Day in Old Rome

Day in Old Rome The Andronitis is the true living room of the house here the master will receive his visitors here the male slaves will work and the women also busy themselves promptly retiring however on the app

  • Title: Day in Old Rome
  • Author: William Stearns Davis
  • ISBN: 9780819601063
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Andronitis is the true living room of the house here the master will receive his visitors, here the male slaves will work, and the women also busy themselves promptly retiring, however, on the appearance of masculine strangers The decoration is very plain the walls are neatly tinted with some kind of wash the floor is of simple plaster, or, in a humbler house, coThe Andronitis is the true living room of the house here the master will receive his visitors, here the male slaves will work, and the women also busy themselves promptly retiring, however, on the appearance of masculine strangers The decoration is very plain the walls are neatly tinted with some kind of wash the floor is of simple plaster, or, in a humbler house, common earth pounded hard.

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    • Would have preferred more information on the differences between life in the Republic vs the Empire. This book focuses mostly on the Empire and is a general summary of what it meant to be in Rome in the time of Hadrian.



    • Angela’s A Day in the Life of Ancient Rome is the exact same book as this, but better. Davis’s book is good, but it must be said that Angela did the same thing at a much more human level, showing off all the pomp and glory of old Rome, but not afraid to get his hands dirty, sinking right into the mud and blood and sex and piss of ordinary life.Davis’s on the other hand, while covering a lot of ancient history, goes on for 500 pages without once mentioning the Urine Tax, barely touches on f [...]


    • Truly a walk back in time (360 BC)! This book caught my eye at a library sale several years ago along with A Day in Old Rome. I'm so glad it was handy because my husband and I will be going to Athens for the first time in a couple of weeks! I found most of the chapters very interesting and I like how each chapter is subdivided into short titled sections. This allows you to easily find or skip information as desired. The author is very descriptive and brings Athens to life using short stories abo [...]


    • The language is old-fashioned, lofty, and detached, but the information given about old Rome is detailed (yet not too thick or involved), interesting, comprehensive, and reliable. It can be read straight through or used as a resource.


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