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" ... This made the people say, " Publius wants to become a king, and is building a house in a strong place, as if for a citadel where he may live with his guards, and oppress us." But he called the people together, and when he went down to them, the lictors... "
A second Latin exercise book - Page 177
by John Barrow Allen - 1885 - 246 pages
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History of Rome: Early history to the burning of Rome by the Gauls

Thomas Arnold - Punic wars - 1845
...together, and when he went down to them, the lictors who walked before him lowered the rods and the axes which they bore, to show that he owned the people...And he called on them to make a law ", that whoever should try to make himself king should be accursed, and whosoever would might slay him. Also, that...
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History of Rome: Early history to the burning of Rome by the Gauls

Thomas Arnold - Rome - 1857
...together, and when he went down to them, the lictors who walked before him lowered the rods and the axes which they bore, to show that he owned the people...hill Velia, but at the bottom of it, and his house 50 Uno plus Etruscorum cecidisse 52 It is the rising ground just in acie; vincere bello Romanum. under...
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The Historians' History of the World: The Roman republic

Henry Smith Williams - World History - 1904
...together, and when he went down to them, the lictors who walked before him lowered the rods and the axes which they bore, to show that he owned the people...And he called on them to make a law, that whoever should try to make himself king should be accursed, and whosoever would might slay him. Also, that...
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Responsions Papers in Stated Subjects (exclusive of Books), 1901-1906: With ...

Charles Abdy Marcon - 1907 - 152 pages
...mother and said, ' Mother, thou hast saved Rome, but thou hast lost thy son.' VI. HILAEY TEBM, 1903. When Brutus was dead, Publius ruled over the people...mistrusted him, and he said that he would not build hie house on the top of the hill Velia, but at the bottom of it, and his house should be no stronghold....
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