Description - The Rise and Fall of the Romans 753-27 BC by Brian Taylor
The Rise and Fall of the Romans provides a chronological account of the formation, battles and campaigns of the Roman state and democracy, from the foundation and growth of the city, to the epic struggles with Carthage during the Punic Wars and the resultant expansion throughout the Mediterranean.
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(234mm x 156mm x 10mm)
Spellmount Publishers Ltd
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
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Author Biography - Brian Taylor
The author has always had a keen interest in military history, in particular the campaigns of the Second World War, the Napoleonic period and of the ancient Romans. He has previously written a two volume history of the campaigns on the Eastern Front during the Second World War titled Barbarossa to Berlin and a history of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars titled The Empire of the French. He lives in Co. Durham.