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" The first book, and some portions of the second Punic war, are, in Niebuhr's judgment, the most beautiful portions of the whole work. Unfortunately, the larger part of this great history is no longer extant. We have the first, third, and fourth decads,... "
Livy: books I, XXI, and XXII : with explanatory notes and a vocabulary - Page ix
by Livy, Thomas Chase - 1925 - 496 pages
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Lectures on the history of Rome (from the earliest times to the ..., Volume 1

Barthold Georg Niebuhr - 1844
...scholars and as men who seek and love that which is beautiful. His faults, which we cannot deny, arc like the faults of a bosom friend which we must know...unjust, and which ought not to disturb our feelings. It was a fearful time for the Romans ; the struggle with the Gauls continued till AU 406 and 407 ;...
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Lectures on the History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Issue 12

Barthold Georg Niebuhr - Rome - 1848 - 552 pages
...both as scholars and as men who seek and love that which is beautiful. His faults, which we cannot deny, are like the faults of a bosom friend which...unjust, and which ought not to disturb our feelings. It was a fearful time for the Romans ; the struggle with the Gauls continued till AU 406 and 407 ;...
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Lectures on the History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 1

Barthold Georg Niebuhr - Rome - 1848 - 22 pages
...both as scholars and as men who seek and love that which is beautiful. His faults, wliich we cannot deny, are like the faults of a bosom friend which...towards which we ought not to be unjust, and which onght not to disturb our feelings. It was a fearful time for the Romans ; the struggle with the Gauls...
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Lectures on the History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 1

Barthold Georg Niebuhr - Rome - 1852
...both as scholars aud as men who seek and love that which is beautiful. His faults, which we cannot deny, are like the faults of a bosom friend which...unjust, and which ought not to disturb our feelings. It was a fearful time for the Romans; the struggle with the Gauls continued till AU 406 and 407 ; and...
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The histories of Livy: books I, XXI, and XXII. With extracts from books IX ...

Livy - Latin language - 1874 - 364 pages
...scholars, aла aŤ men who seek and lore (hat which ee beaufifnl. His faults, which we cannot deny, arc like the faults of a bosom friend, which we must know...part of this great history is no longer extant. We have the first, third, and fourth decads, and half of the fifth, — thirty-five books, — with a...
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The histories of Livy: books I, XXI, and XXII with extracts from books IX ...

Livy - Rome - 1876 - 364 pages
...seholars, and as men who seek and love that which ie beautiful. His faults, whtch we cannot deny, arc like the faults of a bosom friend, which we must know...part of this great history is no longer extant. We have the first, third, and fourth decads, and half of the fifth, — thirty-five books, — with a...
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The Histories of Livy, Books I, XXI, & XXII: With Extracts from Books IX ...

Tite-Live - 1881 - 364 pages
...both as scholarsi and as men. who seek and loce that which is beautiful. His faults, which we cannot deny, are like the faults of a bosom friend, which...part of this great history is no longer extant. We have the first, third, and fourth decads, and half of the fifth, — thirty-five books, — with a...
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