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Greek And Roman Civilization With An Introduction to the Source Study Method

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C. He lived in the midst of the events that he described, and "wrote with even more com- plete personal knowledge than Thucydides, " who described the Peloponnesian war in which he took part. "Not only was Polybius the son of a man who had held the highest office in the league, and so must have heard the politics and history of Achaia discussed from his earliest youth; not only from early manhood was he himself in the thick of political business, but he knew the sovereigns of Egypt and I*ergara...us, of Macedonia and Syria, and the Roman gener- als who conquered the latter. " In the extracts that follow, I*olybius refers to himself as am- bassador and also refers to a speech made by himself in the assembly. He was one of the thousand prominent Achaeans sent to Italy in 1C7 P>. C, and passed sixteen years in Rome, where he became the tutor of the sons of Aemilius T*aulus, the Ronuin general. In 146 B, C. He was in Africa with Scipio, saw the de^ struction of Carthage, and heard Scipio ex- (64) THE ACHAEAN LEAGUE.

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