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Statementauthorized translation of the seventh enlarged and revised edition of the Sittengeschichte Roms by Leonard A. Magnus.
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Ludwig Henrich Friedlaender (J Königsberg – Decem Straßburg, German Empire) was a German philologist. He was one of the preeminent scholars of Ancient Rome of his time and is known for his research on Roman daily life and customs.

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By Leonard A. Magnus, LL.B. 8vo. London: George Routledge & Sons, Limited. xxviii, - Volume 23 Issue 6 - F. The Common Man’s Life under the Early Roman Empire B EFORE we tell of how this Roman empire which was built up in the two centuries B.C., and which flourished in peace and security from the days of Augustus Cæsar onward for two centuries, fell into disorder and was broken up, it may be as well to devote some attention to the life of the.

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