The North African Stones Speak

By Paul Lachlan MacKendrick

The North African Stones Speak

246 pp., 5.5 x 8.25, 152 halftones, 31 maps, notes, bibl., index

  • Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-4942-2
    Published: December 2000

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Continuing his explorations of life in the Roman provinces, Paul MacKendrick surveys the rich and varied culture that spread from the eastern borders of modern Libya to the Atlantic. He focuses on the ascent of Roman hegemony in the African world, beginning with the romantic and sanguinary rise and fall of Punic Carthage, Rome's ancient enemy, and lasting through centuries of imperial rule until the Vandal invasion of Africa and the decline of the empire.

About the Author

Late classicist and archaeologist Paul MacKendrick's other works include The Dacian Stones Speak.
For more information about Paul Lachlan MacKendrick, visit the Author Page.