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CHAPTER I THE GEOGRAPHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF ROMAN HISTORY § i.
The Mediterranean Area1 ROMAN History is the record of a state that extended
its boundaries from a narrow territory in the Tiber valley to include all the lands of
hardly ranking as serious works of research, were of some importance in finally
fixing the conventional dates for early Roman history. The antiquarian researches
of Cato were continued on a larger scale in the Roman Antiquities of M.
Conclusion Tn the age of the civil wars and of the great invasions whatever The
chances the Roman empire might have possessed of recovering a Roman wider
measure of self-government were irretrievably swept away. V*^TM From the ...
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