The Roman Empire by Sam Moorhead
  

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The Roman Empire by Sam Moorhead

Travel the Roman empire and discover the great diversity of its peoples and cultures. This book shows the importance of the Roman army in conquering and controlling the empire, and how the empire was held together by the Emperor and by his officials and laws. The economic power of Rome depended on raw materials from all over the empire: metals, stone and food. Rome's success lay in its inclusiveness, with many distinct cultures flourishing within its boundaries. People practised many different religions and spoke many different languages, but they were unified by Roman civilization. Sam Moorhead shows how the most successful empire in human history was organised, and why understanding the Roman empire helps us to understand better our world today.

About the Author

Sam Moorhead is an archaeologist who is Finds Adviser for Iron Age and Roman Coins in the Department of Portable Antiquities and Treasures at the British Museum.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Sam Moorhead
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Publisher

British Museum Press

Publication date

4th August 2008

ISBN

9780714131290


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