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Africa agreed Antony appointed army arrived Asia attack Augustus battle became began brother Brutus built Cæsar called Camillus camp carried Carthage Carthaginians CHAP collected command conduct conquered conspiracy consul continued Coriolanus death defeated destroyed determined died divided elected emperor empire endeavoured enemies engagement entered entirely finding fleet followed forces formed friends Gaul gave give govern greatest Hannibal head honour hoped hundred immediately Italy killed king lands Latins laws leave manner marched means obliged obtained offered oppose ordered party passed peace person Pompey Porsenna possessed prepared present Price prisoners proclaimed proposed Pyrrhus received refused reign remained resolved restored retired returned Romans Rome Romulus Sabines saying Scipio seemed senate sent Servius Severus ships slain soldiers sons soon Spain success Sylla taken Tarquin thought thousand throne took tribunes turned victorious whole wife wished
Sayfa 136 - how is it possible that people possessed of such magnificence at home could think of envying Caractacus an humble cottage in Britain...
Sayfa 178 - Alans, in Gascoigne and Spain ; the Vandals, in Africa ; the Franks, in France ; the Burgundi, in Burgundy ; the Heruli and Thuringi, in Italy ; the Saxons and Angles, in Britain; the Huns, in Hungary; and the Lombards on the banks of the Danube, and afterwards in Italy. Mede says, they stood thus; in AD 458, (he Britons, the Saxons, both In Britain ; the Franks, the Burgundians; the Visogoths, the Suevi, and \luna, the Vandals, the Alemans, in Germany; the Ostrogoth...
Sayfa 12 - Janus was remarkable for its two brazen gates, one on each side ; which were to be open in time of war, and shut in time of peace.
Sayfa 72 - it would be as easy to turn the sun from its course, as thee from the path of honour.
Sayfa 121 - Being at length entered the senate-house, where the conspirators were prepared to receive him, he met one Spurina, an augur, who had foretold his danger, to whom he said, smiling, " Well, " Spurina, the ides of March are come." " Yes," replied the augur,