By Dr. Matthew Nichols
You comprehend that Rome wasn’t inbuilt an afternoon, yet simply how did a cluster of small hilltop villages extend to turn into one of many maximum empires in history?
Why did Romulus kill his brother Remus? How was once a legion prepared? Did humans particularly converse Latin? What leisure may well you notice on the Colosseum? And what was once way of life like for a Roman citizen?
This ebook takes a unique method of answering a lot of these questions and extra. 30-Second historical Rome provides a different perception into some of the most brilliantly ruled societies, the place army may possibly and expansive empire prepared the ground for technological advances that contributed to shaping our glossy lifestyles. From aqueducts to sewers, from mosaics to scientific diagnoses, this is often the straightest highway towards realizing the 50 key concepts and concepts that constructed and outlined one of many world’s nice civilisations.
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30-Second Ancient Rome: The 50 Most Important Achievments of a Timeless Civilisation, Each Explained in Half a Minute (30 Second Series) by Dr. Matthew Nichols