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" Sabine soldiery, she promised to betray the fort to them, if they would give her what they wore on their left arms ; whereupon, after having been admitted by her, they threw their shields on her, and crushed her. "
The child's first history of Rome, by the author of 'Amy Herbert'. - Página 7
por Elizabeth Missing Sewell - 1880
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An Historical Accompaniment to the Scriptures; in the form of stories ...

1850 - 251 páginas
...treachery of a young female, named Tarpeia^ who promised secretly to open to them one of the gates if they would give her what they wore on their left arms. By this she meant their gold bracelets ; but the Sabine soldiers, despising her baseness, even while...
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Erotica. The elegies of Propertius, the Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter, and ...

Sextus Propertius, Titus Petronius Arbiter - 1854 - 500 páginas
...the glitter of the bracelets worn by the Sabine soldiery, she promised to betray the fort to them, if they would give her what they wore on their left arms ; whereupon, after having been admitted by her, they threw their shields on her, and crushed her. For...
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Erotica: The Elegies of Propertius, The Satyricon of Petronius and The ...

Walter Keating Kelly - 1854 - 500 páginas
...the glitter of the bracelets worn by the Sabine soldiery, she promised to betray the fort to them, if they would give her what they wore on their left arms ; whereupon, after having been admitted by her, they threw their shields on her, and crushed her. For...
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The history of Rome, to the end of the republic

Thomas Keightley - 1858 - 500 páginas
...met the Sabines, and dazzled by the gold bracelets which they wore, agreed to open a gate for them if they would give her what they wore on their left arms. She kept her promise, but the Sabines cast their shields from their left arms on her as they entered, and...
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Anecdotes for the Family, Or, Lessons of Truth and Duty for Every-day Life ...

1862 - 443 páginas
...Tarpeia, a daughter of the governor of the Roman citadel, promised to open the gates to the Sabines, if they would give her what they wore on their left arms, meaning their golden bracelets, with the costliness and value of which, she was thus tempted to betray...
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Outlines of Roman history

1864
...faithful soldier, but his daughter Tarpeia was false, and offered to let her enemies inside the gates, " if they would give her what they wore on their left arms." She meant their golden * When a trophy was thus iron by the leader of one army over another, the Romans...
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A Smaller History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of ...

Eugene Lawrence - 1865 - 365 páginas
...daughter Tarpeia, dazzled by the golden bracelets of the Sabines, promised to betray the hill to them " if they would give her what they wore on their left arms." Her offer was accepted. In the night-time she opened a gate and let in the enemy, but when she claimed...
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Elements of the History of Rome

John Charles CURTIS - 1869 - 148 páginas
...daughter Tarpeia.was dazzled by the golden bracelets of the Sabines, and she promised to admit them if they would give her what they wore on their left arms. During the night she opened a gate, and as the Sabines entered, they cast their shields from their...
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A Smaller History of Rome, from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of ...

Sir William Smith - 1874 - 365 páginas
...daughter Tarpeia, dazzled by the golden bracelets of the Sabines, promised to betray the hill to them " if they would give her what they wore on their left arms." Her offer was accepted. In the night-time she opened a gate and let in the enemy, but when she claimed...
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The Child's First History of Rome

Elizabeth Missing Sewell - 1878 - 255 páginas
...Romans would not give their daughters back to them, they determined to declare war against them. 4. Both the Romans and the Sabines were very brave, and...them into the citadel. The Sabines very willingly ajfreed to this ; the tune was fixed, and all the arrangements were made. Tarpeia kept her promise,...
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