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The senatorial tion of class derived wealth from the proceeds of their war booty,
from the ^rSe administration of provinces, and from the scientific development of
their latifundia. The fortune of P. Licinius Crassus (consul in 131), who was ...
In tion of its western countries such extensions of trade as fall within this period ff"
" tnt0 were mainly due to the enterprise of the Italian bourgeoisie. The new and
urgent business of providing Rome with corn was taken up by Italian merchants,
tion) ; 373 (debate on Catiline's accomplices) ; 374-5 (quarrels with Pompey and
Caesar) ; 395 (driven into civil war) ; 411, 414-16 (under Caesar's dictatorship) ;
424 (entente with Antony) ; 427 (breach with Antony) ; 428-9 (do. with Octavian) ...
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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