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CHAPTER I THE GEOGRAPHIcAL ENVIRONMENT OF ROMAN HISTORY § 1.
THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA' ROMAN History is the record of a state that
extended its boundaries from a narrow territory in the Tiber valley to include all
maximi relating to the fourth and earlier centuries were based on memory or
mere imagination, and are accordingly devoid of documentary value.11 The
importance of the documentary sources for early Roman history would be greatly
SOURcES OF INFORMATION THE year 264, which marks the beginning of
Rome's overseas con- The quests, may also be taken as the point at which
Roman history emerges sources of from shadow-land into daylight. By this time ...
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