Characters and Events of Roman History
|Characters and Events of Roman History: From Cæsar to Nero (1909)
by , translated by Frances Lance Ferrero
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|I||"Corruption" in Ancient Rome and its counterpart in Modern History||1|
|II||The History and Legend of Antony and Cleopatra||37|
|III||The Development of Gaul||69|
|V||Julia and Tiberius||143|
|VI||Wine in Roman History||179|
|VII||Social Development of the Roman Empire||207|
|VIII||Roman History in Modern Education||239|
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