Title: History of the later Roman Commonwealth, from the end of the Second Punic War to the death of Julius Cæsar; and of the reign of Augustus: with a life of Trajan ... Republished from "The Encyclopædia Metropolitana." [With a preface by Bonamy Price.]
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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British Library Arnold, Thomas D.D.; Price, Bonamy; 1845. 2 vol. ; 8º. 1307.g.11.
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