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Commercialism and Roman Territorial Expansion
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Notes and References
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1This reference contains 2 citations:
- Delos in Pauly-Wissowa, IV, 2460 ff
- Homolle wrote an article on "Les romains 'a Délos" (B. C. H., VIII, pp. 75 ff.)
B. C. H., XXXII, p. 81
2B. C. H., XXXII, p. 81
This reference contains 4 citations:
- Dedications to Hermes and Maia found in B. C. H., I, p. 284, and XXIII, p. 57
- Roman traders about the year 69 (C. I. L., III, pp. 531, 532)
- Roman traders in 57, Lesbos in 31 (C. I. L., III, p. 455
- Pauly-Wissowa under "conventus"
2Ferguson, ad loc. cit., p. 236