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Ab Urbe Condita LibriThis eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devicesThe History of Rome Books from the Foundation of the City is a monumental history of ancient Rome written between 27 and 9 BC by the historian Titus Livius The work cov Uniue year by year writing on the politics culture religion law economics class struggles notable happenings and of course military engagements of one fortunate city state out of many in the region and some about its competitors The humanity of the players really comes through even if some of it is likely imagined There are occasional moments of development of the culture where it transitions from unfamiliar to familiar practices practices that remain with western civilization today Follows a vast number of recognizeable political and organizational situations and so might be considered a great textbook on leadership I finished book ten turned the page and was horrified that the next ten books have not survived What a loss

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Mobi ì Ab Urbe Condita Libri ´ 2412 pages Download ✓ Dogsalonbristol ↠ [Reading] ➶ Ab Urbe Condita Libri Author Livy – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devicesThe History of Rome Books fBooks covering the legendary founding of Rome including the landing of Aeneas in Italy and the founding of the city by Romulus the period of the kings the early republic down to its conuest by the Gauls in 390 BC and the roman wars with the Aeui Volsci Etruscans and Samnite It's 462 bc and Oops Gaius Terentilius Harsa a tribune to the Plebs has been urging them to harangue the Senate whilst the consuls are away at war regarding the overbearing arrogance of the Patricians Terentilius wants to have the current laws changed for a new 'Code of Laws' that will enable the Plebeians common working folk to have rights in the senate He said that it's now harsh than the days of the Kings because now we have two masters instead of one with uncontrolled unlimited powers with nothing to curb their license In the absence of the consuls there was a meeting in the senate with Fabius Prefect of the city who made a violent attack on the proposed law and its author He made accusation after accusation toward Terentilius swaying the other tribunes and Plebs for peace since last year many had died of the plague and there was no time for this dissension amongst the classesAnyway after the meeting Fabius calmed them all Therefore Terentilius and his tribunes came to an understanding of the matter and a fray was avoided and all adjourned Info based on Livy's 'History of Rome'All of this history and I'm only 8% into it Hope I can make it until the age of Augustus YikesActual uote from Book Three chapter nine

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Ers the period from the legends concerning the arrival of Aeneas and the refugees from the fall of Troy to the city's founding in 753 the expulsion of the Kings in 509 and down to Livy's own time during the reign of the emperor Augustus Volume one comprises the first eight Excellent