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The Early History of Rome: Books I-V Quotes

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"They then set out for Rome, a shamed and beaten army but they were caught by the Roman consul Algidus and all killed," p. 223

"Lucius Lucretius, however, the City Prefect, held out for the postponement of any measures the tribunes might take until the return of the consuls to Rome," p. 223

"If, the message added, Agrippa had already proved victorious, he was to join him immediately so that all divisions of the army might take possession of what the camp contained. Close to the camp the two victorious commanders met, with mutual congratulations," p. 282

"The roads were packed with refugees...women—and men to—sobbed aloud as they passed the august temples where armed soldiers stood on guard, for it seemed they were leaving even their gods in captivity," p. 66

"Across the border lay Etruria, and the nearest Etruscan town was Veii," p. 67.

"On both sides preparations...

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