Titus Livy: Ab Urbe Condita (6.1–6.5)
Keywords:Livy, Roman history, Latin literature, Ab urbe condita, Marcus Furius Camillus
Prevodu prvih petih knjig Livijevega dela, ki je ostal v zapuščini Primoža Simonitija in je lani izšel pri Slovenski matici, bo letos sledil izid druge peterke v prevodu Aleša Mavra. Kot pri prvi peterki so opombe tudi tu povzete po izdaji Hansa Jürgena Hillena za Sammlung Tusculum.
Tit Livij: Od ustanovitve mesta
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