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The Rotten Romans (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 7 juillet 2003


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Terry Deary and Martin Brown's brilliant books about the nastiest periods in history have now - with the help of some astounding actors - been transformed into a series of audio extravaganzas. Featuring new, extra material not found anywhere in the books, these sound spectaculars are just as thrilling and spilling, funny and fast as their printed counterparts. Horrible Histories are guaranteed to bring you history with the nasty bits left in! The Rotten Romans features beastly battles, deadly doctoring and marvellous myths - and you can even find out how to tell the future using a dead chicken! It's packed with quizzes, sketches, music and jokes, as well as mini-dramas and real life re-enactments - telling you the kind of foul facts which just aren't available from a classroom education!

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa32f466c) étoiles sur 5 33 commentaires
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HASH(0x9b88ba98) étoiles sur 5 The Rotten Romans Rule 27 janvier 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Rotten Romans is a really good book if you're learning about ancient Rome, or anytime you need a good book. It makes jokes ("Dad's mad, Blad") and gives interesting information you don't find anywhere else (Did you know the Celts admired their hair so much that they didn't wear helmets in battle?). It tells stories and has made-up diaries of a warrior. It is a really funny book, and if you liked it, there are lots and lots of other Horrible Histories. There's the Awesome Egyptians, Measly Middle Ages, Vicious Vikings, and Groovy Greeks. There are also Vile Victorians, Angry Aztecs, Terrible Tudors, and Blitzed Brits (not available online). Hope you enjoy this book!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9b688060) étoiles sur 5 Excellent Book! 3 avril 2002
Par Geri Rinna - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have read nearly all of the books in the Horrible Histories Series and I love them! The reader is drawn into the world of the Romans and is given truthful information on all of the wars and emperors in a calm, relaxed, even humorous fasion. Nobody likes learning lists of dated and rulers. The Horrible Histories books are nothing like that. They really draw you into their world and you feel as if you are going back in time to the streets of Rome under Caligula's rule and feel like a Roman. This is a great way to learn history in a relaxing environment. It's a great way to escape your troublesome world and enter the world of the Rotten Roman's! I recommend it to anyone!
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HASH(0x9cae3ed0) étoiles sur 5 A good book with good jokes. 4 juin 2002
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Rotten Romans has very good jokes. It has poems written by Roman poets in it. It has got all about the Celts and Roman feasts. It is beautifully written. It also has amazing facts about Boudicca and Roman baths.
(Jack Boardman)
HASH(0x9bca47ec) étoiles sur 5 Fun and full of facts. 24 février 2010
Par Michael Valdivielso - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The book's focus is on Roman Britain. It has a timeline, facts about Roman life in Britain, including the food, leaders, games, and so on. And it is also very funny.
Some people question the history, but the funny thing is that history changes. For example, thumbs down was thought to mean kill him, and thumbs up let him live. Then it was decided that thumbs up meant kill him - stick the sword up into his ribs - and thumbs down meant let him live - put him back into the tunnels and cells under the circuses. NOW it has been decided that forefinger up means let him live and thumbs down, with palm open means kill him - the sword placed under the chin and thrust downwards into the ribs and heart. Who knows what it will be next year!
I would also suggest, if you are interested in the Romans in Britain, getting Hadrian's Wall in the Days of the Romans.
HASH(0x9bb7bd2c) étoiles sur 5 The Rotten Romans, a fun way to learn history! 1 juin 2005
Par danielle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I love these Horrible Histories books because they appeal to people of all ages. Although I'm not 10 years old anymore, the antics of this book still appeals to me. The book covers some brief moments in Roman history, like dealing with the Britons. It is meant to make history appear fun and gruesome to younger audiences. The book gives lots of little known fun facts and stories. The cartoons in here are absolutely priceless; they're really amusing to view! The Rotten Romans and the other books in the series are worth a browse.
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