The history of Rome spans some 3,000 years, a very long period that constitutes the foundational stage of Western civilization. Therefore, we know that there will be no shortage of readers for our collection of Roman History Books in PDF format, where you can learn for free about an Empire that developed between wars, invasions, a large number of kings and heroic characters.
Knowing Rome and its history is really an exciting journey that every person should take. Our books on the history of Rome can guide you on this journey through relevant information. Witness how one of the most powerful empires of mankind was born, grew and fell.
The story of Rome’s origin is shrouded in incredible legends, more akin to tall tales than real history, and which experts still cannot be sure are true. According to recorded versions, the city was founded by the brothers Romulus and Remus on the banks of the Tiber River in 753 BC. The foundation was marked by the murder of Remus at the hands of his brother, due to a dispute over the ideal location of the city.
From then on, events unfolded that marked the course of an entire civilization, spanning half of the planet. Rome is the cradle of one of the world’s greatest cultural heritages, as well as witness to countless wars, reigns, revolts and exploits.
In our collection you will find information on its foundation, the republic, the empire, mythology and religion, late antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, modern and contemporary times of the great Rome.
We invite you to learn first-hand about this indispensable historical period with our more than 15 Roman history books in PDF format, along with the compilation of Roman mythology also available. Access them right now absolutely free of charge.
Here we present our complete selection of Roman History books:
Historical Evolution of Roman Infantry Arms and Armor 753 BC - 476 AD
Evan Bossio, Robert Chase, Justin Dyer
Revision and Reconstruction of the Battles of Cannae (216 BCE) and Zama (202 BCE)
Yozan D. Mosig and Imene Belhassen
Marriage, families, and survival in the Roman imperial army: demographic aspects
Roman Building Materials Construction Methods and Architecture The Identity of an Empire
Michael Strickland,Dr Pamela Mack,Dr Alan Grubb
Heroes Saints and Gods Foundation Legends and Propaganda in Ancient and Renaissance Rome
Danielle L Marsh,Dr Ronald K Delph,Dr James P Holoka
Medieval Europe From the Fall of Rome to the Renaissance (Article)
Redlands Unified School District
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