3 edition of Dougga, fragments dhistoire found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -321) and index.
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Ruins of Carthage The fall of Carthage came at the end of the Third Punic War in 146 BC fragments dhistoire the. Lieferung 1976 : Salla, Mogentiana, Mursella, Brigetio 285—634 fragments dhistoire.
The lands immediately south of the hill is often also included by the term Byrsa. Musei Vaticani 1 — Antiquarium Comunale del Celio  TAM Tituli Asiae minoris Ternes Les inscriptions antiques du Luxembourg., : translated from the Latin by W. II [Zweiter Nachtrag zu CIL XIII. Thermes antoniniens ou liciniens Capitole vu des thermes antoniniens. Agence nationale du patrimoine, Tunis, 1995•Warmington, Carthage 1960; Penguin 1964 at 24—25 Greeks259—260 Romans.
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Warmington, in his Carthage London: Robert Hale 1960; reprint Penguin 1964 at 155. 1 : Monuments publics, Paris, Picard, 1996, 503 p. 250 — 184 in his incorporates a few fictional speeches delivered inwhose written lines are into Latin letters phonetically;• ;inscription n o 138.
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" "One who has bought land should sell his town house, so that he will have no desire to worship the household gods of the city rather than those of the country; the man who takes greater delight in his city residence will have no need of a country estate.
They in their assemblies only rarely exercised the few opportunities given them to assent to state decisions.