Introduction * 1. The Formation of the Roman Identity (800-300BC) * 2. War and Empire (400-133BC) * 3. The Failure of the Roman Republic (133-59BC) * 4. The Transition from Republic to Principate (59BC-AD70) * 5. The Age of Stability (AD70-238) * 6. The Transformation of the Roman World (AD238-410) * 7. The Endings of the Roman Empire (AD410-642)
The third edition of David Potter's lively history, which tells the extraordinary story of Rome from its origins, through the Republic and Empire, to the period of its decline and fall.
David Potter is Francis W. Kelsey Collegiate Professor of Greek and Roman History, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and Professor of Greek and Latin at the University of Michigan.
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