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" civil honours gradually ascended from the procurators of « the streets, and quarters of the city, to the tribunal of the « supreme magistrate , who , with the title of proconsul , « represented the state and dignity of a consul of ancient « Rome.... "
The Family Library (Harper). - Page 227
1842
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, Volume 6

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1806
...manufactures, the arms, and the treasures of the six provinces. A regular subordination of civil honours, gradually ascended from the procurators of the streets...education of the African youth ; and the liberal arts and man T ners, grammar, rhetoric, and philosophy, were publicly taught in the Greek and Latin languages....
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1831
...manufactures, the arms, and the treasures of the six provinces. A regular subordination of civil honours gradually ascended from the procurators of the streets and quarters of the cily, to the tribunal of the supreme magistrate, who, with the title of proconsul, represented the...
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Oeuvres de Salvien, Volume 2

Salvian (of Marseilles), J. F. Grégoire, François-Zénon Collombet - 1833
..., the arms , and the « treasures of the six provinces. A regular subordination of « civil honours gradually ascended from the procurators of « the...Rome. Schools and gymnasia were instituted for the edu« cation of the African youth ; and the liberal arts and « manners , grammar , rhetoric , and...
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Œuvres de Salvien: traduction nouvelle, avec le texte en regarde, Volume 2

Salvian (of Marseilles), J. F. Grégoire, François-Zénon Collombet - Theology - 1833
..., the arms , and the « treasures of the six provinces. A regular subordination of « civil honours gradually ascended from the procurators of « the...Rome. Schools and gymnasia were instituted for the edu« cation of the African youth ; and the liberal arts and « manners , grammar , rhetoric , and...
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1837 - 343 pages
...manufactures, the arms, and the treasuries of the six provinces A regular subordination of civil honours gradually ascended, from the procurators of the streets...of a consul of ancient Rome. Schools and gymnasia wera instituted for the education of the African youth ; and the liberal arts and manners, grammar,...
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The shores and islands of the Mediterranean, drawn by sir G. Temple, bart ...

George Newenham Wright - 1840
...manufactures of six provinces were concentrated here, where they kept their arms and their treasures also ; schools and gymnasia were instituted for the education of the African youth: and grammar, rhetoric, philosophy, languages, and the liberal arts, publicly taught in both the Greek and...
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The shores and islands of the Mediterranean

Sir Grenville Temple, George Newenham Wright, James Allen, William Leighton Leitch - Travel - 1840 - 156 pages
...manufactures of six provinces were concentrated here, where they kept their arms and their treasures also ; schools and gymnasia were instituted for the education of the African youth : and grammar, rhetoric, philosophy, languages, and the liberal arts, publicly taught in both the Greek and...
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1842 - 343 pages
...manufactures, the arms, and the treasuries of the six provinces. A regular subordination of civil hc;;o its gradually ascended, from the procurators of the streets...title of proconsul, represented the state and dignity cf a consul of ancient Rome. Schools and gymnasia were instituted for the education of the African...
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Belgium, The Rhine, Italy, Greece, and the Mediterranean

George Newenham Wright, Thomas Higham, Leicester Buckingham, Thomas Allom, Sir Grenville Temple, James Pattison Cockburn, James Allen - History - 1851
...manufactures of six provinces were concentrated here, where they kept their arms and their treasures also; schools and gymnasia were instituted for the education of the African youth : and grammar, rhetoric, philosophy, languages, and the liberal arts, publicly taught in both the Greek and...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon, Henry Hart Milman - Byzantine Empire - 1852
...manufactures, the arms, and the treasures of the six provinces. A regular subordination of civil honors gradually ascended from the procurators of the streets...tribunal of the supreme magistrate, who, with the title pf proconsul, represented the state and dignity of a consul of ancient Rome. Schools and gymnasia were...
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