7 edition of Romans on the Rhine found in the catalog.
Romans on the Rhine
Paul Lachlan MacKendrick
Bibliography: p. 251-258.
|Statement||[by] Paul MacKendrick.|
|LC Classifications||DD801.R72 M23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 269 p.|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||73098527|
It was here that the ancient Romans decided to call it an empire and draw the line that defined their vast holdings — separating barbarians from the civilized world. It was here that Prussian General von Blücher used an innovative pontoon bridge to cross the Rhine and flank Napoleon's forces (on their way back from a disastrous Russian. Edge of Empire is a beautiful book. The artwork and illustrations are wonderful, the quality of the paper is top-notch, the layout attractive and engagingly done. The production quality of the book is simply terrific. Edge of Empire provides a very good overview of the Romans and their expansion into the Low Countries, or Lower Rhine%(6).
The Germans, without leaders, are lost. A few try to fight, but most flee. Throwing away their flags and arms, they run until they reach the junction of the Meuse and Rhine rivers; there most of them are either slaughtered by Caesar's cavalry or are drowned. Miraculously, the Romans . Ravenna () Pavia. Ravenna () The crossing of the Rhine River by a mixed group of barbarians which included Vandals, Alans and Suebi is traditionally considered to have occurred on the last day of the year (Decem ). The crossing transgressed one of the Late Roman Empire 's most secure limites or boundaries and so it was a climactic moment in the decline of the Empire.
Augustus then ordered Roman withdrawal from Magna Germania (completed by AD 16) and established the boundary of the Roman Empire as being the Rhine and the Danube. Under Emperors Vespasian and Domitian, the Roman Empire occupied the region known as the Agri Decumates between the Main, Danube and Rhine rivers. Welcome to Peter’s Paperboys! With a dozen or so titles in the Helion & Co Paper soldiers range, it’s time to break out online with new ranges of the little chaps designed to extend the use of the armies in those books, and to cover new ground in a more expansive way than is allowed by the rigid space limits of a 48 page book.
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romans on the rhine by Paul MacKendrick ‧ RELEASE DATE: May 1, Mr. MacKendrick has a talent for collating archaeological and historical miscellanea into smoothreading books on antique cultures (The Mute Stones Speak, followed by Greek Stones and Iberian Stones).
The Romans on the Rhine (Rheinisches Land collection) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Peter La Baume (Author)Author: Peter La Baume. Romans on the Rhine: Archaeology in Germany (with more than illustrations) Hardcover – January 1, by Paul MacKendrick (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings.
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Description: On 31 December ADa group of German tribes crossed the Rhine, pierced the Roman defensive lines Romans on the Rhine book began a rampage across Roman Gaul, sacking cities such as Metz, Arras and Strasbourg.
Foremost amongst them were the Vandals and their search for a new homeland took them on the most remarkable odyssey. Romans on the Rhine; archaeology in Germany by MacKendrick, Paul Lachlan, dn.
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Divinely inspired, Paul passed on truths that are followed by believers to this : Jack Zavada. On 31 December ADa group of German tribes crossed the Rhine, pierced the Roman defensive lines and began a rampage across Roman Gaul, sacking cities such as Metz, Arras and Strasbourg.
Foremost amongst them were the Vandals and their search for a new homeland took them on the most remarkable odyssey. Rhine and Romans: Boat and Bike Through History and enjoy some of the local specialities along the Rhine and Moselle rivers.
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By the early 2nd century, the Roman Empire had reached the peak of its territorial expansion and rather than constantly expanding their borders as earlier in the Empire and Republic, the Romans solidified their position by fortifying their strategic position with a series of.
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I will be on a 14 day river cruise down the Rhine with lots of time to read. Can anyone suggest some novels to read concerning this area - possibly set in WWII - not interested in romance novels, who-done-its, or mysteries.
Thank you. The more enjoyable parts of the book are when he explains the cultural aspects of the Roman Empire: what life was like as a plebian, the Bay of Naples as a senatorial resort for the very rich or life as a legionnaire on the banks of the Rhine or the by: By June of 56 BC, Caesar became the first Roman to cross the Rhine into Germanic territory.
In so doing, an enormous wooden bridge was built in only 10 days, stretching over feet across the great river. This alone assuredly impressed the Germans and Gauls, who had little comparative capability in. The Romans triumph and the enemy's army breaks, fleeing nonstop fifteen miles to the Rhine river.
A few Germans manage to cross, Ariovistus among them, but the rest are captured and killed. Caesar then frees Gaius Valerius Procillus, the emissary, who was being held in triple chains and, later, Marcus Mettius is also found and brought to Caesar.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacKendrick, Paul Lachlan, Romans on the Rhine. New York, Funk & Wagnalls  (OCoLC). Under the Romans, the Rhine served as the edge of the empire; the boundary at which the Romans effectively gave up trying to claim new territory and decided to build a beautiful big wall.
Later, the river was fought over countless times, by everyone from Napoleon to Bismarck and the Nazis.Across the Rhine, the Germans hear that pillage is going on unhindered, so 2, Sugambri horsemen cross the Rhine on rafts 30 miles below Caesar's bridge and capture many prisoners and their cattle.
Their greed grows, though, and when Caesar has gone off elsewhere, one of their prisoners tells them that the Romans have left a small garrison at.The Battle That Stopped Rome: Emperor Augustus, Arminius, and the Slaughter of the Legions in the Teutoburg Forest I have to admit that I had never heard of the Battle of the Teutoberg Forest until I read this book.
And as I read it, I wondered just how much of the book was fact and how much was a reflection of the author's by: