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Rome, Season One: History Makes Television

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Rome, Season One: History Makes Television examines the first season of the HBO-BBC collaboration, Rome, in a collection of thought-provoking essays by some of the world’s most influential scholars in the fields of classical antiquity and popular culture.

Examines the first season of the HBO-BBC collaboration, Rome, in a collection of 17 thought-provoking essays by some of the world’s most influential scholars in the fields of classical antiquity and popular culture
Focuses on the award-winning first season’s historical framework, visual and narrative style, contemporary thematic overtones, and influence on popular culture
Addresses the artistic values, and roles of the script, sets, and actors
Reveals how the series Rome ‘makes history’ in terms of representing the past on screen and producing innovative and influential television.

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