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I can't believe you are asking for a review of a book about 1,700 years old. Anyway, full of Roman scandal, brutality, gossip and sex. This is the original!Published 14 months ago by bookworm
For those interested in Ancient Rome it's a must. The Caesars were mad, bad and brilliant. They founded our world.Published 18 months ago by JdC
Very good. A very well written book that is crammed with all the useful info on the Caesars. A must for students.Published 19 months ago by A Black
No rips or broken spine.
Well writen. What more can I say. If your interested in Roman history, you can't go wrong with this book.
I agree with another reader in that it is unfortunate we don't have similar biographies of the later Roman emperors such as Hadrian, Trajan and Marcus Aurelius; but here in the... Read morePublished on 1 Dec 2009 by Frank Bierbrauer
I'm sure if you were into the Roman Empire you would love this book, but for the average reader it's, well, average.
There are two problems the book has. Read more
To be honest, I'm not exactly sure why I bought this book. But I'm glad I did, it proved very readable and very informative. Read morePublished on 12 April 2007 by Mr. D. J. Read
This is a collection of essays about the first twelve rulers to bear the name Caesar. It is the definitive collection of eyewitness stories about the early emperors as they were... Read morePublished on 15 Mar 2007 by Marshall Lord