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A book about roman mythology, written for an elementary school student.
The Roman Empire
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Learn about the land of gladiators, chariot racing, arches, soldiers, the Colosseum, emperors, Caesar, and one of the most impressive and exciting empires that the world has ever known. This print... More > and use unit study is a child-directed unit study for intermediate readers that requires no parental prep time. Adaptable for younger grades or beginning readers. Everything you need for a unit study on the Roman Empire is included: content on 30 topics; many pictures to illustrate each topic; activities; links to online free lessons, PowerPoint presentations, and virtual tours; prefixes/roots/suffixes, building and deciphering Latin words; corresponding worksheets following each chapter with answer keys. Worksheet formats include Q&A, comparison, fill in the blank, true/false, D'Nealian-style handwriting practice, multiple choice, and matching. 270 pages< Less
The Empire That Was
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Jessica and Matthew are taken back in time by the power of the magic doll called Miranda. For the latest adventure they go on a day out to Chester an old Roman town, and are whisked back in time to... More > the days of the Roman Empire. They get to know how the Romans lived and have an exciting adventure before once more being whisked back into the twenty first century.< Less
Days of Yore: Roman Empire
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Days of Yore: Roman Empire is a historical role playing game that takes place in ancient Rome. The game features the following: -A custom-made 3d6 system inspired by d20 rules. -Character creation... More > using four diverse classes. -Detailed, historically accurate setting information. -Optional rules for magic and mythological creatures.< Less
The Roman Empire in the Light of Prophecy.
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The Roman Empire in the Light of Prophecy by W. E. Vine is a historical book. The following pages are the outcome of several conversations with inquirers shortly after the outbreak of the great war,... More > in 1914, and of requests for notes of the views expressed. The subject of these conversations had occupied the earnest if intermittent attention of the writer for over twenty years. The notes were expanded into a series of articles which appeared in The Witness during 1915. These have been revised and somewhat extended for the present volume, especially the last chapter, much of which was previously precluded by limitations of space.< Less
The Holy Roman Empire (Illustrated)
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“The object of this treatise is not so much to give a narrative history of the countries included in the Romano-Germanic Empire—Italy during the middle ages, Germany from the ninth... More > century to the nineteenth—as to describe the Holy Empire itself as an institution or system, the wonderful offspring of a body of beliefs and traditions which have almost wholly passed away from the world. Such a description, however, would not be intelligible without some account of the great events which accompanied the growth and decay of imperial power; and it has therefore appeared best to give the book the form rather of a narrative than of a dissertation; and to combine with an exposition of what may be called the theory of the Empire an outline of the political history of Germany, as well as some notices of the affairs of mediæval Italy.”< Less
The Holy Roman Empire In Prophecy
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The Holy Roman Empire has made pivotal and defining contributions to Western civilization-but its many reincarnations have also come with painful and catastrophic consequences. European leaders aim... More > to unite the fractured continent of Europe by reviving the legacy of this extraordinary church-state combine. One of the great lessons of this empire is that it always comes back. There is always another resurrection. The Holy Roman Empire is not just a relic of history. It is about to play a central role in world events. Coming to understand about the nature and character of this powerful institution tells you as much about the future as it does about the past.< Less
Decline And Fall of the Roman Empire
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EDWARD GIBBON Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire--I Edward Gibbon, son of a Hampshire gentleman, was born at Putney, near London, April 27, 1737. After a preliminary education at Westminster, and... More > fourteen "unprofitable" months at Magdalen College, Oxford, a whim to join the Roman church led to his banishment to Lausanne, where he spent five years, and acquired a mastery of the French language, formed his taste for literary expression, and settled his religious doubts in a profound scepticism. He served some years in the militia, and was a member of parliament. It was in 1764, while musing amidst, the ruins of the Capitol of Rome, that the idea of writing "The Decline and Fall" of the city first started into his mind. The vast work was completed in 1787. "A Study in Literature," written in French, and his "Miscellaneous Works," published after his death, which include "The Memoirs of his Life and Writings," complete the list of his literary labours. He died of dropsy on January 16, 1794.< Less
Roman Coinage Empire Vespasian
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Coin catalog contains about 1600 known coins of the emperor Vespasian. Roman coins of the imperial age grouped by year of minting with the explanation of the inscriptions and the subjects... More > represented. Images showing the different types of coins and golden quinari gold, money and quinari of silver, gold and dupondi of orichalcum, bronze axes semissi quadrants< Less
The Rising Roman Empire
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Each time Rome fell it actually resulted in fewer people getting more power. I laugh when I see Gregory of Tours writing about Sanctuary and how the churchians sold the poor person who sought... More > sanctuary to the highest bidder. I laugh when I see celibate priests and their concubines but I understand there could be no inheritance for the illegitimate offspring of the priestly perversions. They dared to make women into second class humans at the Council of Carthage in 397 AD. They dared to have a Holy Alliance with corporate and state entities at the Treaty of Verona in the 19th Century. This book details the facts that Jacobins (Royals) like Gibbon purposefully hid as he wrote masterfully about the Empire ending in 1493.< Less
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