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Dominant position of Rome. the river left a wide piece of open ground, the site of
the Campus Martius ; by a return curve it approached close to the three inner hills
, and in this reach its channel was bisected by an island which facilitated ...
In this case Rome, the greatest builder of fortresses in ancient times, began its
own career as a military bulwark against foreign invasion. If we compare the
ancient legends about the foundation of Rome with the results of modern
research, we ...
... 152, 504, 558, 616 (temple) Jedi R., 707 Jehovah, 223, 589 Jerome (St.), 758
Jerusalem, 223, 356-7, 404, 441, 508, 542-4, 589, 614, 649 Jesus, 589-90, 763,
766 Jews, 223 (rebel against Seleucids) ; 222, 225 (treaty with Rome) ; 274, 468,
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