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  • Lays of Ancient Rome by Thomas Babington Macaulay 203047Lays of Ancient RomeThomas Babington Macaulay LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME By Thomas Babington
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  • Author:Marcus Tullius Cicero (category Ancient authors)
    TulliusCiceroCicero,_Marcus TulliusCiceroBust.jpg106 BCE43 BCEOrator and statesman of Ancient Rome, and is generally considered the greatest Latin orator and prose stylist
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  • History of Rome. The History of Rome  (1862-1866)  by Theodor Mommsen, translated by William Purdie Dickson 58409The History of RomeTheodor MommsenWilliam
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  • Characters and Events of Roman History (category History of Ancient Rome)
    Contents Preface I "Corruption" in Ancient Rome and its counterpart in Modern History 1 II The History and Legend of Antony and Cleopatra 37 III The
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Romulus (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    Reference Work (1914) — Romulus Rom′ulus, legendary founder and first king of Rome, son of Mars by Rhea Silvia, daughter of King Numitor of Alba Longa, was
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  • Tacitus, The Histories (Fyfe) (category History of Ancient Rome)
    For other English-language translations of this work, see Histories (Tacitus). Tacitus, The Histories  (1912)  by Tacitus, translated by William Hamilton
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  • The Women of the Caesars (category History of Ancient Rome)
    Contents I Woman and marriage in Ancient Rome 3 II Livia and Julia 46 III The daughters of Agrippa 96 IV Tiberius and Agrippina 152 V The sisters of Caligula
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Rome 84080The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Rome Rome.  Modern Rome occupies the plain on each side
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  • Influence of Wealth in Imperial Rome  (1910)  by William Stearns Davis 136329The Influence of Wealth in Imperial RomeWilliam Stearns Davis1910
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  • Arch of Claudius (category Ancient Rome)
    related portals: Ancient Rome. Inscribed on arches on the Aqua Virgo in Rome, at Boulogne, France, and at Cysicus, Turkey, AD 51 or 52
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Punic Wars (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    This is the name commonly given to those contests which occurred between Rome and Carthage for the supremacy of the western world.  The Romans called the
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Numa Pompilius (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Numa Pompilius 84616The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Numa Pompilius Nu′ma Pompil′ius, the second
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Forum (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    discussed, courts of justice held and money transactions carried on.  In Rome the name was applied particularly to the famous forum, the low, level space
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  • Friends Augustus's Account of His Reign (From the Inscription in the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Angara) Index This work was published before January
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  • Roman Imperialism (category History of Ancient Rome)
    related portals: Ancient Rome. sister projects: Data item.
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Numidia (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Numidia 84617The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Numidia Numid′ia, the name given by the Romans to
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  • to the three patrician orders or political divisions of the people of Ancient Rome, the Ramnes, Tities and Luceres, representing the Latin, Sabine and Etruscan
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  • Lays of Ancient Rome by Thomas Babington Macaulay Introduction to Horatius 203051Lays of Ancient Rome — Introduction to HoratiusThomas Babington
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Roman Empire (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    which led to the founding of Rome also caused its rapid development, so that the beginnings of Roman history — if the ancient legend may be called history —
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Domitian, Titus Flavius Domitianus (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    Titus Flavius Domitianus, the third of the Flavian emperors of Rome, was born at Rome in 51 A. D.  When his father, Vespasian, was declared emperor, Domitian
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