Abridgement of Roman History.
translated, with notes, by the Rev. John Selby
London: Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Convent Garden (1853).
[ INTRODUCTION ]
|Table of contents|
|I||The monarchy and early republic to the Gallic sack of Rome||1|
|II||Conquest of Italy; Pyrrhic War; First Punic War||2|
|III||Second Punic War||3|
|IV||Wars in Spain, Africa, and the East|
|V||Social War; Marius & Sulla||5|
|VI||Caesar & Pompey||6|
|VII||Antony & Octavian; the early empire to the death of Domitian||7|
|VIII||The five good emperors and the Severans||8|
|IX||Barracks emperors; Diocletian's reforms||9|
|X||Constantine and his successors through the death of Jovian (364 CE)||10|