A Day in the Life of Ancient Rome

Titre : A Day in the Life of Ancient Rome
Auteur : Alberto Angela
Éditeur : Europa Editions Incorporated
ISBN-13 : 1933372710
Libération : 2009

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This voyage of exploration chronicles twenty-four hours in the life of a Roman patrician, beginning at dawn on an ordinary day in the year 115 A.D., with Imperial Rome at the height of its power.

Daily Life in Ancient Rome

Titre : Daily Life in Ancient Rome
Auteur : Florence Dupont
Éditeur : Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN-13 : 0631193952
Libération : 1994-10-20

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This book, now available in paperback, concerns the everyday private and public lives of the citizens of ancient Rome. Drawing on a broad selection of contemporary sources, the author examines the institutions, actions and rituals of day to day life.

Daily Life of the Ancient Romans

Titre : Daily Life of the Ancient Romans
Auteur : David Matz
Éditeur : Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN-13 : 0313303266
Libération : 2002

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Discover the ins and outs of daily life in Ancient Rome through the eyes of the Romans themselves.

Daily Life of Christians in Ancient Rome

Titre : Daily Life of Christians in Ancient Rome
Auteur : James William Ermatinger
Éditeur : Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN-13 : 0313335648
Libération : 2007

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Christians in ancient Rome were a persecuted minority, living in community and sometimes in fear. Despite this, their daily lives were largely similar to that of the Romans they lived among. This volume explores the private and public daily lives of Christians in ancient Rome, from the death of Jesus to Emperor Constantine's legalization of Christianity in 354 C.E.

Daily Life in Ancient Rome The People and the City at the Height of the Empire

Titre : Daily Life in Ancient Rome The People and the City at the Height of the Empire
Auteur : Jerome Carcopino
Éditeur : Read Books Ltd
ISBN-13 : 9781446549056
Libération : 2013-04-16

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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Everyday life in ancient Rome

Titre : Everyday life in ancient Rome
Auteur : Frank Richard Cowell
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015064814158
Libération : 1961

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Describes the daily life of Romans of all classes, their festivals, religious life, and family life.

Life in Ancient Rome

Titre : Life in Ancient Rome
Auteur : Frank Richard Cowell
Éditeur : Penguin
ISBN-13 : 0399503285
Libération : 1976-02-01

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Examines the daily lives of ancient Romans, including their social customs, religion, food, recreation, home life, and politics.

Daily Life in the Roman City

Titre : Daily Life in the Roman City
Auteur : Gregory S. Aldrete
Éditeur : Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN-13 : 031333174X
Libération : 2004-01-01

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Discusses daily life in ancient Rome, examining such topics as housing, clothing, food, childbearing, the economy, leisure times, and religion.

Daily Life in Ancient Rome

Titre : Daily Life in Ancient Rome
Auteur : J鈋r鉶me·Carcopino
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 0300000316
Libération : 1968

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2nd century imperial Rome, including food, occupations, amusements, social customs, education, and religion.

A Day in Old Rome

Titre : A Day in Old Rome
Auteur : Dr. William Stearns Davis
Éditeur : Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN-13 : 9781787207486
Libération : 2017-07-31

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This book tries to describe what an intelligent person would have witnessed in Ancient Rome if by some legerdemain he had been translated to the Second Christian Century, and conducted about the imperial city under competent guidance. The year 134 after Christ has been chosen as the hypothetical time of this visit, not from any special virtue in that date, but because Rome was then architecturally nearly completed, the Empire seemed in its most prosperous state, although many of the old usages and traditions of the Republic still survived, and the evil days of decadence were as yet hardly visible in the background. The time of the absence of Hadrian from his capital was selected particularly, in order that interest could be concentrated upon the life and doings of the great city itself, and upon its vast populace of slaves, plebeians, and nobles, not upon the splendid despot and his court, matters too often the center for attention by students of the Roman past. At the time of original publication in 1925, William Stearns Davis was Professor of Ancient History, University of Minnesota. Richly illustrated throughout.