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But in view of their farther distance from Rome, and of their unfamiliarity with the
Latin tongue, they were not yet regarded as competent to exercise the " public "
rights, and were therefore denied the privilege of a vote in the Roman Comitia (
Rise of a Latin literature. The Italians learn Latin. Tin- Romans learn Greek. § 7.
Early Latin Poetry " The period of the great foreign wars was also that which gave
birth to Roman literature. The conquests of the third and second centuries ...
The influence of Greek on Latin literature was nowhere more Trans/a- apparent
than in its earliest productions. The. first Latin author, turns of Livius Andronicus,
was actually a Greek from Tarentum, who was <^r"* brought captive £0 Rome in ...
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976