Books: Rome

Various authors, Students 2.0, Jan 27, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Richard Seltzer has been pushing educational eBooks recently, for example this collection on the history of Rome. Which would be nice, but he is charging money for works that are available for free (he even borrows the descriptions of the works from Wikipedia). If you want to study the history of Rome (and you do, it's so fascinating!) then you should turn to the excellent and absolutely free works offered by Project Gutenberg.

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