Philip Matyszak

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Philip Matyszak is a British non-fiction author, primarily of historical works relating to ancient Rome [1].

Personal biography[edit]

Matyszak has a doctorate in Roman history from St John's College, Oxford. In addition to being a professional author, he also teaches ancient history for Madingley Hall Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge University.[1]

Published works[edit]

Chronicle of the Roman Republic The Rulers of Ancient Rome from Romulus to Augustus Thames & Hudson (June, 2003)
The Enemies of Rome From Hannibal to Attila the Hun Thames & Hudson (November, 2004)
The Sons of Caesar Imperial Rome's First Dynasty Thames & Hudson (June, 2006)
Ancient Rome on Five Denarii a Day Your guide to Sport, Sightseeing & Shopping in Rome, the City of the Caesars Thames & Hudson (June, 2007)
Ancient Athens on Five Drachmas a Day Where to eat, drink and meet a philosopher your guide to the cradle of Western culture Thames & Hudson (September, 2008)
Lives of the Romans (with Joanne Berry) Thames & Hudson (September, 2008)
Mithridates the Great Rome's Indomitable Enemy Pen & Sword (November 2008)
Legionary The Roman Soldier's (Unofficial) Manual Thames & Hudson (27 April 2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Philip Matyszak, The Enemies of Rome, dustjacket

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