Thesaurus / romans
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Crossing the river Lykus into the plain, Mithridates offered the Romans battle.
PLUTARCH'S LIVES, VOLUME IIAUBREY STEWART & GEORGE LONG
Apart from theatrical representations and gladiatorial combats, the Romans had an inordinate passion for chariot races.
ARCHITECTURETHOMAS ROGER SMITH
Later in the year, the mutinous spirit having been quelled, a counter-expedition was made by the Romans into Arzanene.
The news of the Pope's barbarous revenge drove the Romans to madness.
A HISTORY OF GERMANYBAYARD TAYLOR
In all these points, they rather conceded the pre-eminence to the ancient heathens, the Greeks and Romans.
THE ESSENCE OF CHRISTIANITYLUDWIG FEUERBACH
The Romans regarded the Etruscans as exceptionally skillful in such matters.
SELECTIONS FROM VIRI ROMAECHARLES FRANOIS L'HOMOND
The Romans, when investing towns, always accepted offers of capitulation, if made before the battering ram had touched the walls.
THE RIGHTS OF WAR AND PEACEHUGO GROTIUS
Other nations have been treated in the same manner the Romans were.
Centuries earlier it was more important still, for, according to some authorities, it was the Portus Adurni of the Romans.
HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS IN SUSSEXE.V. LUCAS
And when writing to the Romans he shows how the Gentiles are a law unto themselves.
THE SEVENTH DAY SABBATH, A PERPETUAL SIGNJOSEPH BATES