Livy, 2. sējums

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W. Heinemann, 1922
 

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This review is the same for each of his volumes: Livy is the quintessential historian of ancient Rome. He had his obvious flaws - no one could consider him unbiased in his approach, and he creates ... Lasīt pilnu pārskatu

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182. lappuse - ... ut qui tribunis plebis, aedilibus, iudicibus decemviris nocuisset, eius caput lovi sacrum esset, familia ad aedem Cereris, Liberi Liberaeque venum iret.
282. lappuse - His consulibus cum Ardeatibus foedus renovatum est; idque monumenti est consules eos illo anno fuisse, qui neque in annalibus priscis neque in libris magistratuum inveniuntur; credo quod tribuni militum initio anni fuerunt, eo, perinde ac si totum annum in imperio fuerint, suffectorum iis consulum praetermissa nomina [consulum horum]. Licinius Macer auctor est etiam in foedere Ardeatino et in linteis libris ad Monetae ea inventa.
330. lappuse - Ceterum in tarn discrepanti editione et Tubero et Macer libros linteos auctores profitentur; neuter tribunos militum eo anno fuisse traditum a scriptoribus antiquis dissimulat. Licinio libros haud dubie sequi linteos placet; Tubero incertus veri est. Sit inter cetera vetustate cooperta hoc quoque in incerto positum.
104. lappuse - Turn abiecta lege, quae promulgata consenuerat, tribuni lenius agere cum patribus: finem tandem certaminum facerent. Si plebeiae leges displicerent, at illi communiter legum latores et ex plebe et ex patribus, qui utrisque utilia ferrent quaeque aequandae libertatis essent, sinerent creari.
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