History of Rome; And of the Roman People, from Its Origin to the Invasion of the Barbarians Volume 8, PT. 2

History of Rome; And of the Roman People, from Its Origin to the Invasion of the Barbarians Volume 8, PT. 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...vii. 359; attacked and defeated by Constantius Chlorus, 369. Carbo, C. Papirius (1st), triumvir for the execution of the Agrarian Law, eloquent defender of the Sempronian Law, ii. 461; appointed tribune, proposes two further measures, 462; of which one succeeds and the other is defeated, 463-4; is obliged to defend his opinions, 488-9; his suicide, 4:89. Garbo, Cnaens Papirius (1st), defeated by the Cimbri, ii. 526. Garbo, C. Papirius (2d), consul, one of the authors of the Plautian-Papirian Law, ii. 611. Garbo, Cnaeus Papirius (2d), taken by Cinna as colleague in the consnlsliip, ii. 633; erects an equestrian statue to Marius, 33 note; disobeys the Senate's orders, iii. 2; his measures, 3; incapable leader, 4, 5; a second time consul, 7; to operate on the north of Rome, 8; his campaign, 10-12; defeated at Faventia, escapes into Africa, 13; taken and beheaded by order of Pompey, 28. Caria, a country of Asia Minor, belonging to Philip of Macedon, ii. 91; its free cities, 127; some of its territory given to Rhodes, 1527; taken from Rhodes, 167, 188; its federal organization, 251 note; its valiant people, iii. 706-7. Carinaa, C. (1st), general of the Marian party, 5; in the battle of the Colline Gate, 13; put to death by Sylla, 15. Carinas, 0. (2d), general under Augustus, victorious in Belgica, iv. 67. Carinus (M. Aurelius), the Emperor, appointed Caesar and made governor of the western provinces, 341; assumes the title of voL. vm. 526, 531, 53%; provinces, 532 note; her relations with her African neighbors, 533, 534 and note; harbors of, 534 note; colonies, 535-6, 648; army, composed of mercenaries, 538-41; art and literature, 542 notes; government, 545-8; senate, 547-8; signification and orthograpliy of Carthagininn names, 547 note, ...
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  • Paperback | 176 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236857615
  • 9781236857613