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4 edition of The History of Rome, Books 27 to 36 found in the catalog.

The History of Rome, Books 27 to 36

by Titus Livius

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Published by Hard Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11683172M
ISBN 101406908207
ISBN 109781406908206

Augias takes readers back through 27 centuries of Roman history, secrets, and conspiracies. The Smiles of Rome: A Literary Companion for Readers and Travelers (Susan Cahill, ). This collection of essays, stories, and poems about Rome by everyone from Ovid to Federico Fellini includes a guide to visiting these most-loved places. The fourth decade comprises two recognizable pentads: Books narrate the Second Macedonian War () and its aftermath (Rome\'s growing hegemony over Greece and tension with Antiochus III, the Seleucid ruler of the Near East), then Books the years from to , when Rome crushed and shrank Antiochus\' empire to extend and.

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Author: Livy: Translator: Edmonds, Cyrus R. Title: The History of Rome, Books 27 to 36 Language: English: LoC Class: DG: History: General and Eastern. TITUS LIVIUS. BOOKS TWENTY SEVEN TO THIRTY SIX. LITERALLY TRANSLATED, WITH NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS, BY.

CYRUS EDMONDS. MDCCCL. THE HISTORY OF ROME. BOOK XXVII. Cneius Fulvius, proconsul, defeated by Hannibal and slain; the consul, Claudius Marcellus, engages him with better success. Books 1 10 we have entire; books 11 20 are lost; books 21 45 are entire, except parts of 41 and 43 Of the rest only fragments and the summaries remain.

In splendid style Livy, a man of wide sympathies and proud of Rome's past, presented an uncritical but clear and living narrative of the rise of Rome /5(4). Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 27 Frank Gardner Moore, Professor Emeritus in Columbia University, Ed.

Livy (Titus Livius), the great Roman historian, was born at or near Patavium (Padua) in 64 or 59 BCE; he may have lived mostly in Rome but died at Patavium, in 12 or 17 CE. Livy's only extant work is part of his history of Rome from the foundation of the city to 9 its books, we have j and short summaries of all the rest except two.

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"But in war nothing is so slight as not at times to bring about a great result." - Livy, Book XXV. xviii 3 Book 23 (Campanians revolt) & Book 24 (War against the Syracusans) & Book 25 (The Fall of Syracuse) My sixth (of fourteen) Livy's History of Rome covers books 23 through 25 ( BC).

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It actually just rattles along. I always recommend my students read it as their first book on ancient history .Book 1, Earliest Rome: Chapter 1, Introductory & Rome Under Kings Summary and Analysis. There are three pieces of introductory material preceding the main text itself.

This section covers all of the 'preambles' and the first half of what in the main body of the books is 'book 1'. The first of the set of books is named 'Rome Under the Kings'.Book 1: The Earliest Legends []To begin with, it is generally admitted that after the capture of Troy, whilst the rest of the Trojans were massacred, against two of them - Aeneas and Antenor - the Achivi refused to exercise the rights of war, partly owing to old ties of hospitality, and partly because these men had always been in favour of making peace and surrendering Helen.