Streams of History: Ancient Rome
by Ellwood Wadsworth Kemp
Description: Presents the geography of Italy and the life of Rome at three different periods of her growth: her infancy, her strong manhood, and her old age. Relates how Rome in her early years established herself in Italy, then engaged in conflict with Carthage, her most powerful neighbor and enemy, and finally extended her power all around the Mediterranean, giving to the world peace, law and order, and making unconsciously a highway both for Greek culture and for Christianity to spread to the West.
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Table of Contents
1. The Geography of Italy
2. Rome in Her Infancy
3. The Struggle between Rome and Carthage
4. How Rome Conquered the World
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