The Roman Army: The Legendary Soldiers Who Created an Empire

The Roman Army The Legendary Soldiers Who Created an Empire In the second century A D there was only one unstoppable power in the world the Roman Army The Roman Empire was one of the largest empires on history Charged with controlling and protecting the empire

  • Title: The Roman Army: The Legendary Soldiers Who Created an Empire
  • Author: Dyan Blacklock David Kennett
  • ISBN: 9780802788962
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the second century A.D there was only one unstoppable power in the world the Roman Army The Roman Empire was one of the largest empires on history Charged with controlling and protecting the empire s territory and subjects, the Roman army was a massive, disciplined, and fearsome fighting force From the rise of the Roman Empire until its decline and fall, its vastIn the second century A.D there was only one unstoppable power in the world the Roman Army The Roman Empire was one of the largest empires on history Charged with controlling and protecting the empire s territory and subjects, the Roman army was a massive, disciplined, and fearsome fighting force From the rise of the Roman Empire until its decline and fall, its vast holdings were conquered, absorbed, and ultimately defended by legions of professional paid soldiers At the height of their power, no tribe, no nation could stand in their way This is their story.

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  • 550 Comments

  • Awesome book. My son really digs the cartoon-action illustrations. He also digs all the minutiae about the soldiers' uniforms. He is really impressed by the tactics of the soldiers, taking all their clothes off and wading downstream from the cavalry with their clothes bundled on their shield. Its less of a book to read as one to soak in facts without reading, through graphs, info-boxes and comparison pictures.


  • Personal Reaction:I liked this book because of how much information it contained, but I think the illustrations were a little distracting.Purpose:I would use this book to teach a social studies unit on the Roman Empire. It describes the different sections of the Roman Empire and breaks it down so kids can easily understand it. Children can use this book to get information on the Roman Empire for a project if needed. The language is easy to understand for a book that has a lot of information in i [...]





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