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The city of Rome has been known as a city of splendor in which no other city in the then known world could compare Rome had been the chief city in the western world enriched by wars and by vast profits which came from controlling the destinies of other lands and peoples Rome was the center of the Roman Empire and of civilization Much of Tome lavished on the wealth elegance luxury and imaginable extravagance In this well-written and well-researched special history book the author FR Cowell succeeds in making Life in Ancient Rome alive and dynamic The combination of historical fact and detail with the use of supplementary illustrations makes this an easy to read and useful book for students or just about anyone to explore and learn about the classics of Rome as well as the 20th century Rome Overall Life in Ancient Rome is a good book to get someone familiar with the once greatness of Rome Whether you are inquiring about with rise and the growth of the city or you want to know about the meals food and drink this book outlines all the common facts of roman life and explains and illustrates it in great detail I also think the author does a great job in showing the settings and the limits of the main qualities or features of everyday in Ancient Rome as it developed from the rustic simplicity of the farmer-soldiers of the early Roman Republic down to the sophistication in the second century of out era The author Cowell gave a good detailed summary of the way Roman doctors practiced medicine Thus showing the reader that the Romans had a little advancement in medicine The author gave examples from the first century AD got along without doctors for 600 yearsp130 Also in 46 BC when Ceasar reigned and just about any quack could claim to be a doctor which led to 91 BC
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