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  1. New: Roman Elections in the Age of Cicero

    Scholars have long disagreed about the nature and extent of Roman republicanism. Now available from the Routledge Studies in Ancient History series, Roman Elections in the Age of Cicero provides new and intriguing insights into the nature of Roman republican government and the people’s actual powers.

  2. View of Rome from Rome Reborn

    A Video Tour of Ancient Rome

    Scholars have come together to create a comprehensive digital reconstruction of Rome in 320 AD in the 'Rome Reborn' project. We were hypnotized by this video, which offers a fascinating glimpse of what Rome looked like in its heyday.

  3. New Edition: The Roman World

    Teaching about the Roman Empire? The Roman World: 44 BC-AD 180, by Martin Goodman, offers a thorough introduction to the major transformations in Rome, the Mediterranean regions, Northern Europe, and the Near East in this period. The second edition now incorporates findings from recent research and useful features like additional illustrations.

  4. New Edition: The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity

    Now thoroughly revised and updated to take account of recent research, The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity: AD 395-700, by Averil Cameron, offers a clear introduction to late antiquity that also challenges conventional views of the end of the Roman Empire.

  5. The Roman Empire Around 200 CE Wall Map

    Wall Maps for the Ancient World

    Wall Maps for the Ancient World are a series of seven maps from Ancient Egypt to the world of the New Testament, available individually or as a complete set. With rich geographic detail and visual clarity, these maps offer invaluable aid to students of the ancient Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern worlds and their teachers.

    Available now for the first time as e-books, these maps can be viewed on your computer or tablet in high resolution detail. View our online catalog to find out more.

  6. New: Virgil’s Homeric Lens

    New in the Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies series, Virgil’s Homeric Lens reevaluates the traditional view of the Aeneid’s relationship to Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey.

  7. Ancient Cities Companion Site

    Have you seen the companion website for the 2nd edition of Ancient Cities?  Check it out here, or find out more about the site.

  8. Cicero

    Cicero and the Catilinarian Conspiracy Reviewed

    Cicero and the Catilinarian Conspiracy has been reviewed by Lydia Haile Fassett, one of our followers on twitter.

  9. New Edition of Ancient Cities

    Explore life in the ancient world with the second edition of Charles Gates' Ancient Cities.  Including maps and historical summaries, and accompanied by a new companion website, this book brings to life the physical world of ancient city dwellers.  View inside the book.

  10. Go Green with Routledge eBooks!

    Did you know that Routledge offers books in earth-friendly electronic editions? Many of our titles are also available to course instructors as complimentary e-inspection copies. Click here to find out more!

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