Step into the Roman Empire by Philip Steele
  

Step into the Roman Empire

Written by Philip Steele
Illustrated by

Synopsis

Step into the Roman Empire by Philip Steele

What life was like in ancient Rome - find out about Roman houses, clothes, food, sports, drama, schools, towns and culture. Packed with over 300 colour images and 50 illustrations, including cross sections, historical maps and a pictorial timeline

About the Author

Philip Steele has written books on history, geography, and cultural and social themes and is an established author, chiefly of children's non-fiction. He graduated from University College, Durham, graduating in Modern languages in 1971. After graduating, he worked as an editor for various book publishers in London before moving to the Isle of Anglesey, in North Wales, where he now lives. His recent publications include Encyclopedia of British History and A City Through Time.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Philip Steele
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Publisher

Southwater an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

13th February 2007

ISBN

9781844763481


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