By Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce
While Jack and Annie received again from their event in Magic Tree condominium #13: holiday below the Volcano, that they had plenty of questions. How did historic Rome turn into an emipre? the place did old Romans opt for enjoyable? What occurred to the Roman city of Pompeii? What have we discovered from it? discover the solutions to those questions and extra as Jack and Annie song the evidence. jam-packed with updated info, photographs, illustrations, and enjoyable tidbits from Jack and Annie, the Magic Tree condo truth Trackers are the fitting method for children to determine extra concerning the themes they found of their favourite Magic Tree apartment adventures.
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Additional info for Ancient Rome and Pompeii (Magic Tree House Fact Tracker, Book 14)
Yet now, on this four-day voyage from Tarsus to Alexandria, he had no secretaries in attendance or musicians to engage his mind; Caesar was very tired. Tired enough to realize that just this once he must rest—think about other things than whereabouts the next war and the next crisis would come. That even in memory he tended to think in the third person had become a habit of late years, a sign of the immense detachment in his nature, combined with a terrible reluctance to relive the pain. To think in the first person was to conjure up the pain in all its fierceness, bitterness, indelibility.
The last man who had understood economics and also had dealings with Asia had been Sulla, whose very fair system of taxation had been abolished fifteen years later by none other than Pompey the Great. Perhaps, Calvinus reflected, it takes one of the very old patricians to appreciate the duties Rome owes her provinces. The rest of us don't have our feet so firmly anchored in the past, so we tend to live in the present rather than think about the future. The Great Man was looking very tired. Oh, fit and trim as ever, but definitely the worse for wear.
I know that our treaty forbids you to raise either army or militia, but in the present circumstances I must waive that clause. I am empowered to do so by virtue of a proconsular imperium maius, legally conferred by the Dictator. You will not know that Caesar Dictator has sailed for Egypt with too few troops, having asked me to send him two more legions and a war fleet as soon as possible. Now I find that I can spare him only one legion and a war fleet. Therefore this letter authorizes you to raise an army and send it to Caesar in Alexandria.
Ancient Rome and Pompeii (Magic Tree House Fact Tracker, Book 14) by Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce