Includes an extended comparison of Rome and Carthage. Polybius c.
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Thomas, Plutarch c. Suetonius c. With Occasional Remarks. Probably addressed to Theodosius the Great.
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Claudius b. Herodotus c. The document as a whole shows the Roman exploitation of Egypt. Dio Cassius c. David Wilson-Okamura [At Virgil.
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