READING HALL "THIRD MILLENNIUM LIBRARY"

 

THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY

ROME AND THE MEDITERRANEAN.

218-133 BC

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTERS

I

POLYBIUS

T. R. Glover

II

HANNIBAL’S INVASION OF ITALY

B. L. Hallward

III

THE ROMAN DEFENSIVE

B. L. Hallward

IV

SCIPIO AND VICTORY

B. L. Hallward

V

ROME AND MACEDON: PHILIP AGAINST THE ROMANS

Maurice Holleaux

VI

ROME AND MACEDON: THE ROMANS AGAINST PHILIP

Maurice Holleaux

VII

ROME AND ANTIOCHUS

Maurice Holleaux

VIII

THE FALL OF THE MACEDONIAN MONARCHY

P. V. M. Benecke

IX

ROME AND THE HELLENISTIC STATES

P. V. M. Benecke

X

THE ROMANS IN SPAIN

A. Schulten

XI

ITALY

Tenney Frank

XII

ROME

Tenney Frank

XIII

THE BEGINNINGS OF LATIN LITERATURE

J. Wight Duff

XIV

ROMAN RELIGION AND THE ADVENT OF PHILOSOPHY

Cyril Bailey

XV

THE FALL OF CARTHAGE

B. L. Hallward

XVI

SYRIA AND THE JEWS

E. R. Bevan

XVII

THRACE

Gawril I- Kazarow

XVIII

THE BOSPORAN KINGDOM

M. Rostovtzeff

XIX

PERGAMUM

M. Rostovtzeff

XX

RHODES, DELOS AND HELLENISTIC COMMERCE

M. Rostovtzeff

XXI

HELLENISTIC ART

Bernard Ashmole

 

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Roman religion from Numa to Augustus

Primitive Italy and the Beginnings of Roman Imperialism

Piracy in the Ancient World

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Rome and Carthage the Punic wars

The founding of the Roman Empire

A Handbook Of Greek And Roman Architecture

The Greek House: its history and development from the Neolithic period to the Hellenistic Age. Cambridge

Later Greek Sculpture