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Mary Beard Collection: Rome

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Meet the Romans [Meet the Rome empire]: "We still live in the shadow of ancient Rome - a city at the heart of a vast empire that stretched from the North of England to Afghanistan, dominating the west for over 700 years. This fascinating history series, as seen on the BBC and presented by Professor Mary Beard, puts aside the stories of emperors and armies, guts and gore, to meet the real Romans living at the heart of it all" -- Container.; Ultimate Rome - Empire without limit: "Travelling from Spain to Israel, Algeria to Britain, Germany to Turkey, historian and classicist Mary Beard answers the big questions that have fascinated people for centuries... How and why did the Roman empire happen? Why did Rome acquire an empire? And why did it fall? Mary examines its creation, its succes [...]
DVD
2016
Clemons (Stacks)
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Republic of Virtue [electronic resource]

Archaeologist and historian Richard Miles examines the phenomenon of the Roman Republic, from its fratricidal mythical beginnings- with the legend of Romulus and Remus, to the all too real violence of its end- dragged to destruction by war lords like Pompey and Julius Caesar. Traveling to Sicily and North Africa, Richard tells the story of Rome's century-long struggle for dominance with the other great regional power, Carthage. With no-one left to beat, the only enemy that Rome had left was itself.
Online
2010
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Spartacus [electronic resource]

This program profiles Spartacus, a gladiator with a gift for leadership who conducted a tremendous slave revolt against the Roman Republic.
Online
2008
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Julius Caesar [electronic resource]

This program provides a study of Julius Caesar - general, statesman, absolute ruler of Rome.
Online
2008
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Rome [electronic resource]: Engineering an Empire

This program chronicles Rome's spectacular structural history from the rise of Julius Caesar in 55 BC to the Empire's eventual collapse in the 6th century AD.
Online
2005
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Rome : Power & Glory

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VHS
1999; 1998
Ivy (By Request)
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The Rise of Rome [electronic resource]

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Rome's army and its military history defined the city that conquered Macedonia, Greece and Egypt and transformed its society. Villas, aqueducts and a portrait bust of Scipio Africanus are featured.
Online
1989
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The Roman Empire [electronic resource]

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Rome's civil engineering was as important to the Empire's success as its weapons. A close examination of Trajan's Column, the Arch of Septimius Severus and the Arch of Constantine reveals important details of Roman history. Augustus and the Pax Romana are also discussed.
Online
1989