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The electors, it is true, still gave a general preference to the candidates from
certain distinguished families with a proud record of public An open service.
Hence the fall of the legal barriers which had excluded aristocracy plebeians
from the ...
This victory gave the Romans control of the whole left bank of the Rhone as far as
Geneva ; but an appeal by the defeated people to their neighbours in Auvergne
brought the most powerful of the Celtic tribes, the Arverni, into the field against ...
In the event the conquests of Augustus gave the Roman empire an almost
uniform extension round the Mediterranean basin and a nearly unbroken ring of
easily defensible frontiers — oceans, deserts and rivers, whose valleys gave
easy lines ...
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976