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" Minor dares not to introduce the formation of poor-clubs and of voluntary fire-brigades, such as everywhere existed in the west, because the spirit of faction here at once takes possession of every association. The calm sea easily becomes a swamp, and... "
The Provinces of the Roman Empire from Caesar to Diocletian - Page 387
by Theodor Mommsen - 1887
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A Historical Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians

Sir William Mitchell Ramsay - Bible - 1899 - 478 pages
...Tarsos ; and in Galatia we may be sure that Iconium vied with Antioch. See p. 118 f. As Mommsen says, " the spirit of faction here at once takes possession of every association " ; and again, " the urban rivalries belong to the general character of Hellenic politics, but especially...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1899
...vied with Tarsos ; and in Galatia we may be sure that Iconium vied with Antioch.1 As Mommsen says, " the spirit of faction here at once takes possession of every association " ; and again, " the urban rivalries belong to the general character of Hellenic politics, but especially...
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The provinces of the Roman empire from Caesar to Diocletian, Volume 1

Theodor Mommsen, William Purdie Dickson - History - 1906
...its divisions ; rivalries exist, as between town and town (p. 356), CHAP. VIII.l Asia Minor. 387 so in every town between the several circles and the...was one of the richest domains of the great Roman state. Doubtless the misgovernment of the republic, the disasters of the Mithradatic time thereby produced,...
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The Provinces of the Roman Empire: From Caesar to Diocletian, Volume 1

Theodor Mommsen, William Purdie Dickson, Francis Haverfield - History - 1886 - 384 pages
...government in Asia Minor dares not to introduce the formation of poor-clubs and of voluntary fire-brigades, such as everywhere existed in the west, because the...Minor, especially in its anterior portion, was one of Prosperity, the richest domains of the great Roman state. It is true that the misgovernment of the...
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