The Rise of Rome

The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (Repost)

Anthony Everitt, "The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire"
2012 | ISBN: 1400066638 | English | 512 pages | MOBI | 4.70 MB
The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (repost)

The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire by Anthony Everitt
English | ISBN: 1400066638 | 2012 | epub | 512 pages | 5,3 MB

Comedy and the Rise of Rome (repost)  

Posted by MoneyRich at Sept. 5, 2014
Comedy and the Rise of Rome (repost)

Comedy and the Rise of Rome by Matthew Leigh
Oxford University Press | December 22, 2005 | English | ISBN: 0199290288 | 256 pages | PDF | 2 MB

This volume is an original study of the plays of the two great Roman comic playwrights Plautus and Terence in the context of political and economic change in Rome in the third and second centuries BC. In contrast to the dominant trend of viewing the plays by reference to their largely lost Greek originals, the book adopts a historicist approach that concentrates on their effect on a contemporary audience.

Comedy and the Rise of Rome [Repost]  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at June 25, 2014
Comedy and the Rise of Rome [Repost]

Matthew Leigh - Comedy and the Rise of Rome
Published: 2005-12-22 | ISBN: 0199290288, 019926676X | PDF | 256 pages | 3 MB

The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (Audiobook)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Jan. 26, 2014
The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (Audiobook)

The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (Audiobook) By Anthony Everitt, read by Stephen Thorne
Unabridged edition 2013 | 15 hrs and 13 mins | ISBN: n/a | ASIN: B00BCNZS06 | MP3 64 kbps | 416 MB

The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Jan. 15, 2013
The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire (Repost)

Anthony Everitt, "The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire"
English | ISBN: 1400066638 | edition 2012 | epub | 512 pages | 5,3 MB
The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire

The Rise of Rome: The Making of the World's Greatest Empire by Anthony Everitt
Random House | 2012 | ISBN: 1400066638 | English | 512 pages | EPUB + MOBI | 5.30 MB + 4.70 MB
The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare: Greece, The Hellenistic World and the Rise of Rome v. 1

The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare: Greece, The Hellenistic World and the Rise of Rome v. 1 By Philip Sabin (Editor), Hans van Wees (Editor), Michael Whitby (Editor)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2007 | 694 Pages | ISBN: 0521782732 | PDF | 9 MB
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Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War, and the Rise of Rome (Hellenistic Culture and Society)
Publisher: University of California Press | ISBN: 0520246187 | edition 2007 | PDF | 389 pages | 1.3 mb

This ground-breaking study is the first to employ modern international relations theory to place Roman militarism and expansion of power within the broader Mediterranean context of interstate anarchy. Arthur M. Eckstein challenges claims that Rome was an exceptionally warlike and aggressive state - not merely in modern but in ancient terms - by arguing that intense militarism and aggressiveness were common among all Mediterranean polities from ca 750 B.C. onwards. In his wide-ranging and masterful narrative, Eckstein explains that international politics in the ancient Mediterranean world was, in political science terms, a multipolar anarchy: international law was minimal, and states struggled desperately for power and survival by means of warfare. Eventually, one state, the Republic of Rome, managed to create predominance and a sort of peace. Rome was certainly a militarized and aggressive state, but it was successful not because it was exceptional in its ruthlessness, Eckstein convincingly argues; rather, it was successful because of its exceptional ability to manage a large network of foreign allies, and to assimilate numerous foreigners within the polity itself. This book shows how these characteristics, in turn, gave Rome incomparably large resources for the grim struggle of states fostered by the Mediterranean anarchy - and hence they were key to Rome's unprecedented success.

Comedy and the Rise of Rome  

Posted by tot167 at March 11, 2009
Comedy and the Rise of Rome

Matthew 0199290288, “Comedy and the Rise of Rome”
Oxford University Press | 2005 | ISBN: 0199290288 | 256 pages | PDF | 1,8 MB