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Reviews

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Review: Caesar’s Greatest Victory: The Battle of Alesia, Gaul 52 BC

John Sadler, Rosie Serdiville

The book "Caesar's Greatest Victory: The Battle of Alesia, Gaul 52 BC" by John Sadler and Rosie Serdiville tells the story of one of Julius Caesar's most amazing victories, who, despite being outnumbered by the Gauls, was able to stand up to and defeat the enemy at Alesia. The book was published by Casemate Publishers.

Review: Monstrosity and Philosophy. Radical Otherness in Greek and Latin Culture

Filippo Del Lucchese

The book "Monstrosity and Philosophy. Radical Otherness in Greek and Latin Culture" by Filippo Del Lucchese is about monsters in ancient culture and presents the views of ancient philosophers on this subject and related issues. The author's goal was to reconstruct the concept of "monstrosity" among ancient thinkers. The book was published by "Edinburgh University Press".

Review: New Frontiers. Law and society in the Roman world

(ed. Paul J. du Plessis)

The book "New Frontiers. Law and society in the Roman world", edited by Paul J. du Plessis, is an item containing eleven scientific articles on Roman law. The book is the result of an interdisciplinary collaboration of various authors who raise interesting issues related to law and society in the world of ancient Rome. The book was published by "Edinburgh University Press".

Review: Roman Law before the Twelve Tables

Sinclair W. Bell, Paul J. Plessis

The book "Roman Law before the Twelve Tables", edited by Sinclair W. Bell and Paul J. Plessis, is a scientific work in which individual authors focus on the issue of Roman law, before the establishment of the Twelve Tables.

Review: Early Rome to 290 BC

Guy Bradley

The book "Early Rome to 290 BC. The Beginnings of the City and the Rise of the Republic" by Guy Bradley is a book about the earliest period of the Roman state. The reader gets to know Rome from the Late Bronze Age to 290 BCE. The book was published by Edinburgh University Press.

Review: The Romans Pop-Up

Andy and Maggie Hall

"The Romans Pop-Up" by Andy and Maggie Hall is a book aimed at younger readers who can recreate the scenery of ancient Rome and learn about its history by cutting and glueing.

Review: Geometric Patterns from Roman Mosaics

Robert Field

The book "Geometric Patterns from Roman Mosaics" by Robert Field is, despite its small volume (about 60 pages), an extraordinary item. The Reader is provided with a list of more interesting Roman mosaics and at the same time a tutorial on creating ancient compositions on a sheet of paper.

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