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CHAPTER XI THE ROMAN STATE IN THE THIRD CENTURY B.C. the Roman
constitu tion. % i. The Roman Constitution. Apparent Defects After the war with
King Pyrrhus the history of Rome advances to a new stage. Its scene henceforth ...
Capitula- By this time the rigours of a winter campaign amid heavy rains had tion
of a so undermined the discipline of his unseasoned army that Jugurtha ^oman
was able to carry its encampment in a night attack and force it to surrender.
In the Organisa- first century A.D. the only means of keeping touch between the in
- tion of the dividual churches was by irregular visits or occasional epistles from
authoritative leaders like Peter and Paul. In the course of the second century the
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