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Henceforward, there was an ever-growing number of such colonies, which were
effective bulwarks of empire carefully located so as to guard the possessions of
Rome and its associates from external enemies, and prepare the way for future ...
... one of which he himself led to Ariminum (Rimini), where he was joined by the
friendly tribunes from Rome, Curio and Antony: and then both his columns
pressed on, and one town after another opened its gates to them. His enemies ...
The dismemberment of the empire, from which both Zenobia and Postumus had
torn enormous territories, could scarcely go farther. Moreover, it came at a time
when Rome's external enemies had never been stronger and more menacing.
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It reads like a textbook, which makes sense: it was a textbook in a college course. Nevertheless, if you have any interest in Roman History, there isn't much here you don't already know. Leggi recensione completa
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The best concise history of Ancient Rome available. A classic. Leggi recensione completa
MAPS AND PLANS I Etruria
The Etruscan Monarchy
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