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Roman Letters: History from a Personal Point of View (Classical Studies Pedagogy Series) epub ebook

by Finley P. Hooper,Matthew Schwartz

Roman Letters: History from a Personal Point of View (Classical Studies Pedagogy Series) epub ebook

Author: Finley P. Hooper,Matthew Schwartz
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Wayne State University Press; 1st Edition edition (January 1, 1991)
Pages: 344 pages
ISBN: 0814320236
ISBN13: 978-0814320235
Rating: 4.4
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Addressing these and other questions, Finley Hooper and Matthew Schwartz have . Some letters give a different perspective to history, while others talk of harvests, marriages, and day-to-day events.

Addressing these and other questions, Finley Hooper and Matthew Schwartz have compiled a selection of letters from Cicero in the first century . to Cassidorus in the sixth century . The letters, sometimes surprising, occasionally amusing, but always impressive, provide new insights to Roman life. With sixteen chapters, notable Romans write about themselves and their times, and about personal and public matters.

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Title: Classical studies pedagogy series. General Note: Selected letters translated from the Greek and Latin. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 329-332) and index. Geographic Name: Rome Social life and customs. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Among thefirst in a new world history series by Time-Life Books. Explores Roman life, has examples ofart, a timeline, stories of daily lives and military actions.

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Roman Letters (History from a Personal Point of View; BY Matthew Schwartz, Finley Hooper; Imprint: Wipf and Stock). In this selection of letters, notable Romans write about themselves and their times, as well as about personal and public matters. Seneca provides indignant remarks about the behavior of women in Nero’s Rome. From his monastic cell in Bethlehem, St. Jerome berates St. Augustine for gossip he may have spread. Wipf and Stock Publishers.

What did the Romans say in their letters? How are their letters useful in understanding the ancient world? Addressing these and other questions, Finley Hooper and Matthew Schwartz have compiled a selection of letters from Cicero in the first century B.C. to Cassidorus in the sixth century A.D. The letters, sometimes surprising, occasionally amusing, but always impressive, provide new insights to Roman life.With sixteen chapters, notable Romans write about themselves and their times, and about personal and public matters. Seneca provides indignant remarks about the behavior of women in Nero's Rome. From his monastic cell in Bethlehem, St. Jerome berates St. Augustine for unkind gossip he may have spread. Some letters give a different perspective to history, while others talk of harvests, marriages, and day-to-day events. The authors have included running commentary for historical continuity as well as brief sketches on the men behind the letters.

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