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A Smaller History of Rome by William Smith, Eugene Lawrence

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A Smaller History of Rome
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Publisher: Harper & Brothers
ISBN/ASIN: 0559076282
Number of pages: 366

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This is a short history of Rome, from the earliest times to the establishment of the empire, by William Smith, with a continuation to A.D. 479. by Eugene Lawrence. From the contents: geography of Italy and early inhabitants, the kings of Rome, the establishment of the republic, decemvirate, the capture of Rome by the Gauls, the final union of the two orders, Punic wars, ... , to Romulus Augustulus A.D. 476.

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