The order of things established by the Romans in...
Theodor Mommsen Quotes
The order of things established by the Romans in Libya rested in substance on a balance of power between the Nomad kingdom of Massinissa and the city of Carthage.
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Born: 30 Nov 1817
Carter G. Woodson
Daniel J. Boorstin
Alexis de Tocqueville
Balance Of Power
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