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" Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed no greater military error than many an impetuous soldier, whose death in his country's cause has been felt to throw a veil over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honored. The party feelings... "
Livy: books I, XXI, and XXII : with explanatory notes and a vocabulary - Page 305
by Livy, Thomas Chase - 1925 - 496 pages
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History of Rome: From the end of the first to the end of the second Punic ...

Thomas Arnold - Rome - 1845
...hatred of the Roman aristocracy to the author of an agrarian law, than the genuine language of the Gaul. Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed...over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honoured. The party feelings which have so coloured the language of the ancient writers respecting...
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The History of Rome

Thomas Arnold - Rome - 1853 - 670 pages
...hatred of the Roman aristocracy to the author of an agrarian law, than the genuine language of the Gaul. Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed...respecting him, need not be shared by a modern historian : Flaminius was indeed an unequal antagonist to Hannibal ; but in his previous life, as consul and...
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The campaigns of Hannibal arranged and critically considered

sir Patrick Leonard MacDougall - 1858
...prisoners, the rest were slain ; and among the latter was Flaminius himself. In the words of Arnold, " He died bravely, sword in hand, having committed no greater...over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honoured. The party feelings which have so coloured the language of the ancient writers respecting...
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The History of Rome

Thomas Arnold - Rome - 1868 - 670 pages
...hatred of the Roman aristocracy to the author of an agrarian law, than the genuine language of the Gaul. Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed...impetuous soldier, whose death in his country's cause has hecn felt to throw a veil over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honored. The party feelings...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Wilhelm Ihne - Rome - 1871
...eum, neque congrederetur.' i Arnold (History of Rome, iii. 110) says most justly and eloqnently: ' Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed...over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honoured. The party feelings which have so coloured the language of the ancient writers respecting...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Wilhelm Ihne - Rome - 1871
...neque congrederetur.' 1 Arnold (History of Rome, iii. 110) says most justly and eloquently: ' Flaminins died bravely, sword in hand, having committed no greater...impetuous soldier whose death in his country's cause has ben felt to throw a veil over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honoured. The party feelings...
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Analysis of Roman history

William C. Pearce - 1873
...ungenerous and unjust ; and emanate rather from a hatred of the man thau from conviction. Dr Arnold says — "Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed...impetuous soldier whose death in his country's cause had been felt to throw a veil over his rashness, and whose memory is pitied and honoured. ... If the...
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The histories of Livy: books I, XXI, and XXII. With extracts from books IX ...

Livy - Latin language - 1874 - 364 pages
...lifetime. Z. — 28. Non invenit. " A hostile fate, which exposed Flaminius to the reviling tongue of his political opponents and blackened his memory, deprived...language of the ancient writers respecting him need not bo shared by a modern historian." Arnold, Hist, of Rome, iii. 110. — 38. Domos, home. Lit., to their...
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The histories of Livy: books I, XXI, and XXII with extracts from books IX ...

Livy - Rome - 1876 - 364 pages
...lifetime. Z. — 28. Non invimit. " A hostile fate, which exposed Fbtminius to the reviling tongue of his political opponents and blackened his memory, deprived...ancient writers respecting him need not be shared by л modern historian." Arnold, Hist, of Rome, iii. 110. — 38. Domos, home. Lit., to their houses ;...
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Life of Hannibal

Thomas Arnold - 1879 - 320 pages
...the genuine language of the Gaul. Flaminius died bravely, sword in hand, having committed no graver military error than many an impetuous soldier, whose...respecting him, need not be shared by a modern historian ; Flaminius was indeed an unequal antagonist to Hannibal ; but in his previous life, as consul and...
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