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The Carthaginian Conquests in Spain While the Romans were advancing their
frontiers from Apennines to Alps, the Carthaginians were making an unexpected
recovery from their recent disasters. After the suppression of the revolts in Africa,
The conquest of Liguria was not followed by any systematic Roman settlement,
though the outpost at Luna was reconstituted as a colony in 177.* The highroad
to Genua (Via Aemilia Scauri), which offered special difficulties of construction ...
After the collapse of their ascendancy, which was shattered by the Roman
conquests in Narbonese Gaul (p. 188), the Suessiones of the Seine basin
temporarily extended their sovereignty into Britain. A nucleus of a national
confederacy had ...
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LibraryThing ReviewRecensione dell'utente - stellarexplorer - LibraryThing
This is one of my prized possessions, something that fits with what a dear friend has termed my love for "fine old things" -- most apt! The book -- and I'm sure a new reprint won't do at all (not ... Leggi recensione completa
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I do believe this stalwart -- later updated by HH Scullard -- is still the most detailed single volume. Leggi recensione completa