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— And believe me, every citizen of Rome had a personal explanation of why the gods abandoned Rome.
— Some were drunk. Some were on their way to getting drunk. And some were not nearly drunk enough.
— His symbols were the plow and the toga, instead of the sword and the fasces.
— Word of what Cinncinatus did to the Senate spread like wildfire through the streets of Rome.
— No Plebeian citizen was allowed to marry a Patrician in Rome.
—”We can compare the social classes of Rome to a human body”
— “I have five daughters,” said the giant.
— The Romans gave him as much land as he could circle in one day with an ox and a plow, and they’d also give him a cow.