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Achaean league Achaeans Aetolians alliance allies ambassadors amongst ancient arbitration Argives Athenians Athens bellum Carthage Carthaginians colonies confederacy confederates consul Corcyra declaration despatched dispute Eleans enemy envoys fetials foedus gods Greece Greek Hellenic Herodot hostilities Ibid Iliad indutiae inscrip justice king Lacedaemon Lacedaemonians latter league Livy Macedon nations neutrality offence parties Pausan Pausanias peace Peloponnesian Peloponnesus Persians Philip Plataeans Plut Polyb Polybius populi practice prisoners provisions quod ransom reference Roman Rome sacred Samnites says senate Sparta supra surrender temple territory Thebans Thuc Thucydides tion town treaty truce violation Xenoph ἀλλ ἂν αὐτοὺς γὰρ δὲ δὲ καὶ ἐὰν εἰ εἶναι εἰς ἐκ ἐν ἐπὶ ἐς καὶ καὶ τοὺς κατὰ μὲν μὴ οἱ οὐ οὐδὲ οὐκ οὔτε περὶ πόλεμον πόλιν πρὸς τὰ τὰς τε τῇ τὴν τῆς τὸ τοῖς τὸν τοῦ τοὺς τῷ τῶν ὡς
Pagina 342 - Carthaginiensem deseratis, loca templa sacra urbemque eorum relinquatis, absque his abeatis eique populo civitati metum formidinem oblivionem iniciatis, proditique Romam ad me meosque veniatis, nostraque vobis loca templa sacra urbs acceptior probatiorque sit, mihique populoque Romano militibusque meis praepositi sitis ut sciamus intellegamusque. Si ita feceritis, voveo vobis templa ludosque facturum.
Pagina 35 - Albanos rerum potitos usque ad Tullum regem: Alba deinde diruta usque ad P. Decium Murem consulem populos Latinos ad caput Ferentinae, quod est sub monte Albano, consulere solitos, et Imperium communi consilio administrare...
Pagina 52 - Sed in provinciali solo placet plerisque solum religiosum non fieri, quia in eo solo dominium populi Romani est vel Caesaris, nos autem possessionem tantum vel usumfructum habere videmur; utique tarnen etiamsi non sit religiosum, pro religioso ha6etur.
Pagina 97 - For the leaders on either side used specious names : the one party professing to uphold the constitutional equality of the many, the other the wisdom of an aristocracy ; while they made the public interests, to which in name they were devoted, in reality their prize. Striving in every way to overcome each other, they committed the most monstrous crimes, yet even these were surpassed by the magnitude of their revenges, which they pursued to the very utmost, — neither party observing any definite...
Pagina 99 - ... are, would do as we do. So much for the Gods; we have told you why we expect to stand as high in their good opinion as you. And then as to the Lacedaemonians — when you imagine that out of very shame they will assist you, we admire the simplicity of your idea, but we do not envy you the folly of it.
Pagina 256 - Estisne vos legati oratoresque missi a populo Conlatino, ut vos populumque Conlatinum dederetis?' 'Sumus.' 'Estne populus Conlatinus in sua potestate? ' ' Est.' 'Deditisne vos populumque Conlatinum, urbem, agros, aquam, terminos, delubra, utensilia, divina humanaque omnia in meam populique Romani dicionem ? ' 'Dedimus.
Pagina 93 - An empire was offered to us: can you wonder that, acting as human nature always will, we accepted it and refused to give it up again, constrained by three all-powerful motives, ambition, fear, interest. We are not the first who have aspired to rule; the world has ever held that the weaker must be kept down by the stronger.
Pagina 96 - The cause of all these evils was the love of power, originating in avarice and ambition, and the party-spirit which is engendered by. them when men are fairly embarked in a contest. For the leaders on either side used specious names, the one party professing to uphold the constitutional equality of the many, the other the wisdom of an aristocracy, while they made the public interests, to which in name they were devoted, in reality their prize.