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    The Defeat Of Rome In The East by Gareth C. Sampson


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    The age of the Late Roman Republic is stained with the reputation of conquest. To the casual observer SPQR expands relentlessly at the sharp edge of a sword as the Roman military machine tramples or sweeps aside anyone who opposes their ambition. That concept of military glory is difficult for us to set aside. There is a struggle to be objective about this era because many of us dearly want those images to be true. Yet the truth, largely forgotten or conveniently ignored, is that the much vaunted Roman legions lost battles almost as often as anyone else...

     

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