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The History of Rome: Livy plus Mommsen

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According to Wikipedia: "Titus Livius (59 BC AD 17) - known as Livy in English - was a Roman historian who wrote a monumental history of Rome and the Roman people. Ab Urbe Condita Libri, "Books from the Foundation of the City," covering the period f

Werke von Theodor Mommsen

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2 Werke von J0rgen Moe Norwegischen Volkskundler, Bischof und Schriftsteller (1813-1882) Dieser Band enthält eine Sammlung von 2 Werken von J0rgen Moe. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkte

Works of Theodor Mommsen

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5 works of Theodor Mommsen German classical scholar, historian, jurist, journalist, politician, archaeologist and writer (1817-1903) This ebook presents a collection of 5 works of Theodor Mommsen. A dynamic table of contents allows y

The History of Rome: Mommsen's Rome, volumes 1 to 5 in a single file, in English translation

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Mommsen's history of the Roman Republic in five volumes. These volumes cover from the founding of Rome up to the disintegration of the First Triumvirate (Caesar, Pompey, Crassus). The author cites dates in the Roman style, AUC, from the founding o

Die bekanntesten Sagen von Schleswig-Holstein

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Diese Sammlung wurde mit einem funktionalen Layout erstellt und sorgfältig formatiert. Theodor Storm (1817-1888) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller, der als Lyriker und als Autor von Novellen und Prosa des deutschen Realismus mit norddeutscher Prägu

El mundo de los Césares

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Documento etnográfico y político, económico y cultural de primer orden, esta obra es un arsenal precioso de datos para el estudio de la historia de los pueblos de la cuenca del Mediterráneo. Es cierto que Mommsen hacía hablar a las piedras. Y ellas le entregaron, en gran parte, el secreto de la intensa vida provincial, oculto hasta entonces bajo la superestructura de una tradición basada en los escritos centralistas de los historiadores y los escritores romanos. Sus capítulos mejor logrados, con ser todos magistrales, son aquellos que versan sobre las partes del imperio, como los países danubianos y las tierras del Asia menor, cuyas inscripciones estudió y editó dentro del gran Corpus inscriptionum.

The History of Rome

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The History of Rome by Theodor Mommsen, the German classical scholar, historian, jurist, journalist, politician, archaeologist and writer generally regarded as one of the greatest classicists of the 19th century. This book is a multi-volume history

Römische Geschichte, Band 3

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Römische Geschichte: Mommsens berühmtestes Werk erschien von 1854 bis 1856 in drei Bänden und schilderte die Geschichte Roms bis zum Ende der römischen Republik und der Herrschaft Caesars, den Mommsen als genialen Staatsmann darstellte. Die politisch

Römische Geschichte, Band 5

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Römische Geschichte: Mommsens berühmtestes Werk erschien von 1854 bis 1856 in drei Bänden und schilderte die Geschichte Roms bis zum Ende der römischen Republik und der Herrschaft Caesars, den Mommsen als genialen Staatsmann darstellte. Die politisch

The History of Ancient Rome

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When Sulla died in the year 676, the oligarchy which he had restored ruled with absolute sway over the Roman state; but, as it had been established by force, it still needed force to maintain its ground against its numerous secret and open foes. I

The History of Ancient Rome

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The Semitic stock occupied a place amidst, and yet aloof from, the nations of the ancient classical world. The true centre of the former lay in the east, that of the latter in the region of the Mediterranean; and, however wars and migrations may h

The History of Ancient Rome

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The Mediterranean Sea with its various branches, penetrating far into the great Continent, forms the largest gulf of the ocean, and, alternately narrowed by islands or projections of the land and expanding to considerable breadth, at once separate

The History of Ancient Rome

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The strict conception of the unity and omnipotence of the state in all matters pertaining to it, which was the central principle of the Italian constitutions, placed in the hands of the single president nominated for life a formidable power, which

The History of Ancient Rome

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The Semitic stock occupied a place amidst, and yet aloof from, the nations of the ancient classical world. The true centre of the former lay in the east, that of the latter in the region of the Mediterranean; and, however wars and migrations may have altered the line of demarcation and thrown the races across each other, a deep sense of diversity has always severed, and still severs, the Indo- Germanic peoples from the Syrian, Israelite, and Arabic nations. This diversity was no less marked in the case of that Semitic people which spread more than any other in the direction of the west-the Phoenicians. Their native seat was the narrow border of coast bounded by Asia Minor, the highlands of Syria, and Egypt, and called Canaan, that is, the "plain." This was the only name which the nation itself made use of; even in Christian times the African farmer called himself a Canaanite. But Canaan received from the Hellenes the name of Phoenike, the "land of purple," or "land of the red men," and the Italians also were accustomed to call the Canaanites Punians, as we are accustomed still to speak of them as the Phoenician or Punic race.

The History of Ancient Rome

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The strict conception of the unity and omnipotence of the state in all matters pertaining to it, which was the central principle of the Italian constitutions, placed in the hands of the single president nominated for life a formidable power, which was felt doubtless by the enemies of the land, but was not less heavily felt by its citizens. Abuse and oppression could not fail to ensue, and, as a necessary consequence, efforts were made to lessen that power. It was, however, the grand distinction of the endeavours after reform and the revolutions in Rome, that there was no attempt either to impose limitations on the community as such or even to deprive it of corresponding organs of expression-that there never was any endeavour to assert the so-called natural rights of the individual in contradistinction to the community-that, on the contrary, the attack was wholly directed against the form in which the community was represented. From the times of the Tarquins down to those of the Gracchi the cry of the party of progress in Rome was not for limitation of the power of the state, but for limitation of the power of the magistrates: nor amidst that cry was the truth ever forgotten, that the people ought not to govern, but to be governed. This struggle was carried on within the burgess-body. Side by side with it another movement developed itself-the cry of the non-burgesses for equality of political privileges. Under this head are included the agitations of the plebeians, the Latins, the Italians, and the freedmen, all of whom-whether they may have borne the name of burgesses, as did the plebeians and the freedmen, or not, as was the case with the Latins and Italians-were destitute of, and desired, political equality.A third distinction was one of a still more general nature; the distinction between the wealthy and the poor, especially such as had been dispossessed or were endangered in possession. The legal and political relations of Rome led to the rise of a numerous class

The History of Ancient Rome

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With the abolition of the Macedonian monarchy the supremacy of Rome not only became an established fact from the Pillars of Hercules to the mouths of the Nile and the Orontes, but, as if it were the final decree of fate, it weighed on the nations

Wenn Toren aus der Geschichte falsche Schlüsse ziehen

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Theodor Mommsen - Ein Historiker mit vielen GesichternTheodor Mommsen (1817 - 1903) war Mitbegründer der deutschen Altertumswissenschaft und erhielt für sein Werk ›Römische Geschichte‹ 1902 den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Er nahm engagiert a

Historia de Roma

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La Historia de Roma" (nominado al Premio Nobel de Literatura) de Theodor Mommsen no sólo es el libro de los amantes de la historia, es un libro que cada persona, debería leer, ya que se trata de una obra maestra desde el punto de vista de sus

Historia de Roma

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"Al más grande maestro de la escritura histórica, con una especial atención a su mejor trabajo, La Historia de Roma" (nominado al Premio Nobel de Literatura); frase que seguramente describe la obra maestra literaria de Theodor Mommsen, f

El mundo de los Césares

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Documento etnográfico y político, económico y cultural de primer orden, esta obra es un arsenal precioso de datos para el estudio de la historia de los pueblos de la cuenca del Mediterráneo. Es cierto que Mommsen hacía hablar a las piedras. Y ella
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