ROMAN HISTORY II (RH2-A)

Course Registration No. SOC-740

COURSE OVERVIEW

Part II: This is the second part of a two-part course, a continuation of the study started in Roman History I. 18-week course plan studying Christ the King: Lord of History (Anne Carroll); Making of the West, Volume 3 (St. Martin's Press); Tacitus: The Annals of Imperial Rome (tr. Michael Grant); Suetonius: The Twelve Caesars (tr. Robert Graves).
 

     

    BOOKS AND MATERIALS

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    Christ the King, Lord of History: A Catholic World History from Ancient to Modern Times

    • Author: Anne Carroll
    • Publisher/Copyright: Rockford, IL: TAN Books, 1994. Print.
    • ISBN: 0895555034        978-0895555038
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    474 pages; 31 lessons; comprehension questions and projects ideas for each chapter; index. Grades 7 - 10. Used as the guiding narrative for many of the high school courses. Keep it in your home library until all of your children have graduated.

    Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures: A Concise History: Volume I to 1740, 2nd Edition

    • Author: Lynn Hunt, et al.
    • Publisher/Copyright: Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2006. Print.
    • ISBN: 0312439458        978-0312439453
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    ORDER BY ISBN NUMBER. "Making of the West" is a SECULAR, lower division college text that is used in St. Thomas Aquinas Academy's U.S. Studies IA, Greek Studies I & II, Roman Studies I & II, and European Studies I & II courses. Note that this is the CONCISE version of the textbook. While the page numbers will not line up exactly, the 3rd edition of the CONCISE version will work just as well as the 2nd edition of the CONCISE version. Amazon.com regularly has used copies available for 25-75% off the new price. 607 pages.

    Tacitus: The Annals of Imperial Rome (tr. Michael Grant)

    • Author: Tacitus
    • Publisher/Copyright: London: Penguin Books, 1956, 1989. .
    • Translator: Michael Grant
    • ISBN: 0140440607        978-0140440607
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    464 pages; 21 chapters; list of Roman emperors and eastern monarchs; keys to technical terms and place names; maps; index

    Suetonius : The Twelve Caesars

    • Author: Suetonius
    • Publisher/Copyright: : Penguin Classics, 2007. Print.
    • Translator: Robert Graves
    • ISBN: 0140455167        978-0140455168
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