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Besides, the deriva- ttet an tion of the name of the city and of its ruling families
from Etruria is fmnutation n'ghly conjectural. On the other hand, it is hardly
credible that the ' foundation-story of Rome could have assumed the shape which
In tion of its western countries such extensions of trade as fall within this period
graTM l"ta were mainly due to the enterprise of the Italian bourgeoisie. The ay'
new and urgent business of providing Rome with corn was taken up by Italian ...
With the assistance of another legion, the tion of Sexta Victrix, which was
transferred from Germany, a new position Scotland. was taken up between the
Tyne and the Solway, where Agricola had formerly built a cross-road and a few
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