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Daily Life in Ancient Rome

The People and the City at the Height of the Empire

by Jerome Carcopino

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Yale University Press .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Classical Greek & Roman archaeology,
  • European history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Social history,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • Ancient - Rome,
  • City and town life,
  • History,
  • Italy,
  • Rome

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9658818M
    ISBN 100300000316
    ISBN 109780300000313

    Daily Life in Ancient Rome by Florence Dupont and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Daily Life in Ancient Rome: The People and the City at the Height of the Empire. Jérôme Carcopino. Yale University Press, - City and town life - pages. 7 Reviews "This classic book brings to life imperial Rome as it was during the second century A.D., the time of Trajan and Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius and Commodus. It was a period 3/5(7).

      Daily Life in Ancient Rome however different from the ancient Romans. The book “Roman Blood” is a history book that depicts the times of the ancient ruler Sulla, who was a dictator in 80 B.C. The Daily Life of an Ancient Egyptian Peasant Derek Joseph There is a romanticized version of how the ancient Egyptians lived. Because most. Daily Life in Ancient Rome: The People and the City at the Height of the Empire. Author. Jérôme Carcopino & Mary Beard. Publisher. Yale University Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization.

    Reading Jérôme Carcopino's timeless account of life in ancient Rome brings the reader back to the dark, narrow, crowded Roman streets, flanked on both sides by teetering, five-story tenements. Although written in a style of long ago, therein lies the charm of this by: Get this from a library! Daily Life in Ancient Rome. [Don Nardo] -- Enter the world of ancient Rome and discover what daily life was really like. Discover what sports were popular, how children were educated, which jobs people did and much more!


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by Jérôme Carcopino (Author), Mary Beard (Introduction) out of 5 stars 45 ratings. ISBN Cited by: In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading.

Back. Daily Life in Ancient Rome: A Sourcebook. Brian K. Harvey. out of 5 stars 4. Kindle Edition. $ Daily Life in Ancient Rome - The People and the City at the Height of the by: 24 Hours in Ancient Rome: A Day in the Life of the People Who Lived There (24 Hours in Ancient History Book 1)/5(4).

In this portrait of life in Ancient Rome, the author begins by painting a backcloth on which the social, political, cultural and religious aspects of the community are drawn. He enlarges on the details of everyday life, following the typical routine of a normal day from dawn to dinner and the talk that continued long into the : Jerome Carcopino.

Daily Life in Ancient Rome. This book, now available in paperback, concerns the everyday private and public lives of the citizens of ancient Rome. Drawing on a broad selection of contemporary sources, the author examines the institutions, actions and rituals of day to day life/5.

"Anyone with a taste for history, and curiosity as to the resemblances and differences between our own civilization and that of the ancients, should find intensely interesting Jérôme Carcopino's Daily Life in Ancient RomeThe book, which is carefully documented, is that all too rare phenomenon among works of scholarship, a narrative written with verve and animation."—.

For all those who have ever dreamed of traveling back in time, Alberto Angela's narrative style will prove thoroughly satisfying. Rich in atmosphere and historical information, A Day in the Life of Ancient Rome is a voyage into a world both distant to us in time and surprisingly near in its habits, mores, and by: 2.

This book is interesting as the first "popular" book on daily life in rome. Unfortunately it is tainted by the author's biases towards the ideology of Mussolini and the fascists. Interesting for those interested in this book as literature rather than as a book about rome/5. Roman Daily Life. Daily life in Ancient Rome often began with a light breakfast.

Bread and water (or wine) would be served at home, or a wheat pancake could have been purchased on the way to work or school. Sometimes meat, fish, fruit, and other items may have been served, but not each day. The book opens with a description of the historical context and includes examination of topics such as the family, religion, urban and rural life, and leisure activities.

This revised edition of Casson's engaging work, originally published in as Daily Life in Ancient Rome, includes two new chapters as well as full documentation of the sources. In Everyday Life in Ancient Rome, Lionel Casson offers a lively introduction to the society of the times.

Instead of following the standard procedure of social history, he presents a series of vignettes focusing on the "ways of life" of various members of that society, from the slave to the emperor/5.

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ISBN. Title. Daily Life in Ancient Rome: A Sourcebook. Author. Harvey, Brian K. Publisher. Focus. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit.

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"One really must admire Harvey’s achievement in this sourcebook. With just passages (more than half of them consisting of Latin inscriptions, from all over Rome’s empire), Harvey manages to give his readers a real sense of Roman private values and behaviors.

His translations of the original texts are superb—both accurate and elegant. In Gregory Aldrete's exhaustive account, readers will have the opportunity to peer into the inner workings of daily life in ancient Rome, to witness the full range of glory, cruelty, sophistication, and deprivation that characterized Roman cities, and will perhaps even gain new insight into the nature and history of urban existence in America Reviews: 1.

This book, now available in paperback, concerns the everyday private and public lives of the citizens of ancient Rome. Drawing on a broad selection of contemporary sources, the author examines the institutions, actions and rituals of day to day : Wiley.

(PUBBlackwell)''Based almost solely on primary sources, this lively and enjoyable study of political, legal, and economic divisions during the Republic and Roman ideas of space and time, religion, family relations, and philosophy of self is suited for a more general audience.

Recommended,''Library Journal. pages, softcover. Daily Life in Ancient Rome () by Florence DupontPages: Daily Life in Ancient Rome The Romans encompassed hundreds, if not even thousands, of cultures, and made up a diverse group of ethnic, social, religious and economic standing.

The Roman Empire truly was the world's first melting pot. A book that delves into the reality of life within ancient Rome on multiple levels, and does so with a level of historical skill that it is a work that demands respect. However, the final few lines of the chapter entitled "The Advent of Christianity" are perhaps the most despicable piece of historical writing that I /5(46).

Ancient Roman Jobs Ancient Rome was a complex society that required a number of different job functions and skills to function. Most of the menial tasks were performed by slaves.

Daily Life Daily Life in Ancient Rome Life in the City Life in the Country Food and Cooking Clothing Family Life Slaves and Peasants Plebeians and Patricians.Daily Life in Ancient Rome: A Sourcebook by Brian K. Harvey. Digital Rights Management (DRM) The publisher has supplied this book in encrypted form, which means that you need to install free software in order to unlock and read it.

The daily life of Roman citizens, at least in the big cities, was anything but ng one could get away from one's civic duties and household chores, there were many activities available to distract and entertain.