Outside the Empire
Classical Wisdom Litterae, February 2017
Whenever one thinks of the Roman Empire, they immediately imagine the eponymous city, with its grand Colosseum and marbled arches. They conjure both the brave and the assiduous generals, emperors and bureaucratic busybodies alike. They see the temples and the extensive and impressive infrastructure.
But all of this glory was built and made possible in pa…
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