This is the book's author, a native of Padua, who made a valuable contribution to classical historical literature.
This was the founding leader of the city of Rome. The founder, admired for wisdom, had already destroyed a weaker sibling before moving on to found Rome.
This is a scholar closely associated with the history of Rome who was commissioned to write an introduction to the Early History of Rome: Books I-V remnants by the Penguin publishing company.
This is the powerful individual that introduces a magnificent innovation to the region, a set of letters that have come to be known as the alphabet.
This is a scholar who translated the work from Latin into English during the first half of the 20th century.
This notorious person plots a series of betrayals and murders...
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