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" Capitol may well have trembled in every limb on that day, and have drooped her wings, as if forever ; but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived ;... "
Selections from the First Five Books of [his] Roman History, with the Twenty ... - Page 348
by Livy - 1873
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The Four Prophetic Empires and the Kingdom of the Messiah: Being an ...

Thomas Rawson Birks - Bible - 1844 - 466 pages
...from Spain, or Sicily, or Sardinia.' ' If panic for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...power, created, as is the law of our nature, the power it required. . . . ' The principal object of our interest, is the one rock, now islanded by the waters,...
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History of Rome: From the end of the first to the end of the second Punic ...

Thomas Arnold - Rome - 1845 - 524 pages
...ever. But Hannibal came not; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived;...the law of our nature, the power which it required. > Livy, XXII. 51. CHAPTER XLIV. PROGRESS OF THE WAR IN ITALY AFTER THE BATTLE OF CANN.E. REVOLT OF...
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Selections from the First Five Books: Together with the Twenty-first and ...

Livy - 1848 - 378 pages
...forever ; but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...the power which it required." — Arnold, 2, p. 316. Сн. LIL— 8. Brachio flumlui objecto. This is the order of the Jg5 words in all the MSS. ; but in...
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Southern Quarterly Review, Volume 13

Daniel Kimball Whitaker, Milton Clapp, William Gilmore Simms, James Henley Thornwell - 1848 - 566 pages
...— but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...the law of our nature, the power which it required." * * *• * * * * " Thus the first moments of panic, passed ; and Varro's despatches arrived, informing...
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Selections from the First Five Books, Together with the Twenty-first and ...

Livy - 1850 - 354 pages
...forever ; but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived;...the power which it required." — Arnold, 2, p. 316. Cн. LII. — 8. BrachIe flumlui objecto. This is the order of the J5 words in all the MSS. ; but...
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Selections from the First Five Books: Together with the Twenty-first and ...

Livy - 1857 - 364 pages
...forever ; but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived;...will, striving beyond its present power, created, ai is the law of our nature, the power which it required." — Arnold, 2, p. 316. Сн. LII. — 8....
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Selections from the First Five Books of Livy's Roman History, with the ...

Livy - 1871 - 396 pages
...forever ; but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...the power which it required." — Arnold, 2, p. 316. LII. Surrender and ransom of the Romans in the smaller camp. — The plunder of the larger one, after...
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The Advanced Book of Reading Lessons: Forming a Supplement to the Fourth and ...

Ontario. Council of Public Instruction - English language - 1871 - 506 pages
...forever, but Hannibal came not; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...nature, the power which it required. > —ARNOLD. tfy ^-":.'..r..: THE ANTONINES. (AD 138—180.) THE two Antonines governed the Eoman world forty-two...
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Extracts from Livy, with notes by H. Lee-Warner, Part 2

Titus Livius - 1873 - 90 pages
...at once. ' But he came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...the law of our nature, the power which it required.' BOOKS PRINTED AT THE CLARENDON PRESS, OXFORD, AND PUBLISHED FOR THE UNIVERSITY BY MACMILXiAN AMD CO.,...
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Selections from the First Five Books of Livy's Roman History: With the ...

Livy - 1876 - 402 pages
...forever; but Hannibal came not ; and if panic had for one moment unnerved the iron courage of the Roman aristocracy, on the next their inborn spirit revived...the power which it required." — Arnold, 2, p. 316. Lu. Surrender and ransom of the Romans in the smaller camp. — The plunder of the larger one, after...
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