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What a fascinating read this was. Thank you!!

I personally agree with Livy and your assessment. Rome would have won. Alexander was a brilliant commander and tactician, but Rome, as you said, pushed relentlessly until they were where they wanted to be.

Thanks again,

Best,
Aneth



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Alexander and Rome 939 Aneth 03-Sep-14 17:40
Re: Alexander and Rome 369 Nolondil 03-Sep-14 18:10
Re: Alexander and Rome 302 Aneth 03-Sep-14 18:44
Re: Alexander and Rome 259 Eddie Larry 04-Sep-14 02:26
Re: Alexander and Rome 336 s-d.adrain 04-Sep-14 08:36
Re: Alexander and Rome 292 Eddie Larry 05-Sep-14 03:15
Re: Alexander and Rome 284 Aneth 04-Sep-14 17:57
Re: Alexander and Rome 338 Eddie Larry 05-Sep-14 00:15
Re: Alexander and Rome 279 Aneth 05-Sep-14 16:03
Re: Alexander and Rome 292 s-d.adrain 08-Sep-14 06:38
Alexander was actually 32 when he died. 250 ananda 13-Sep-14 13:22
Re: Alexander was actually 32 when he died. 355 Spiros 16-Sep-14 01:45
Richard III was 32 when he died 314 Eddie Larry 17-Sep-14 02:58
Re: Richard III was 32 when he died 575 Brian Patterson 18-Sep-14 04:26
Re: Alexander and Rome 373 Skatha 08-Sep-14 17:37
Re: Alexander and Rome 331 Titus Livius 09-Sep-14 16:25


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