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" But the priests had closed the doors ; and in his haste he stumbled over a dead body and fell. As he was rising, one of his own colleagues struck him on the head with a stool ; another claimed the honour of repeating the blow; and before the statues of... "
A second Latin exercise book - Page 186
by John Barrow Allen - 1885 - 246 pages
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A History of Rome from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of ..., Volume 2

Henry George Liddell - Rome - 1855 - 576 pages
...he was rising, Satureius, one of his own colleagues, struck him on the head with a stool ; L. Rufus claimed the honour of repeating the blow ; and before...adherents were slain with him : many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian Rock, and were killed by their fall. Not less than three hundred lost...
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A history of Rome, to the establishment of the empire, Volume 2

Henry George Liddell - 1855
...he was rising, Satureius, one of his own colleagues, struck him on the head with a stool ; L. Rufus claimed the honour of repeating the blow ; and before...adherents were slain with him : many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian Rock, and were killed by their fall. Not less than three hundred lost...
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A history of Rome, to the establishment of the empire. (slightly abridged).

Henry George Liddell - 1857
...the Tribune lay dead. Many of his adherents were slain with him : many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian Rock, and were killed by...fewer than three hundred lost their lives in the fray. * Piso, the other Consul, was employed in extinguishing the Slave-war in Sicily.— Chapt. xlviii....
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A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the ...

Henry George Liddell - Rome - 1857 - 796 pages
...the Tribune lay dead. Many of his adherents were slain with him : many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian Rock, and were killed by their fall. Not fewer than three huudred lost their lives in the fray. Caius had just returned from Spain, and asked leave to bury his...
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A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the ...

Henry George Liddell - Rome - 1858 - 768 pages
...the Tribune lay dead. Many of his adherents were slain with him : many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian Rock, and were killed by...fewer than three hundred lost their lives in the fray. Cains had just returned from Spain, and asked leave to bury his brother's corpse. This was refused....
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Report of Her Majesty's Civil Service Commissioners: Together ..., Volume 22

1878
...statues of the old kings at the portico of the Temple the Tribune lay dead. Many of his adhérente were slain with him : many were forced over the edge...fewer than three hundred lost their lives in the fray. . GREEK. (OBLIGATORY.) Time allowed, 3 hours. Translate into English : Ka» TOI таЗе Xeyar «pe/Seo...
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Historical Tales: The Romance of Reality

Charles Morris - Electronic book - 1896 - 366 pages
...dead. Many of his supporters were slain before the tumult ceased. Many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian Rock, and were killed by their fall. Three hundred in all were slain in the fray. Thus was shed the first blood that flowed in civil strife...
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A Second Latin Exercise Book with Hints for Higher Latin Prose Composition

John Barrow Allen - Latin American Symposium on Theoretical Informatics - 1904 - 230 pages
...to Athens and publicly interred, and a bronze statue was erected to his memory. General, 1882. 02. In the midst of the uproar Gracchus raised his hand...their lives in the fray. Home Civil Service, 1880. 93. Cromwell, like so many other usurpers, felt his position too precarious, or his vanity ungratified,...
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The Historians' History of the World: The Roman republic

Henry Smith Williams - World History - 1904
...the tribune lay dead. Many of his adherents were slain with him ; many were forced over the wall at the edge of the Tarpeian rock, and were killed by...fewer than three hundred lost their lives in the fray. Caius had just returned from Spain,1 and asked leave to bury his brother's corpse. This was refused....
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 27

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1878
...over a dead body, and fell. As he was rising, one of his own colleagues struck him on the head with & stool ; another claimed the honour of repeating the...fewer than three hundred lost their lives in the fray. GREEK. (OBLIGATORY.) Time allowed, 3 hours. Translate into English : Kai roi T«8e Xeyac (paSeo rCov...
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