The Rise of Rome

Further reading

  • Dorey, TA, ed. (1971), Livy (London & Toronto: Routledge & K. Paul)  Missing or empty |title= (help).
  • Fotheringham, John Knight (1905), The Bodleian Manuscript of Jerome's Version of the Chronicles of Eusebius, Oxford: The Clarendon Press .
  • Hornblower, Simon; Spawforth, Antony, eds. (2003), The Oxford Classical Dictionary, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-860641-3 .
  • Kraus, CS; Woodman, AJ (2006), Latin Historians, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-922293-3 .
  • Syme, Ronald (1959). "Livy and Augustus". Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 64: 27–87. doi:10.2307/310937. JSTOR 310937.  Also in Badian, E, ed. (1979), Roman Papers (Oxford: Oxford University Press) I: 400–54  Missing or empty |title= (help).
  • Walsh, PG (1966), "5 Livy", in Dorey, Thomas Alan; Thompson, EA, Latin Historians, Studies in Latin Literature and its Influence, London: Routledge & K Paul, pp. 115–42 .

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