Rome – Nonfiction

Non-fiction related to Rome.

Reviews are listed by title.

“Raw Feed” items are essentially reviews made up of my lightly edited notes.

 

A

The Annals of Rome, Tacitus, trans. Michael Grant. Review.

C

A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities: Strange Tales and Surprising Facts From the World’s Greatest Empire, J. C. McKeown. Review.

Cleopatra: A Life, Stacy Schiff. Review.

Constantine the Emperor, David Potter. Review.

E

The Etruscans, Michael Grant. Review.

H

A History of Britain: At the Edge of the World, 3500 B.C. — 1603 A.D., Simon Schama. Review.

L

Life and Letters on the Roman Frontier, Alan K. Bowman. Review.

R

Readings in the Classical Historians, ed. and translated by Michael Grant. Review.

W

What If?: The World’s Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been, ed. Robert Cowley. Raw Feed.

 

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