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Caesar Against Rome: The Great Roman Civil War

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A book by Ramon Jimenez

“The narrative is clearly written and accompanied by useful maps...”–The Journal of Military History    “Jimenez's narrative of the civil wars that ended the Roman Republic will be welcome … see full wiki

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Author: Ramon Jimenez
Publisher: Praeger
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The Roman Civil War

  • Aug 6, 2001
This is an excellent short work on the Roman Civil War for the general reader. It is written in such an easily read style that, at times, it reads like a novel. It's quite linear, and so all of the many convolutions of this distant and confusing conflict appear to be made clear. Where there are contadictions in the historical record the author notes them, and then gives his best idea of what he feels is correct. I found the work very interesting, and learned quite a bit about this period of

Roman history that I had never known before reading this work. That is a high compliment to the author.

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