2019
    Excellent writing style. Breezes through the dense, packed centuries of Roman history in a fast-paced and often amused narrative. Develops the story of the main thesis that the Republic tore itself apart once it gained access to the wealth and resources of the entire Mediterranean. Cor...
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  • JP Mitton
    Jan 09, 2020
    A good survey of the origins of the Roman Empire up to the Emperor Hadrian. I learned a few things and have been given a few things to explore further. ...
  • JP Mitton
    Jan 16, 2020
    A good survey of the origins of the Roman Empire up to the Emperor Hadrian. I learned a few things and have been given a few things to explore further. ...