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" ... senate-house ; the king, whose adherents had fled, rose sorely bruised and slowly moved toward home ; but at the foot of the Esquiline (on which he resided) he was overtaken and slain by those sent after him by the usurper. Tullia, regardless of female... "
History of Rome [by H. Malden]. - Σελίδα 23
των Henry Malden - 1830
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