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" Constantinople ; but his liberality, however it might excite the applause of the people, has incurred the censure of posterity. A nation of legislators and conquerors might assert their claim to the harvests of Africa, which had been purchased with their... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Side 146
av Edward Gibbon - 1901
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The Historians' History of the World: The early Roman empire

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...Caesars was in some measure imitated by the founder of Constantinople ; but his liberality, however it might excite the applause of the people, has incurred...nation of legislators and conquerors might assert its claim to the harvest of Africa, which had been purchased with its blood ; and it was artfully contrived...
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The Great Events by Famous Historians: A.D. 13-409

Charles Francis Horne - 1905 - 440 sider
...Caesars was in some measure imitated by the founder of Constantinople ; but his liberality, however it might excite the applause of the people, has incurred...Constantine could not be excused by any consideration either of public or private interest ; and the annual tribute of corn imposed upon Egypt for the benefit of...
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The Works of Edward Gibbon, Volum 3

Edward Gibbon - 1906
...imposed upon private property. imitated by the founder of Constantinople :5* but his liberality, however it might excite the applause of the people, has incurred...Constantine could not be excused by any consideration either of public or private interest ; and the annual tribute of corn imposed upon Egypt for the benefit of...
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The Historians' History of the World, Volum 6

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...legislators and conquerors might assert its claim to the harvest of Africa, which had been purchased with its blood ; and it was artfully contrived by Augustus...lose the memory of freedom. But the prodigality of Constantino could not be excused by any consideration either of public or private interest ; and the...
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Robespierre and the French Revolution

Charles Franklin Warwick - 1909 - 407 sider
...assumed the purple and usurped the power of the republic, " he artfully contrived," says Gibbon, " that in the enjoyment of plenty the Romans should lose the memory of freedom." The conditions in France were the same as they had been, at one time, in Rome. " I see," said Catiline...
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Socialism: Critical and Constructive

James Ramsay MacDonald - 1921 - 287 sider
...days of Rome to keep the Romans off politics. " It was artfully contrived by Augustus," says Gibbon, " that, in the enjoyment of plenty, the Romans should lose the memory of freedom." Some of the employers responsible for these undertakings have the most irreproachable intentions, others...
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Calendar

University of St. Andrews - 1897
...Crosars was in some measure imitated by the founder of Constantinople ; but his liberality, however it might excite the applause of the people, has incurred...that, in the enjoyment of plenty, the Romans should forget the memory of freedom. But the prodigality of Constantino could not be excused by any consideration...
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