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  • countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.   Public domainPublic domainfalsefalse
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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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  • Author:Julius Caesar (category Military historians)
    instrumental in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. A politician of the popular faction and a daring military commander, he formed an
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  • was the most famous of the eight campi or public parks of ancient Rome.  It lay outside the walls.  Originally a place for military exercises and contests
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  • Author:Aulus Hirtius (category Military historians)
    BCE43 BCEOne of the consuls of Rome in 43 B.C. and fought on the side of Mark Antony during the final civil war of the Roman Republic. Book 8 of Julius Caesar's
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Roman Empire (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Rome)
    To give an adequate history of this mighty nation from the alleged founding of Rome by Romulus in 753 B. C. to the taking of Constantinople in 1453 A. D
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  • Aims, His Work and Friends Augustus's Account of His Reign (From the Inscription in the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Angara) Index This work
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  • The Amazing Emperor Heliogabalus (category History of Ancient Rome)
    Maesa comes to Rome with her family, 31. Marriage of Soaemias, 34. Birth of Elagabalus, 35. Paternity of Elagabalus, 35. Birthplace of Elagabalus, 36
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  • GREAT MONARCHIES OF THE ANCIENT EASTERN WORLD." ETC., ETC. WITH THE COLLABORATION OF ARTHUR GILMAN, M.A. AUTHOR OF "THE STORY OF ROME," ETC. TENTH EDITION
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  • Raffaellino del Colle) PAGAN AND CHRISTIAN ROME BY RODOLFO LANCIANI AUTHOR OF "ANCIENT ROME IN THE LIGHT OF RECENT DISCOVERIES" PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED
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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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  • Treatment. JONES, HENRY STUART, M.A. (H. S. J.) Rome, Ancient City (in part), Christian Rome (in part) and Ancient History (in part); Costume, Aegean, Greek
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  • Monthly Volume 78 June 1911  (1911)  What Masterpieces of Greek Sculpture Were Known to the Men of the Renaissance? By Edward Singleton Holden 1579548Popular
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  • Bl. Agnellus of Pisa Andreas Agnellus of Ravenna St. Agnes of Assisi Bl. Agnes of Bohemia St. Agnes of Montepulciano St. Agnes of Rome Maria Gaetana
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  • villages built of materials drawn for many a century from the ancient ruins. The ancient harbours were distinguished as the military and the commercial
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Caesar, Gaius Julius (category EB1911:People:Ancient:Roman)
    above the rest of humanity. It is explained elsewhere (see Rome: History, Ancient) that Caesar's power was exercised under the form of dictatorship. In
    310 bytes (7,372 words) - 13:25, 29 April 2016
  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition/Azotus (category EB9:Towns:Ancient Rome)
    Ashdod, or Eshdod, an ancient city of Palestine, now represented by a few remains in the little village of Esdud, in the pashalik of Acre. It was situated
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  • Latium, and Rome its capital. The Latin language, meaning the language of Latium, was spoken by the ancient Romans and other inhabitants of Latium, and
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  • of Ancient Rome by Thomas Babington Macaulay Introduction to The Prophecy of Capys 203070Lays of Ancient Rome — Introduction to The Prophecy of
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Augustus (category EB1911:People:Ancient:Roman)
    restored; senate, magistrates and assembly resumed their ancient functions; and the public life of Rome began to run once more in the familiar grooves. The
    308 bytes (4,666 words) - 00:58, 6 December 2013

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