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The History of Rome 2

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The History Of Rome, Book II
Theodor Mommsen
 
Table of Contents
Theodor Mommsen..................................................................................................................................1Preparer's Note.........................................................................................................................................1BOOK SECOND. From The Abolition Of The Monarchy In Rome To The Union Of Italy..............................2CHAPTER I. Change Of The Constitution— Limitation Of The Power Of The Magistrate.................2CHAPTER II. The Tribunate Of The Plebs And The Decemvirate......................................................15CHAPTER III. The Equalization Of The Orders, And The New Aristocracy......................................27CHAPTER IV. Fall Of The Etruscan Power−The Celts.......................................................................46CHAPTER V. Subjugation Of The Latins And Campanians By Rome................................................57CHAPTER VI. Struggle Of The Italians Against Rome.......................................................................70CHAPTER VII. Struggle Between Pyrrhus And Rome, And Union Of Italy.......................................82CHAPTER VIII. Law, Religion, Military System, Economic Condition, Nationality.......................109CHAPTER IX. Art And Science.........................................................................................................125
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The History Of Rome, Book II
Theodor Mommsen
This page copyright © 2003 Blackmask Online.http://www.blackmask.comPreparer's Note.
CHAPTER VII. Struggle Between Pyrrhus And Rome, And Union Of Italy
CHAPTER VIII. Law, Religion, Military System, Economic Condition, Nationality
CHAPTER IX. Art And Science
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The History Of Rome, Book IIby Theodor MommsenTranslated by William Purdie Dickson
Preparer's Note.
This work contains many literal citations of and references to foreign words, sounds, and alphabetic symbolsdrawn from many languages, including Gothic and Phoenician, but chiefly Latin and Greek. This Englishedition adopts the following orthographic conventions:1) Except for Greek, all literally cited non−English words that do not refer to texts cited as academicreferences, words that in the source manuscript appear italicized, are rendered with a single preceding, and asingle following dash; thus,—xxxx−.2) Greek words, first transliterated into Roman alphabetic equivalents, are rendered with a preceding and afollowing double−dash; thus, —xxxx—. Note that in some cases the root word itself is a compound form suchas xxx−xxxx, and is rendered as —xxx−xxx—3) Simple unideographic references to vocalic sounds, single letters, or alphabeic dipthongs; and prefixes,suffixes, and syllabic references are represented by a single preceding dash; thus,—x, or —xxx.4) Ideographic references, referring to signs of representation rather than to content, are representedas—“id:xxxx"−. “id:” stands for “ideograph", and indicates that the reader should form a picture based on thefollowing “xxxx”; which may be a single symbol, a word, or an attempt at a picture composed of ASCIIcharacters. For example,
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