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Starting with Homer and finishing in past due antiquity with Christian and pagan reflections on divine and human order, this quantity is the 1st common and entire remedy of Rome ever to be released in English. Its overseas crew of distinct students contains historians of legislation, politics, tradition and faith, in addition to philosophers. the amount will lengthy stay an obtainable and authoritative consultant to Greek and Roman wondering govt and neighborhood. Cambridge Histories Online

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