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Recreates individuals and events that made ancient Rome a political and cultural conqueror, portraying its major and lesser-known figures, assessing its achievements in literature, architecture, sculpture, and painting, and depicting the economic and social conditions of life
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Previously published by Macmillan.About the Author:
Michael Grant (1914-2004) was a historian whose over forty publications on ancient Rome and Greece popularised the classical and early Christian world. He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, served in intelligence and as a diplomat during the Second World War, and afterwards became deputy director of the British Council's European division, when he also published his first book. He later returned to academia, teaching at Cambridge and Edinburgh, and serving as Vice Chancellor at the University of Khartoum and at Queen's University, Belfast.
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