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Evacuation of Greece by the Roman troops. opposite slope against the Romans.
The Macedonian " phalanx ", a ponderous mass of pikemen with spears about
twenty feet in length, crashed into the left wing of the Romans and put it to rout by
But if from the Roman point of view Flamininus' settlement of Greece was simply
a matter of expediency, from the Greek standpoint it appeared an act of
extraordinary generosity. When the Roman general announced the liberation of
Greece to ...
His object in occupying Greece was probably nothing more than to embarrass
the Romans and to pick up a new counter for his diplomatic game. But it is not
surprising that the Antiochus' Romans, mistaking Antiochus' move for an attempt
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LibraryThing ReviewRecensione dell'utente - stellarexplorer - LibraryThing
This is one of my prized possessions, something that fits with what a dear friend has termed my love for "fine old things" -- most apt! The book -- and I'm sure a new reprint won't do at all (not ... Leggi recensione completa
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I do believe this stalwart -- later updated by HH Scullard -- is still the most detailed single volume. Leggi recensione completa