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    Rome: Engineering an Empire

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    Rome: Engineering an Empire

      For more than 500 years, Rome was the most powerful and advanced civilization the world had ever known, ruled by visionaries and tyrants whose accomplishments ranged from awe-inspiring to deplorable. But the primary elements of Rome's rise to power were its consistently masterful use of engineering and labor, used to build cities and works of architecture that still stand today. Go inside the remarkably advanced culture of the Roman Empire as The History Channel presents ROME: ENGINEERING AN EMPIRE, premiering on Labor Day, Monday, September 5th at 9pm/8c.

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