By S. P. Oakley
Professor Oakley's exposition of Books VI-X, bargains comprehensively with all elements of Livy's paintings, together with the literary constitution of his narrative, the ancient and topographical difficulties of the Samnite Wars, the poetical and archaic language occasionally laid low with Livy, and the various textual problems
posed by means of the extant manuscripts. an intensive portion of addenda and corrigenda comprises revisions to the previous volumes.
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A Commentary on Livy, Books VI-X: Volume IV: Book X: 4 by S. P. Oakley