Everything you need to understand or teach The Early History of Rome by Livy.
This is a work on the history of the city of Rome. This location had become the heart of the Empire named for it. Due to its import in the preservation of knowledge through time, it's role is that of a classic work. The length of the Roman Empire assured that by the time of the author, there was a great deal of history to write about already.
The author was a man of the age: Titus Livius's date of birth is not precisely known. There are two closest estimations: one is 59 BC, the other is 64 BC. He was not born in the city of Rome, but did move there. After his relocation he lived there for the rest of his life. He passed away in 17AD in his home town of Padua.
Titus Livius's history was recognized immediately by his contemporaries as far superior to any previous...
The Early History of Rome: Books I-V Lesson Plans contain 146 pages of teaching material, including: