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Moreover the custody of the documents in the Roman record office was
notoriously lax, and it is not unlikely that some of the early documents were
damaged or lost outright in succeeding centuries.' Copies of treaties were
sometimes, as in the ...
maximi relating to the fourth and earlier centuries were based on memory or
mere imagination, and are accordingly devoid of documentary value.11 The
importance of the documentary sources for early Roman history would be greatly
18 On early Christian culture and Church organisation see W. M. Ramsay, The
Church in the Roman Empire; T. R. Glover, The Conflict of Religions in the Early
Roman Empire • A. D. Nock, F. C. Burkitt and H. Lietzmann in Cambr. Anc. Hist.
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