The myth of Rome's fall.

By: Haywood, Richard Mansfield, 1905-Material type: TextTextSeries: Apollo editions ; A-34Publisher: New York, Crowell [1962, c1958]Description: 178 p. 20 cmSubject(s): Rome -- History -- Empire, 284-476DDC classification: 937.09 LOC classification: DG311 | .H3 1958a
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"Rome fell because..." -- Short guide to the Roman Empire -- Management of the Empire -- Second Century : the so-called decline of culture -- Some questions about the rise of Christianity -- Third Century : the struggle to maintain the Empire -- Changes during the Third Century -- Third-Century culture : the battle lines are drawn -- Fourth Century : a time of recovery -- Management of economic and social problems in the Fourth Century -- Triumph of Christianity -- Working of society in the Fourth Century -- "Fall" -- Culture in the time of change.
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DG311.G6 J67 Gibbon and his Roman Empire DG311 .G75 The fall of the Roman Empire : DG311 .H35 2007 Barbarian migrations and the Roman West, 376-568 / DG311 .H37 1962 The myth of Rome's fall. DG311 .J6 1964 V.1 1 The later Roman Empire, 284-602; DG311 .J6 1964 V.2 2 The later Roman Empire, 284-602; DG311 .J63 1978 In the twilight of antiquity :

Introduction : "Rome fell because..." -- Short guide to the Roman Empire -- Management of the Empire -- Second Century : the so-called decline of culture -- Some questions about the rise of Christianity -- Third Century : the struggle to maintain the Empire -- Changes during the Third Century -- Third-Century culture : the battle lines are drawn -- Fourth Century : a time of recovery -- Management of economic and social problems in the Fourth Century -- Triumph of Christianity -- Working of society in the Fourth Century -- "Fall" -- Culture in the time of change.

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