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History of Rome (4-volume set)

This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.

This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.

This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.

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History of Rome (1 of 4 volumes)
This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-222-7
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History of Rome (2 of 4 volumes)
This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.
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History of Rome (3 of 4 volumes)
This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-224-1
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History of Rome (4 of 4 volumes)
This four-volume set by the Nobel Prize-winning historian Theodor Mommsen presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire. Mommsen's magisterial synthesis of the history of Rome, culminating with Julius Caesar, is equally notable for its systematic use of epigraphic, literary, and archaeological evidence, its brilliant style, and its firm affection for the cause of Julius Caesar. This Gorgias Press reprint of the 1869–1874 New York edition will be a valuable library addition for classics scholars and history enthusiasts.
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