Roman History 241 BC to 146 BC Notes
The author of these notes achieved a First and an Exhibition during his time at Oxford. This collection includes essays on the following subjects (1) Early Treaties between Rome and Carthage (2) Rome and Illyria (3) The Second Punic War (4) The Roman Constitution (5) The Life and Historiography of Polybius (6) The Achaean and Aetolian Confederacies (7) The First and Second Macedonian Wars (8) The Syrian War (9) The Third Macedonian War (10) The Hellenisation of Rome. It also contains notes on (1) Carthage and Corinth and (2) Roman Italy.
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