The book "A History Of Education In Antiquity" by Henri-Irne Marrou is a compendium of knowledge about upbringing and education over the centuries (X BCE - V century CE) in the era of antiquity (Greek and Roman), which is the result of the author's long research. The book was published by Aletheia publishing house.
Reviews (Academic publications)
If you have any reviews or would like to share your impressions about some books, feel free to send me texts to: [email protected]
Of course, there aren’t any major demands on style and length. It is important that the text is coherent, describes your impressions and presents the evaluation of the publication.
The book "Finds of Roman imports in the Area of the Ancient Iron-melting Centers in Poland" by Iwona Kowalczyk-Mizerakowska is the result of several years of research and the author's inquiries into Roman finds in ancient iron-melting centers in Poland, and more specifically in the provinces Mazowieckie and Świętokrzyskie. These objects have not yet been published.
Book "Caracalla in Egypt (A.D. 215-216)" by professor Adam Łukaszewicz is written in English and focuses on the events of 215-216 CE, when the reigning Emperor Caracalla went on a journey to the eastern territories of the Roman Empire. During his stay in Alexandria, according to the records of ancient writers, the city's inhabitants were to be murdered, at his order.
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".
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.