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" a thing evident of itself. The Romans once conquered, there is neither Greek nor barbarian city that will resist us, but we shall presently be masters of all Italy, the extent and resources and strength of which any one should rather profess to be ignorant... "
Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men: Corrected from the Greek and Revised - الصفحة 282
بواسطة Plutarch, Arthur Hugh Clough - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 787
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...once conquered,— no city will resist us ; we shall (hen be masters of all Italy.' Cineas added, " And having subdued Italy, what shall we do next ?" Pyrrhus, not yet aware of his intention, replied, " Sicily next stretches out her arms to receive us.' " That is very...

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...Romans once conquered, no city will resist us ; we shall then be masters of all Italy." Cineas added, " And having subdued Italy, what shall we do next?" Pyrrhus, not yet aware of his intentions, replied, " Sicily next stretches out her arms to receive us." " That is very...

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...victory ? " " You ask," said Pyrrhus, " a thing evident of itself. The Romans once conquered, there is neither Greek nor barbarian city that will resist...shall we do next?" Pyrrhus not yet discovering his intention, " Sicily," he replied, " next holds out her arms to receive us, a wealthy and populous island,...

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...Romans once conquered, no city will resist us ; we shall then be masters of all Italy." Cineas added, " And having subdued Italy, what shall we do next ? " Pyrrhus, not yet aware of his intentions, replied, " Sicily next stretches out her arms to receive us." " That is very...

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...Romans once conquered, no city will resist us; we shall then be masters of all Italy." Cineas added, " And having subdued Italy, what shall we do next?" Pyrrhus, not yet aware of his intentions, replied, " Sicily next stretches out her arms to receive us." '• That is...

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...victory?" " You ask," said Pyrfhus, " a thing evident of itself. The Romans once crnqtiered, there is neither Greek nor barbarian city that will resist us, but we shall presently be rmmlera of all Italy, the extent and resources and strength of which any one should rather profess...

Plutarch's Lives: The Translation Called Drydens's, المجلد 3

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...victory ? " " You ask," said Pyrrhus, "a thing evident of itself. The Romans once conquered, there is neither Greek nor barbarian city that will resist...shall we do next?" Pyrrhus not yet discovering his intention, " Sicily," he replied, " next holds out her arms to receive us, a wealthy and populous island,...

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...our victory? " " You ask," said Pyrrhus, "a thing evident of itself. The Romans once conquered, there is neither Greek nor barbarian city that will resist...subdued Italy, what shall we do next? " Pyrrhus not y<-t discovering his intention, " Sicily," he replied, " next holds out her arms to receive us, a wealthy...




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