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Outlines of Roman history from 133 to 27 B.C.

Arthur Hadrian Allcroft

Outlines of Roman history from 133 to 27 B.C.

by Arthur Hadrian Allcroft

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Published by W. B. Clive in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination400 p.
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15000272M

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Includes index. Description: pages ; 19 cm: Responsibility: collected and arranged. The date was said to be B.C. That was the year from which the later Romans counted the beginning of their history. 2. For centuries Rome was a small and struggling city-state. After times of strife, poverty and war, Rome slowly won ground, and by B.C., controlled all of Italy. 3.

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Outlines of Roman history from 133 to 27 B.C by Arthur Hadrian Allcroft Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Rome as a World Power: PERIOD VI. THE FALL OF THE REPUBLIC (B.C. ) XIX. The Times of the Gracchi: XX. The Times of Marius and Sulla: XXI. The Times of Pompey and Caesar: XXII. The Times of Antony and Octavius: THE ROMAN EMPIRE: PERIOD VII. THE EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE (B.C. A.D. ) XXIII. The Reign.

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2 Roman History The Roman Republic: to 30 B.C. Patricians and Plebeians The revolution against the Etruscan domination was led by the Patricians in B.C. The patricians (from the Latin word pater, “father”) were wealthy landowners and aristocrats, and the.

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Notes: Préface et notes en anglais. Textes en latin et en grec ancien. Autres tirage:,Versions anglaises en et sous le titre: "From the Gracchi to Sulla: 'sources for Roman history, B.C.'" Description: 1 vol. (VIII p.) ; 19 cm. Responsibility: collected and arranged by A. H. J.

Greenidge and A. M. The Peoples of Italy about B. C. 14 The Environs of Rome 24 Roman Expansion in Italy to B. C. 32 The Expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean World –44 B. C. 68 The Roman Empire from 31 B.

C. to A. D. The Roman Empire in A. D. The Roman Empire and the Germanic King-doms in A. D. The Roman Empire in A. D.Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greenidge, A.H.J.

(Abel Hendy Jones), Sources for Roman history, B.C.