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IV. The Revolution

From: The History of Rome, by Theodor Mommsen
Translated with the sanction of the author by William Purdie Dickson

The History of Old Rome

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Contents of BOOK IV: The Revolution  

CHAPTER I. The Subject Countries Down to the Times of the Gracchi  

II. The Reform Movement and Tiberius Gracchus  

III. The Revolution and Gaius Gracchus  

IV. The Rule of the Restoration  

V. The Peoples of the North  

VI. The Attempt of Marius at Revolution and the Attempt of Drusus at Reform  

VII. The Revolt of the Italian Subjects, and the Sulpician Revolution  

VIII. The East and King Mithradates  

IX. Cinna and Sulla  

X. The Sullan Constitution  

XI. The Commonwealth and Its Economy  

XII. Nationality, Religion, and Education  

XIII. Literature and Art

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