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The Climax Of Rome

Michael Grant

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Prose: non-fiction, European history, Classical history / classical civilisation

The period from the accession of Marcus Aurelius in AD 161 to the death of Constantine in 337 is often seen as little more than a protracted interval between the glories of the ancient world and the genesis of medieval Europe. In these two centuries, the great classical scholar Michael Grant finds the climax of "a terrible but marvellous age".

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