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" Accordingly an embassy was dispatched to offer an exchange of prisoners and to propose terms on which a peace might be concluded. Regulus (according to the well-known story) accompanied this embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes... "
A second Latin exercise book - Page 173
by John Barrow Allen - 1885 - 246 pages
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A History of Rome from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of ..., Volume 1

Henry George Liddell - Rome - 1855
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail. When he arrived at Rome he refused to enter the walls and take his...senator. Then the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer with him in presence of the ambassadors, and the counsel which he gave confirmed the...
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A history of Rome, to the establishment of the empire, Volume 1

Henry George Liddell - 1855
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail When he arrived at Rome he refused to enter the walls and take his...senator. Then the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer with him in presence of the ambassadors, and the counsel which he gave confirmed the...
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A history of Rome, to the establishment of the empire. (slightly abridged).

Henry George Liddell - 1857
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail. When he arrived at Rome he refused to enter the walls and take his...senator. Then the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer with him in presence of the ambassadors, and the counsel which he gave confirmed the...
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A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the ...

Henry George Liddell - Rome - 1857 - 796 pages
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail. When he arrived at Rome he refused to enter the walls and take his...Senate, as being no longer a citizen or a senator. Thon the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer with him in the presence of the ambassadors,...
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A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the ...

Henry George Liddell - Rome - 1858 - 768 pages
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail. When he arrived at Rome he refused to enter the walls and take his...senator. Then the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer with him in the presence of the ambassadors, and the counsel which he gave confirmed...
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Responsions

University of Oxford - Education, Higher - 1863
...prisoners, and to propose terms on which a peace might be concluded. Regulus (according to the well known story) accompanied this embassy, under promise to...gave confirmed the wavering minds of the fathers. II. Grammar. 1. Give the future aorist and perfect in use of \ap!3av<a, <riretp<o, rpetjita, rpiy<o,...
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Dublin examination papers

Dublin city, univ - 1866
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail. When he arrived at Rome, he refused to enter the walls and take his...senator. Then the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer with him in presence of the ambassadors, and the counsel which he gave confirmed the...
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A History of Rome, from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the ...

Henry George Liddell - 1870
...embassy, under promise to return to Carthage if the purposes of the embassy should fail. When he arrived at Rome he refused to enter the walls and take his place in the Senate, Ss being no longer a citizen or a senator. Then the Senate sent certain of their own number to confer...
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Special exercises for Latin prose at Oxford responsions, passages set in ...

Oxford univ, exam. papers, responsions - 1880
...prisoners, and to propose terms on which a peace might be concluded. Regulus (according to the well known story) accompanied this embassy, under promise to...gave confirmed the wavering minds of the fathers. — T. '80. -*~ ...
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Easy Passages for Translation Into Latin

J. Y. Sargent - Latin language - 1889 - 169 pages
...Carthage if the purposes of the embassy i should fail. On his arrival at Rome, he refused to enter I the walls, and take his place in the Senate, as being...longer a citizen or a senator. Then the Senate sent j certain of their own body to confer with him in_rjresence ' of the ambassadors, and the counsel which...
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