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" Samnito, were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in the accounts regarding him which may not be justified in the circumstances, and according to the international law, of the times ; and all agree in this, that he combined in rare perfection... "
The History of Rome - Página 117
por Theodor Mommsen - 1870
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The history of Rome, tr. by W.P. Dickson. [With] Index, Volumen2

Theodor Mommsen - 1862
...refutation, and some things which his lieutenants, particularly Hannibal Monomachus and Mago the Samnite, were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in...which may not be justified in the circumstances, and by the international law, of the times ; and all agree in this, that he combined in rare perfection...
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The New Englander

1870
...asidn wretched inventions which furnish their own refutation, and somt things which his lieutenants were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in...perfection discretion and enthusiasm, caution and encrfy. He was peculiarly marked hy that inventive craftiness, which forms one 01 the leading traits...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volumen29

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1870
...aside wretched inventions which furnish their own refutation, and some things which his lieutenants were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in...this, that he combined in rare perfection discretion acd enthusiasm, caution and energy. He was peculiarly marked by that inventive craftiness, which forms...
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Cato major de senectute: Laelius de amicitia

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1872
...Punic war. Ciudelissimus hostis. Laying aside wretched inventions which furnish their own refutation, nothing occurs in the accounts regarding him which...and according to the international law of the times. Mom. 7. Quod scrips!, etc. Cf. Cic. Tnsc. Disp. I. 42, 101. Sed quid duces et principee nominem, qmMi...
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The twenty-first book of Livy, with notes by T. Nash

Titus Livius - 1874
...barbarity as C. Claudius Nero, who threw H.'s brother Hasdrubal's head into his camp. Perfidia.] ' Nothing occurs in the accounts regarding him which may not be justified by the circumstances and by the international law of the times.' (Mommsen, ii. 95.) Metus.] The proper...
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The History of Rome: Translated with the Author's Sanction and ..., Volumen2

Theodor Mommsen - 1877
...refutation, and some things which his lieutenants, particularly Hannibal Monomachus and Mago the Samnite, were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in...which may not be justified in the circumstances, and by the international law, of the times ; and all agree in this. that he combined in rare perfection...
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De Officiis, Libro 3

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1879 - 191 páginas
...wretched inventions, which furnish their own refutation, nothing occurs in the accounts regarding Hannibal which may not be justified in the circumstances and...according to the international law of the times." 13. Ilia praeolara, quoted from the 6th Book of the Annals of Ennius, who represents Pyrrhus as replying...
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The History of Rome, Volumen2

Theodor Mommsen, William Purdie Dickson - 1885
...refutation, and some things which his lieutenants, particularly Hannibal Monomachus and Mago the Samnite, were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in...justified in the circumstances, and according to the inter national law, of the times ; and all agree in this, that hi combined in rare perfection discretion...
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The hundred greatest men: portraits, reprod. from steel engravings

Hundred greatest men - 1885
...refutation, and some things which his lieutenants, particularly Hannibal Monomachu» and Mago the Samnite, were guilty of doing in his name, nothing occurs in...which may not be justified in the circumstances, and by the international law of the times ; and all agree in this, that he combined in rare perfection...
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The twenty-first book of Livy. With explanatory and grammatical notes and a ...

Livy - 1887 - 141 páginas
...barbarity as C. Claudius Nero, who threw H.'s brother Hasdrubal's head into his camp. Perfidia.] ' Nothing occurs in the accounts regarding him which may not be justified by the circumstances and by the international law of the times.' (Mommsen, ii. 95.) Metus.] The proper...
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