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CHAPTER I THE GEOGRAPHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF ROMAN HISTORY § i.
THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA' ROMAN History is the record of a state that
extended its boundaries from a narrow territory in the Tiber valley to include all
Th* ouests. may also be taken as the point at which Roman history emerges
sources of from shadow-land into daylight. By this time documentary materials ^""
" ke I fo.r_tbe writing of history had beeun to accumulate (p. 4O, and the conu
In the age of the civil wars and of the great invasions whatever The chances the
Roman empire might have possessed of recovering a Roman wider measure of
self-government were irretrievably swept away, tmPin " From the hybrid shape ...
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