This guide was created for students in Dr. Champagne's Rome and the Mediterranean World (EUH 3411) class. This course covers the development of Rome from a tiny town to its domination of the entire Mediterranean. It focuses on the structures of family, government, and military that allowed for this ascendancy, and includes Rome's cultural evolution, social relationships, wealth, and women's roles.
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