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" The fourth summer y was spent in securing the country which had been overrun ; and if the valour of the army and the glory of the Roman name had permitted it, our conquests would have found a limit within Britain itself. For the tides of the opposite... "
The Archaeological Review - Página 88
1890
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A Treatise on the Situation, Manners and Inhabitants of Germany

1815 - 224 páginas
...honourable to shew marks of open displeasure, than to entertain secret hatred. XXIII. The fourth summer y was spent in securing the country which had been overrun...seas, flowing very far up the estuaries of Clota and Bodotriaz, almost intersect the country ; leaving only a narrow neck of land, which was then defended...
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A Treatise on the Situation, Manners, and Inhabitants of Germany

Cornelius Tacitus - 1823 - 224 páginas
...honourable to show marks of open dis)leasure, than to entertain secret hatred'. The fourth summer s was spent in securing the country which had been overrun...tides of the opposite seas, flowing very far up the aestuaries of Clota and Bodotria3, almost intersect the country ; leaving only a narrow neck of land,...
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A Treatise on the Situation, Manners, and Inhabitants of Germany: And The ...

Cornelius Tacitus - 1823 - 220 páginas
...honourable to shew marks of open displeasure, than to entertain secret hatred. XXIII. The fourth summer y was spent in securing the country which had been overrun;...within Britain itself. For the tides of the opposite »eas, flowing very far tap the estuaries of Clota and Bodotria*, almost intersect the country; leaving...
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A History of Northumberland, in Three Parts, Volúmenes2-3

John Hodgson-Hinde - 1840
...winter alike." " The 4th summer, "81," was concluded with securing the countries which it had run over : and if the valour of the army, and the glory of the Roman name could have been bounded by a limit — that limit was now discovered ed in Britain Itself. For Glotta...
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The Works of Tacitus, Volumen2

Cornelius Tacitus - 1854
...hon.pura.hle to show marks of open displeasure, than to entertain- secret hatred. 23. The fourth summer3 was spent in securing the country which had been overrun;...seas, flowing very far up the estuaries of Clota and Bodotria,4 almost intersect the country; leaving only a narrow neck of land, which was then defended...
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Chronicles of the Picts, Chronicles of the Scots: And Other Early Memorials ...

William Forbes Skene - 1867 - 499 páginas
...the country ; and even as early as the expedition of Agrícola, his historian Tacitus notices that the tides of the opposite seas, flowing very far up...intersect the country, leaving only a narrow neck of land, and throwing the territory beyond it as it were into another island. The Celtic term of A Iba or A...
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The Scottish war of independence, its antecedents and effects

William Burns (of Glasgow.) - 1874
...erection of fortresses, from which the garrisons made frequent sallies, and then adds: "The fourth summer was spent in securing the country which had been overrun...and, if the valour of the army and the glory of the "" *i«mitted, our conquests would have found a limit within Britain itself. For, the tides of the...
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The Works of Tacitus: The Oxford Translation, Revised, with Notes, Volumen2

Cornelius Tacitus - 1874
...honorable to show marks of open displeasure, than to entertain secret hatred. , ' 23. The fourth summer' was spent in securing the country which had been overrun ; and if the valor of the army and the glory of the Roman name had permitted it, our conquests would have found...
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The Germany and the Agricola of Tacitus: The Oxford Translation Revised with ...

Cornelius Tacitus - 1897 - 142 páginas
...securing the country which had been overrun ; and if the valor of the army and the glory of the Koman name had permitted it, our conquests would have found...seas, flowing very far up the estuaries of Clota and Bodotria,2 almost intersect the country ; leaving only a narrow neck of land, which was then defended...
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The Germany and the Agricola of Tacitus

Cornelius Tacitus - 1897 - 132 páginas
...honorable to show marks of open displeasure, than to entertain secret hatred. 23. The fourth summer1 was spent in securing the country which had been overrun ; and if the valor of the army and the glory of the Roman name had permitted it, our conquests would have found...
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