Non-fiction related to Rome.
Reviews are listed by title.
“Raw Feed” items are essentially reviews made up of my lightly edited notes.
The Annals of Rome, Tacitus, trans. Michael Grant. Review.
A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities: Strange Tales and Surprising Facts From the World’s Greatest Empire, J. C. McKeown. Review.
Cleopatra: A Life, Stacy Schiff. Review.
Constantine the Emperor, David Potter. Review.
Dynasty: The Rise and Fall of the House of Caesar, Tom Holland. Review.
The Etruscans, Michael Grant. Review.
The Fate of Rome: Climate, Disease, and the End of an Empire, Kyle Harper. Review.
A History of Britain: At the Edge of the World, 3500 B.C. — 1603 A.D., Simon Schama. Review.
How Rome Fell: Death of a Superpower, Adrian Goldsworthy. Review.
Life and Letters on the Roman Frontier, Alan K. Bowman. Review.
Readings in the Classical Historians, ed. and translated by Michael Grant. Review.
Rubicon: The Tragedy and Triumph of the Roman Republic, Tom Holland. Review.
Sallust: The Conspiracy of Catiline and The War of Jugurtha, trans. Quintus Curtius. Review.
What If?: The World’s Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been, ed. Robert Cowley. Raw Feed.