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Julius Caesar

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  • Item #: 057462
    ISBN: 9781586638474
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  • Item #: 025891
    ISBN: 9780812035735
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    ISBN: 9780198328681
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    ISBN: 9781439213551
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    ISBN: 9780448480831
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    ISBN: 9781591280606
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  • Item #: 038068
    ISBN: 9780143128601
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    This edition is slightly edited by William Montgomery, includes an introduction by Douglas Trevor and contains notes describing unfamiliar terms beneath the text. 114 pgs. pb.

  • Item #: 036513
    ISBN: 9780789160836
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    ISBN: 9781586176167
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    ISBN: 9780531223314
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  • Item #: 005046
    ISBN: 9780553212969
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    The Bantam Classic version includes the whole play, revised with modern spelling and punctuation. This edition also includes an insightful introduction, an essay on the play in performance, a list of source material, up-to-date annotated bibliographies, and a list of key passages worth remembering.

  • Item #: 000638
    ISBN: 9781629744582
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    The Amsco edition has large, readable type and a reader's guide written by teachers that features explanations and provides questions and activities to bring out the details of plot, characterization, theme, style, and vocabulary. 260, HC.

  • Item #: 036500
    ISBN: 9780140455168
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    This classic, historical book was written by Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, who was born in AD 69 and became the private secretary to Roman Emperor Hadrian. The book includes twelve chapters, each telling the life story of one man who gained power over Rome. The men include Julius Caesar, Augustus, Tiberius, Gaius, Claudius, Nero, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. Follow the events of Rome as the book shares about the powerful men who ran it. The book is full of great anecdotes, wry observations, detailed physical descriptions, and personal and public information about each leader. This edition was translated by Robert Graves, and it includes the straightforwardness of the original in an easy-to-read version that has become very popular. The book also includes an introduction by Michael Grant, a detailed index, maps, a timeline, keys to terms and places, and more. 364 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 005953
    ISBN: 9780486268767
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    This edition is unabridged, pb, 78 pgs.

  • Item #: 029524
    ISBN: 9781599051451
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  • Item #: 008527
    ISBN: 9781586093693
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    ISBN: 9780778737179
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    ISBN: 9781634501996
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    ISBN: 9780789160911
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  • Item #: 014246
    ISBN: 9781555763367
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    ISBN: 9780743904339
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  • Item #: 002506
    ISBN: 9781885767233
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    Shakespeare for the Christian! Six famous Shakespearian plays are interpreted and analyzed from a Christian perspective by author Peter Leithart. Any study of Henry V, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Macbeth, The Taming of the Shrew, or Much Ado About Nothing will be enhanced by his insights. The studies are very thorough, putting the action of the play into historical context and helping the reader understand the culture, characters, motives, and themes. After a very interesting overview, each play is broken into lessons for discussion. The text examines each segment of the play in greater detail, referencing specific lines and actions, again interpreting and analyzing these for us against a Christian and historical backdrop. After each lesson are review and thought questions for the student. The review questions review material as presented in the textual discussion. Thought questions have the student interpret other elements of the play (it would be nice if Mr. Leithart included a key for these). For those wanting their student(s) to prepare a written project as a summary activity, Suggested Paper Topics are also provided for each play.

  • Item #: 044446
    ISBN: 9780981856605
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    Narmer, Khufu, Sargon the Great, Hammurabi, Moses, King David, Ashurbanipal, Nebuchadnezzar II, Cyrus the Great, a Greek Hoplite, Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Qin Shi Huangdi, Hannibal (and his elephant), Julius Caesar, Caesar Augustus, Jesus, Constantine, and Augustine.

  • Item #: 007687
    ISBN: 9780688154806
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    An excellent biography of this Macedonian Greek Queen of Egypt. Cleopatra was one of the last of the Ptolemies, a royal line descended from a general of Alexander the Great. Notable for her determination, intelligence, and beauty, she almost succeeded in her goal of unifying the world under her rule. This captivating account by Diane Stanley follows her tumultuous life from the beginning of her rule at age 18 to her death in defeat at age 39. It also explains much about the ambitions of Julius Caesar as well as the downfall of Mark Antony - two men totally devoted to this strong-willed queen.

  • Item #: 067732
    ISBN: 9780192737502
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       A delightful and extremely helpful resource! This dictionary includes words from twelve of Shakespeare’s most studied and performed plays (Henry V, Hamlet, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, and Twelfth Night).

      This resource gives much more than definitions. The word entries include: definition (as used in play), part of speech, pronunciation, warning notes (difference in modern meaning), usage notes (word usage), theatre notes (the cultural background), citation (which play and character used this word), related words, and cross references. There are illustrated segments on related topics – armor, swords/daggers, clothing, hats, animals, colors, occupations, ships, recreation, music, and cosmos (constellations and horoscope), and a map of Shakespeare’s Europe. The binding is flexible and slick/glossy with slightly over-the-page-edge extensions. 352 pgs, pb. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 041466
    ISBN: 9780486409030
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    Many great people and many great times throughout the history of the world have been remembered through speeches. It's easy to think of some of these in the modern times – Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream," Richard Nixon's speech to astronauts on the moon, John F. Kennedy's inaugural address, and Winston Churchill's "Their Finest Hour," for example. Perhaps not so easy to name are some of those speeches that have held their place in time throughout the centuries – such speeches as Julius Caesar's "On the Treatment of the Conspirators," Socrates on his condemnation and death, Danton's "To Dare Again, Ever to Dare!" and Martin Luther before the Diet of Worms. Divided into seven parts, the 292 speeches in this book are drawn from: Earlier Times (Ancient Greece and Rome, Great Britain and Ireland, the early United States, Canada, South America, South Africa, India, and China), Recent Times (US domestic affairs, world affairs and WWII, and US affairs and WWII), Modern Times (US government, international affairs, and the United Nations), Informal Speeches (of the last two centuries), Important Speeches of the Sixties, Speeches by Black Americans, and Speeches from the period 1974 – 1997. From Pericles and Isocrates to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Ronald Reagan, and the Earl of Spencer, these speeches are a great resource for history, inspiration, quotations, and much more. Speeches are indexed by topic, by nationality, and by speaker for ease of reference. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 027029
    ISBN: 9781615388349
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  • Item #: 027033
    ISBN: 9781615388356
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  • Item #: 014861
    ISBN: 9781882514038
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    30 chapters, each a biographical sketch of a figure important to Roman history. Main text for the study guide. Featured Romans include Romulus, Cato, Julius Caesar, Pompey, Sulla, Marcus Aurelius and Constantine.