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by Robert Payne

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Author:
Robert Payne
ISBN13:
978-1566191302
ISBN:
1566191300
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Barnes & Noble Inc; New edition edition (June 1994)
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Ancient Civilizations
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1911 kb
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The voice of the slave was the voice of humanity,never so desperate as when it passed unheard.

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Here's how Rome celebrated. The number of triumphs was certainly unusual, but Pompey’s victories had unusual qualities. Julius Caesar received an unprecedented four triumphs, city-wide parties that were the highest honor a military commander could receive. Like many of Rome’s traditions, this connection with its mythical past helped consolidate and sanctify its institutions. The origins of the procession were probably rooted in a religious festival meant to bring about plentiful harvests.

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Pierre Stephen Robert Payne, The Corrupt Society - From Ancient Greece To Present-Day America (1975), The Roman Triumph, p. 121. Pierre Stephen Robert Payne. This Empire continued in its greatness till the reign of Theodosius the great; and then brake into ten kingdoms, represented by the ten horns of this Beast; and continued in a broken form, till the Ancient of days sat in a throne like fiery flame, and the judgment was set, and the books were opened, and the Beast was slain and his body.