eBook Hercules In Bivio E Prodici Fabula Et Monumentis Priscae Artis Illustratus (1829) (Latin Edition) download
by Carolus Augustus Bottiger
Author: Carolus Augustus Bottiger
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (April 18, 2010)
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Hercules (Roman mythology). Includes bibliographical references.
Hercules (Roman mythology). Lipsiae : Caroli Tauchnitii.
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Hercules in Bivio e prodici fabula et monumentis priscae artis illustratus, Carolus Augustus Boettigerus. Creator: Böttinger, Karl August, 1760-1835. Hercules (Roman mythology).
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Lipsiae : Caroli Tauchnitii, 1829 . Subject: Hercules (Roman mythology).
Author : Carolus Augustus Bottiger. Publisher : Kessinger Publishing. R. 21 on ( Rs. s may apply Shipping Charges) R. 00 kart (Shipping charges may apply).
ISBN13: 9781162511191. Release Date: May 2010.
Augustus himself, in his Memoirs, simply says that he came of an old and wealthy equestrian family, his own father . Mark Antony it was again, who tried to belittle Augustus’ maternal ancestors, claiming the great-grandfather was born in Africa, and kept a perfumery and then a bakery in Aricia.
Augustus himself, in his Memoirs, simply says that he came of an old and wealthy equestrian family, his own father being the first member of the family to enter the Senate. Mark Antony poked fun at the great-grandfather, claiming that he was merely a freedman, a rope-maker from the neighbourhood of Thurii, while the grandfather was a money-changer.
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