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A Conflict of Ideas in the Late Roman Empire
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Written in English
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A Conflict of Ideas in the Late Roman Empire: The Clash Between the Senate and Valentinian I. by Andreas Alfoldi (Author), Andras Alfoldi (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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A Conflict of Ideas in the Late Roman Empire: The Clash Between the Senate and Valentinian I. Author. Alfoldi, Andreas & Alfoldi, Andras. Publisher. Praeger. A conflict of ideas in the late Roman Empire: theclash between the Senate and Valentinian I ' translated by Harold Mattingly.
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