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By this timely decease he salvaged his own reputation and gave Rome a respite
from civil war. - § 6. THE INTERLUDE BEtween the Civil WARs Under the rule of
Cinna, who now became the virtual dictator of Italy, some attempt was made to ...
Max Cary. they did not desert their posts in order to wage civil wars. If the The
soldiers of Diocletian and Constantine were not a match for those of *** . Scipio
Africanus and Flamininus, neither were their adversaries as ...
The Great Plague and the Marcomannic Wars, followed by the civil wars at the
end of the second century, acted as a brake on further progress. The reigns of the
two Severi were an interval of partial recuperation, and the first third of the third ...
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976