The Rise of Rome

Notes

  1. ^ Foster 1874, p. xii, citing Suetonius, Claudius, xli.
  2. ^ a b Livy 1998, p. ix.
  3. ^ Aubrey de Sélincourt, translator (1978). Livy: The History of Early Rome. The Easton Press. Norwalk Connecticut: Collector’s Edition. pp. viii. 
  4. ^ Livy 1998, ix–x.
  5. ^ a b Livy 1998, x.
  6. ^ Payne, Robert (1962), The Roman Triumph, London: Robert Hale, p. 38 .
  7. ^ Dudley, Donald R (1970), The Romans: 850 BC – AD 337, New York: Alfred A Knopf, p. 19 .
  8. ^ Feldherr, Andrew (1998), Spectacle and Society in Livy’s History, London: University of California Press, p. ix .
  9. ^ Heichelheim, Fritz Moritz (1962), A History of the Roman People, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, p. 47 .
  10. ^ Livy 1998, xi.
  11. ^ Seneca the Younger. "Letter 100, 9". Moral Letters to Lucilius. ...for Livy wrote both dialogues (which should be ranked as history no less than as philosophy), and works which professedly deal with philosophy.  (...scripsit enim et dialogos, quos non magis philosophiae adnumerare possis quam historiae, et ex professo philosophiam continentis libros)
  12. ^ Pliny the Younger, Epistles, II.3.
  13. ^ Annales IV.34.
  14. ^ a b Foster 1874, p. xxiv.
  15. ^ Harrison, John Baugham; Sullivan, Richard Eugene (1971). A short history of Western civilization (3 ed.). Knopf. p. 198. ISBN 0-394-31057-8. 
  16. ^ a b "St. Jerome (Hieronymus): Chronological Tables — for Olympiads 170 to 203 [= 100 BC – 36 AD]". Attalus. Retrieved 14 August 2009. 
  17. ^ Livy & Kraus 1994, p. 1, citing several articles by Syme.
  18. ^ Fotheringham 1905, p. 1.
  19. ^ Livius, Titus (1881). Seeley, John Robert, ed. Livy. Book 1. Oxford: Clarendon Press. p. 1. ISBN 0-86292-296-8. 

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