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Roman History: The Early Empire, from the Assassination of Julius Caesar to that of Domitian

by William Wolfe Capes

What happened to Rome after Julius Caesar was assassinated? In his book Roman History: The Early Empire, from the Assassination of Julius Caesar to that of Domitian, William Wolfe Capes provides a comprehensive account of the political, social, and cultural developments of the Roman Empire during this turbulent period.

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William Wolfe Capes

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William Wolfe Capes was a notable Hereford scholar. Capes attended St Paul's School, London, and the Queen's College, Oxford. Ordained in 1868, he was a cleric in the Diocese of Winchester, rector of...

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