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POLLIO , GAIUS ASINIUS ( 76 B . C . - A . D . 5 ; according to some , 75 B . C . - A
. D . 4 ) , Roman orator , poet and historian . In 54 , he ... From the spoils of the (
9100m de MAENS war he constructed the first public library at Rome . in the 255 .
The chief baron ' s fourth son , Sir Charles Edward Pollock 1910 . first Roman
author who recited his writings to an ... a practice which afterwards became
common at Rome . became a judge , being the last survivor of the old barons of
the The ...
It protected him from better and cleaner appearance is kept during winter in a
cold interference , opened to him , the highest circles of Roman society , well -
aired frame . and enabled him to acquire a personal influence with the leading
For the ...
He thus aims at placing before his He closely studied the bronze tablets in Rome
on which were in . readers at each stage a complete survey of the field of action
from scribed the early treaties concluded between Romans and Cartha . Spain to
... paid a visit to Rome almost immediately be easily set aside . In spite therefore
of much modern criticism before . Irenaeus tells us that in early life Polycarp " had
been there seems to be no solid reason for rejecting the statements of taught by ...
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