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The Story of Rome by  Mary Macgregor

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The Story of Rome
by Mary Macgregor
A vivid account of the story of Rome from the earliest times to the death of Augustus, retold for children, chronicling the birth of a city and its growth through storm and struggle to become a great world empire. Gives short accounts of battles and campaigns, and of the men who expanded the borders of the Roman empire to include all lands bordering the Mediterranean Sea.  Ages 10-14
593 pages $18.95   




Antony and Cleopatra
Antony and Cleopatra Die
The Assassination of Caesar
The Battle of Actium
The Battle of Allia
The Battle of Cannae
The Battle of Ecnomus
The Battle of Lake Trasimenus
The Battle of Philippi
The Battle of Sentium
The Battle of Trebia
The Battle of Zama
The Battle on the Banks of the Anio
The Books of the Sibyl
The Boy Hannibal
Brutus Speaks to the Citizens
Caesar Crosses the Rubicon
Caesar Gives up His Triumph
Caesar Invades Britain
Caesar Is Loaded with Honours
Caesar Praises His Tenth Legion
Caesar Wins a Great Victory over the Nervii
Caesar and the Pilot
Camillus Captures the City of Veii
Camillus Sets the Camp of the Volscians on Fire
The Capture of Jugurtha
The Capture of Jugurtha's Treasure Towns
The Capture of New Carthage
The Carthaginians Defend Their City
Cato Dies Rather Than Yield to Caesar
The Caudine Forks
Cicero Discovers the Catilinarian Conspiracy
The City Is Rebuilt
Coriolanus and His Mother Veturia
Cornelia, the Mother of the Gracchi
The Cruel Deed of Tullia
The Curtian Lake
The Death of Brutus
The Death of Gaius Gracchus
The Death of Hannibal
The Death of Lucretia
The Death of Tiberius Gracchus
The Death of Verginia
The Death of the Conspirators
The Defeat of Hasdrubal
The Despair of Rome
The Destruction of Carthage
The Disgrace of the Caudine Forks Avenged
The Divine Twins
The Dream of the Two Consuls
The Elephants at the Battle of Heraclea
The Emperor Augustus
Fabius Wins Two Victories
Fabius among the Ciminian Hills
The Faithless Friend
The Fate of the Town of Gabii
Flamininus Is Covered with Garlands
The Flight of Marius
The Flight of Pompey
The Founding of Rome
The Friend of the People
Gaius Marius Becomes Commander of the Army
Gaius Marius Wins the Notice of Scipio Africanus
Gaius Mucius Burns His Right Hand
The Gaul Dares Not Kill Gaius Marius
The Gladiators' Revolt
The Gold of Jugurtha
Hannibal Crosses the Alps
Hannibal Leaves Italy
Hannibal Outwits Fabius
Hannibal Prepares to Invade Italy
The Hated Decemvirs
The Hatred of Cato for Carthage
Horatius Cocles, or the One-Eyed
Horatius Slays His Sister
The Industry of Lucretia
Jugurtha Is Brought to Rome in Chains
Julius Caesar Is Captured by Pirates
The King Disappears
The King Who Fought and Prayed
The Lady Roma
Livius and Claudius Enjoy a Triumph
Marius Conquers the Teutones
Marius Mocks the Ambassadors of the Cimbri
Marius Returns to Rome
Mark Antony Speaks to the Citizens
Metellus Is Driven from Rome
The Mysterious Gate
The Nobles Plot against Caesar
Numitor Recognises His Grandson
The Orator Aristion
The Peace-Loving King
The Pirates
Pompey Goes to War with Mithridates
The Pride of Tullus Hostilius
The Proscriptions of Sulla
Pyrrhus Is Defeated
Pyrrhus, King of the Epirots
Pyrrthus Tries to Frighten Fabricius
Regulus Is Taken Prisoner
The Roman Army in a Trap
The Roman Legions in Africa
The Romans Build a Fleet
The Romans Conquer the Gauls
The Romans Set Fire to the Camp of the Numidians
The Sabine Maidens
The Sacred Birds
The Sacred Geese
The Schoolmaster Who Proved a Traitor
Scipio Receives a Triumph
Scipio Sails to Africa
The Second Triumvirate
The She-Wolf
A Slave Becomes a King
The Son of Fabius Loses a Battle
The Sons of Brutus
The Statue of the Goddess
The Stern Decree
Sulla Besieges Athens
Sulla Enters Rome with His Troops
Sulla Saves Rome from the Samnites
The Tarpeian Rock
Tiberius and His Friend Octavius
The Tribunes
The Twin Boys

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