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But their army had been refashioned into an Motives for instrument of conquest
which the new plebeian leaders were ready to further bring into use wherever a
chance might offer — and opportunities for conquest. carrying tne Roman arms ...
Early commence' ment of Rome's foreign conquests. Trade wars be' tween
Greehs and Carthaginians. Carthaginian commerce. through Livy's work that the
heroic age of Roman history may best be appreciated. § 2. The Carthaginian
State 1 ...
498, 507, 547, 553 GalBa — Sulpicius Galenus — Claudius Galerius (Valerus
Maximianus), 730- 733, 767-8 Galilee, 357, 507, 543-4, 589 Gallia Belgica —
Belgica Gallia Cisalpina, 68-9, 153, 178-80 (Roman conquest) ; 257 (Roman ...
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