Ab Urbe Condita, Kniha 6
Book VI of Livy's history of Rome covers the period from 390 to 367 BC, a period during which the city, while recovering from being sacked by the Gauls, faced serious civil disturbance, the resolution of which fundamentally changed the structure of Roman society. This edition considers the historical text from a literary and historiographical perspective. The Commentary contains a detailed analysis of Livy's narrative style and structure, while the Introduction situates his work in the ancient historiographical tradition.
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