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Title Rome. Part one, From village to late Republic 753 BC to 121 BC.

Published [Mona Vale, N.S.W.] Phil Sheppard Video Production, c2010.
Subiaco, WA Kanopy, [2013].

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (51 minutes)
polychrome rdacc
Credits Producer/editor: Phil Sheppard.
Performers Narrator: Jake Downs.
Summary Summary: Part 1: Rome began as a small settlement on the banks of the Tiber River. From the time of Romulus, it grew into a strong kingdom and, eventually, a powerful republic which conquered the Italian peninsula. Later, Rome laid claim to most of the lands surrounding the Mediterranean. It was constantly in a state of war and developed a powerful army, but its very existance was threatened during the Punic Wars against Carthage. The Romans were great architects and builders, constructioning magnificent temples to their Gods. Romans found many ways to amuse themselves, with glatiatorial combats and chariot races the most popular events. However, despite great conquests and achievements, there was a need for social reform, first initiated by the Gracchus brothers. But these reforms precipiated social unrest and the great civil conflicts that would embroil Rome.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction : Kanopy, [2013].
Other author Sheppard, Phil.
Downs, Jake.
Latham, Paul.
Kanopy Streaming Service, film distributor.
Phil Sheppard Video Production.
Kanopy (Firm)
Subject Rome -- Civilization -- History.
Rome -- Social life and customs.
Rome -- History -- Republic, 265-30 B.C.
Rome -- Politics and government.
History - Ancient.
K-12.
Variant Title From village to late Republic 753 BC to 121 BC.