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La República Romana [The Roman Republic]

Una Fascinante Guía del Ascenso y la Caída de la República Romana, SPQR, y los Políticos Romanos, como Julio César y Cicerón
Narrated by: Nicolas Villanueva
Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
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Explora la Fascinante Historia de la República Romana.

Cuando pensamos en la antigua Roma, la primera idea que se nos viene a la mente es la del imperio, seguida de la imagen de un poderoso emperador, sus legiones, edificios colosales, y los gladiadores (o la retórica y poesía, dependiendo de los gustos). Algunos quizás recuerden la imagen de una Europa “unificada” bajo un solo soberano – el emperador de Roma. Sin embargo, Roma no se volvió poderosa en esta fase considerablemente tardía. De hecho, muchos historiadores ven la historia de Roma bajo el gobierno de los emperadores como un largo y gradual declive. Fue durante la República que Roma se convirtió en un imperio. Muchos de los logros que el primer emperador romano, Octavio Augusto, aseguraba haber alcanzado fueron, de hecho, forjados durante la República romana.

En este libro, veremos más de cerca el comienzo de la civilización romana, la fundación de la ciudad y el Senado, la expansión de la República romana, su gloria, y su final.

Algunos temas que se tratan en este libro son:

  • l Pasado que lo Hizo Posible: La Fundación de Roma entre Mito e Historia
  • Abajo los Reyes: El Pasado que lo Causó
  • Los Comienzos de la República
  • En Medio de la República: Las Guerras Púnicas y el Dominio del Mediterráneo
  • La era de los Generales: Pompeyo, Craso y César
  • Senatos Populus-Que Romanus (SPQR) y su Caída
  • El Ascenso y la Caída de Julio César y el Fin de la República Romana
  • ¡Y Mucho Más Que No te Puedes Perder!

¡Obtiene el libro ya para aprender más acerca de la República Romana!

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

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Amazing history of the Roman Empire

The Roman Republic has a unique history and it is well and widely portrayed around the world. Different stories exist about the rise and the fall of this vast empire and the tale lives and will go on to live for a lot of centuries. History can be boring sometimes, but this is something different.

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Well

I have a B.A. in U.S. History, with an emphasis on antebellum, civil war, and Reconstruction history. I really enjoyed this book.

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  • Louis
  • 11-17-18

Really enjoy this book

it provides a really nice narrative history of ancient Rome. it is great and if you have an interest in Roman history then you'll enjoy it

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  • Brantley
  • 11-17-18

Well organized

It humanizes the various players in the drama that is Roman politics. If you’re interested in a concise and clear history of Rome, this is it.

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  • Leonardo
  • 11-17-18

like it

Historically accurate facts and accounts. Learned a lot about the Roman empire and how it rose and fell to the hands of other conquerors. It is a valuable starting point for considering how western civilization formed and evolved and a useful frame of reference for current world politics

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  • Davide
  • 11-17-18

This has been an enlightening

It seems like history is doomed to ALWAYS repeat itself and right now in America, we are experiencing what the Romans did in 17AD and beyond! Captivating History has done a terrific job of researching then capturing the Roman empire

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  • Semson
  • 11-17-18

I would recommend the book

I learned so much and it answered so many questions I had about ancient Rome and it's people. If anyone loves history, this is a must book!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-17-18

Accurate history

knew it would be quite condensed of course, but it sure hits on a lot of interesting things. Gives me a starting point for some other books about the period.