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  • Rome (Italian and Latin: Roma) is the capital city of Italy and of the Lazio region. According to legend, the city of Rome was founded by the twins Romulus
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  • Hannibal (category Military leaders)
    politician, statesman and military commander of ancient Carthage, famous for his victories against Roman forces and occupation of much of Italy for 15 years
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  • Julius Caesar (category Roman military leaders)
    religious, military, and political leader. He played an important part in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. His conquest of Gaul
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  • Lucius Cornelius Sulla (category Military stubs)
    quoted in The Story of Rome : From the Earliest Times to the Death of Augustus (1900) by Mary Macgregor; also said to be in a translation of Plutarch's works
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  • achievement of insight which has transformational power. A work of genius fundamentally alters the expectations of its audience. In Ancient Rome, the genius
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  • Revelations - Page 8 Ancient civilizations of Greece, Egypt and Rome have all disappeared from this world, but the elements of our civilization still
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  • of Rome, who had hitherto elected their Bishop, and reckoned that they and their Senate inherited the rights of the ancient Senate and people of Rome, voted
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  • through the strength of their respective cultures (The phenomenon of empire as reflected in the experience of Carthage and Rome is of a different order.
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  • Republic of China (PRC; Chinese: 中华人民共和国; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó), is a country located in eastern Eurasia. Also a cultural region and ancient civilization
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  • influence on Europe, in "The Pearl of Great Price", his Introduction to "The Resurrection of Rome" (1930) in The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton (1990) by Vol
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  • descendants of Ancient Macedonia, of Rome, of Byzantine Empire. Elizabeta Kančeska - Milevska (Елизабета Канческа - Милевска), Minister of Culture of FYROM
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  • fighter-bomber, the state-controlled police and military are the weapons of dictatorship. The rifle is the weapon of democracy. Not for nothing was the revolver
    464 KB (60,634 words) - 15:56, 28 May 2016
  • sound at the foundation. The people of Europe learn their lessons from the writings of the men of Greece or Rome, which exist no longer in their former
    117 KB (17,653 words) - 10:31, 27 May 2016
  • Constantine the Great (category Roman military leaders)
    ultimately evolve. Elizabeth DePalma Digeser, in The making of a Christian Empire: Lactantius & Rome After his victory at the Milvian Bridge, faithful to his
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  • catastrophe that will cause the loss of the Soviet Empire. night of 18-19 July 1941. I'm sure that Nero didn't set fire to Rome. It was the Christian-Bolsheviks
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  • they no longer bloom upon the stock Of History. William Wordsworth, Memorials of a Tour in Italy, IV. At Rome. History doesn't repeat itself, but
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  • Attila (category Military leaders)
    control the Germanic and Slavic nations, to conquer Rome and Constantinople, to march against all of Asia, then on to Africa. Thus, the Huns would reign
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  • Julian (emperor) (category Roman military leaders)
    impatient of the petty, hampering rules of Court etiquette, constantly dwelling in thought on the ancient glories of democratic Athens and senatorial Rome, he
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  • traditions of ancient Rome and ancient Isreal, and not the modern entities, one of which did not yet exist at the time of her writing. The state of conformity
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  • main public square in ancient Rome, and was the world's first newspaper. The liberty of the press is essential to the security of freedom in a state:
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