Ancient Rome

The ancient Romans had a profound effect on human history. They not only built a huge empire, but they were also a creative and inventive people whose legacy lives on to the present day. Readers who are interested in this subject might like to look at the Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt features.
How to be a Roman Soldier

How to be a Roman Soldier

Fiona Macdonald
Illustrator:  Nicholas J. Hewetson 
Nonfiction  Series
For ages 8 to 12
National Geographic, 2005   ISBN: 978-0792236160
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Julius Caesar: Young Statesman

Julius Caesar: Young Statesman

Beatrice Gormley
Nonfiction
For ages 8 to 12
Simon and Schuster, 2006   ISBN: 978-1416912811
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The Best Book of Ancient Rome

The Best Book of Ancient Rome

Deborah Murrell
Nonfiction
For ages 5 to 8
Kingfisher, 2004   ISBN: 0753457563
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The Roman Army: The Legendary Soldiers Who Created an Empire

The Roman Army: The Legendary Soldiers Who Created an Empire

Dyan Blacklock
Illustrator:  David Kennett 
Nonfiction
For ages 10 to 14
Walker Books for Young Readers, 2004   ISBN: 0802788963
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Rome: In Spectacular Cross-Section

Rome: In Spectacular Cross-Section

Andrew Solway
Illustrator:  Stephen Biesty 
Nonfiction and Fiction Picture Book
For ages 8 and up
Scholastic, 2003   ISBN: 0439455464
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The roman conspiracy

The roman conspiracy

Jack Mitchell
Historical Fiction
For ages 12 and up
Tundra Books, 2005   ISBN: 0887767133
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