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" Roman historians : it is enough to say that, at the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare which the Romans had to maintain against the Opican nations was generally defensive... "
HISTORY OF ROME. - 第 78 頁
THOMAS ARNOLD, D. D., 著 - 1868
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 第 44 卷

1838
...external condition of the Republic: — " At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare whicli the Romans had to maintain against the Opican nations was generally defensive ; that the •iKquians and Volscianshad advanced from the line of the Apennines and established themselves on...
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Miscellaneous Essays: By Archibald Alison, 第 2 卷

Sir Archibald Alison - 1845 - 390 頁
...expulsion of the Tarquins, Arnold gives the following picture of the external condition of the Republic: " At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare...the Opican nations was generally defensive; that the ^Equians and Volscians had advanced from the line of the Apennines and established themselves on the...
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Miscellaneous Essays: By Archibald Alison

Sir Archibald Alison - 1845 - 390 頁
...expulsion of the Tarquins, Arnold gives the following picture of the external condition of the Republic: "At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare...Opican nations was generally defensive ; that the -Wquians and Volscians had advanced from the line of the Apennines and established themselves on the...
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Essays, Political, Historical, and Miscellaneous, 第 2 卷

Archibald Alison - 1850
...the Tarquins, Arnold gives the following picture of the external condition of the Republic : — " At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare which the Romans had to maintain against the Opicau nations was generally defensive ; the 2Equians and Volscians had advanced from the line of the...
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Essays, political, historical, and miscellaneous, 第 2 卷

Sir Archibald Alison - 1850
...the Tarquins, Arnold gives the following picture of the external condition of the Republic : — " At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare which the Romans Lad to maintain against the Opican nations was generally defensive ; the ^Equians and Volscians had...
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The Modern British Essayists: Alison, Archibald. Miscellaneous essays

1852
...expulsion of the Tarquins, Arnold gives the following picture of the external condition of the Republic: "At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare...the Opican nations was generally defensive; that the -Equians and Volscians had advanced from the line of the Apennines and established themselves on the...
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An inquiry into the credibility of the early Roman history, 第 2 卷

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - 1855
...they form a picture which national vanity most delights in. But we neither can, nor need we desiro to correct and supply the omissions of the details of the Roman historians.' lanus upon his countrymen, the destruction of the Fabii at the Cremera, the battle of the Allia, with...
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MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS

ARCHIBALD ALISON - 1860
...expulsion of the Tarquins, Arnold gives the following picture of the external condition of the Republic; " At the close of the third century of Rome, the warfare which the Romans had to main* tain against the Opican nations was generally defensive; that the JSquians and Volscians had...
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A History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Records to the Fall ..., 第 2 卷

Philip Smith - 1873
...jEquians and Volscians, there are always sufficient alternations of success to furnish the annalists on either side with matter of triumph ; and by exaggerating...the Opican nations was generally defensive: that the ^Equians and Volscians had advanced from the line of the Apennines, and established themselves on the...
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A History of Rome

Robert Fowler Leighton - 1878 - 521 頁
...every defeat, they formed a picture such as national vanity most delights in. But we neither care, nor need we desire, to correct and supply the omissions...maintain against the Opican nations was generally lefensive ; and that, the .'Equians and Volscians had advanced from the line of the Apennines, and...
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