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HISTORY: Ancient Civilizations: Rome


HISTORY: Ancient Civilizations: Rome

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Ancient Roman war and weapons Juvenile Book Ancient Roman war and weapons

Williams, Brian, 1943-
J 355.0093 WILLIAM

History, archaeological evidence, and primary-source material combine to vividly portray daily life in ancient cultures. Each book examines a specific aspect of ancient life in-depth, allowing readers to make comparisons with their own lives.




Ancient Romans Juvenile Book Ancient Romans

Ganeri, Anita, 1961-
J 937 GANERI

Two-page sections introduce aspects of everyday life and culture, social structure, history, and the fall of each civilization.




Ancient Rome Juvenile Book Ancient Rome

Ackroyd, Peter, 1949-
J 937 ACKROYD

Traces the history of ancient Rome and how its civilization continues to influence Western culture.




Ancient Rome Juvenile Book Ancient Rome

Hynson, Colin.
J 937 HYNSON

Explores the daily life, culture, and history of ancient Rome.




Ancient Rome and Pompeii :  a nonfiction companion to Vacation under the volcano Juvenile Book Ancient Rome and Pompeii : a nonfiction companion to Vacation under the volcano

Osborne, Mary Pope.
J 937 OSBORNE

What was it like to be a gladiator? How many people died in the destruction of Pompeii? How did Roman children spend their days? Find out the answers to these questions and more in Magic Tree House Research Guide: "Ancient Rome and Pompeii." This is the nonfiction companion to "Vacation Under the Volcano."




Ancient Rome revealed Juvenile Book Ancient Rome revealed

Chrisp, Peter.
J 937 CHRISP

Describes the people, places, and events of Ancient Rome, from the early days of the Republic through the High Empire period and beyond. Includes four two-page spreads with acetate overlays.




Ancient Rome! :  exploring the culture, people, & ideas of this powerful empire Juvenile Book Ancient Rome! : exploring the culture, people, & ideas of this powerful empire

Hart, Avery.
J 937 HART

Examines the history, geography, culture, and politics of the Roman Empire and similarities to the United States.




Atticus of Rome :  30 B.C. Juvenile Book Atticus of Rome : 30 B.C.

Denenberg, Barry.
J SERIES LIFE AN

In ancient Rome, Atticus, a young slave purchased by a wealthy and powerful lawyer, finds that he is completely invisible to the people from whom he must gather information in order to help foil a plot against the Emperor.




Gladiators Juvenile Book Gladiators

Martin, Michael, 1948-
J 796.8 MARTIN

Describes Roman gladiators, including their history, weapons, and way of life.




Gladiators and ancient Rome Juvenile Book Gladiators and ancient Rome

Ganeri, Anita, 1961-
J 937 GANERI

The Roman Empire declined and fell more than 1,500 years ago, but for thirteen centuries, ancient Rome and its gladiators made history. Who were the gladiators? How were they trained? What was life like in ancient Rome?




Heroes, gods & emperors from Roman mythology Juvenile Book Heroes, gods & emperors from Roman mythology

Usher, Kerry.
J 292.13 USHER

Discusses life in ancient Rome and presents the myths that civilization has bequeathed us.




How people lived in ancient Rome Juvenile Book How people lived in ancient Rome

Bingham, Jane.
J 937 BINGHAM




If I were a kid in ancient Rome Juvenile Book If I were a kid in ancient Rome


J 937 IF I WE

This book explores one of the world's great historic cultures, from its religious life to its distinctive cuisine, as experienced by its younger members.




Life in ancient Rome Juvenile Book Life in ancient Rome

Adams, Simon, 1955-
J 937 ADAMS

Life in Ancient Rome explores the world built and run by the Romans-from Rome's legendary origins, through the growth of the republic, to the height and eventual decline of the empire.




Miranda the Great Juvenile Book Miranda the Great

Estes, Eleanor, 1906-1988.
J ESTES

Miranda is a cat used to a calm and happy life. She and her favorite daughter, Punka, live with a kind family in a pretty villa in Rome during the reign of Nero. But when barbarians invade the city, the family flees to safety and in the confusion and panic their beloved cats are accidentally left behind.




Romans :   dress, eat, write, and play just like the Romans Juvenile Book Romans : dress, eat, write, and play just like the Romans

Macdonald, Fiona, 1958-
J 937 MACDONA

Fascinating facts and thirteen easy-to-do activities involve young readers in exploring this ancient civilization and its people




Rome Juvenile Book Rome

Bargallo i Chaves, Eva, 1960-
J 937 BARGALL

From the eighth century B.C., until its fall in the fifth century A.D., Rome was developed. From its great engineering achievements to its accomplishments in language, law, and culture, this mighty empire set the standard for many civilizations to follow.




Rome Juvenile Book Rome

Shahrukh Husain.
J 398.2093 SHAHRUK

A collection of stories pertaining to ancient Rome.




Rome :  in spectacular cross section Juvenile Book Rome : in spectacular cross section

Biesty, Stephen.
J 937 BIESTY

Detailed illustrations with explanatory captions and narrative text survey some sites in ancient Rome, including the house of a wealthy family, the Colosseum, the Baths of Trajan, and the Temple of Jupiter.




Science in ancient Rome Juvenile Book Science in ancient Rome

Harris, Jacqueline L.
J 509.37 HARRIS

Describes how the Romans put to use and expanded the scientific achievements of earlier civilizations.




The crafts and culture of the Romans Juvenile Book The crafts and culture of the Romans

Jovinelly, Joann.
J 937 JOVINEL

Information about life in ancient Rome accompanies a variety of related craft projects. Also includes a timeline, a glossary, and other resources.




You wouldn't want to be a Roman gladiator! :  gory things you'd rather not know Juvenile Book You wouldn't want to be a Roman gladiator! : gory things you'd rather not know

Malam, John, 1957-
J 796.8093 MALAM

A light-hearted introduction to the life and training of a Roman gladiator.




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