- LIVIUS, TITUS (LIVY)
- illustrious Roman historian, born at Patavium (Padua); appears to have settled early in Rome and spent the most of his life there; his reputation rests on his "History of Rome from the Foundation of the City to the Death of Drusus," it consisted of 142 chapters, but of these only 30 remain entire and 5 in fragments, bequeathing to posterity his account of the early history of the city and of the wars with Hannibal (59-17 B.C.).
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. James Wood. 1907.
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Livius — Titus Livius (* wohl 59 v. Chr. in Patavium, dem heutigen Padua; † um 17 n. Chr. ebenda) war ein römischer Geschichtsschreiber zur Zeit des Augustus. Bei Quellenangaben wird sein Geschichtswerk mit der Angabe Liv. zitiert. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1… … Deutsch Wikipedia
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