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According to Livy horses and boxers from Etruria were sent for as the first to participate in the thenceforth annual games.
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According and Livy
According to Livy, his first act as king was to order the Pontifex Maximus to copy the text concerning the performance of public ceremonies of religion from the commentaries of Numa Pompilius to be displayed to the public, so that the rites of religion should no longer be neglected or improperly performed.
According to Livy the war was commenced by the Latins who anticipated Ancus would follow the pious pursuit of peace adopted by his grandfather, Numa Pompilius.
According to Livy ( v. 34 ), they took part in the expedition of Bellovesus into Italy in the 6th century BC.
According to Livy, Hannibal much later said that when he came upon his father and begged to go with him, Hamilcar agreed and demanded that he swear that as long as he lived he would never be a friend of Rome.
According to Livy, Tarquinius increased the number of the Senate by the addition of 100 men from the minor leading families.
According to Livy, the younger of the two daughters of Servius Tullius was of fiercer temperament than her sister, yet she originally married Aruns, who had a milder disposition than his elder brother.
According to Livy, the Rutuli were, at that time, a very wealthy nation and Tarquinius was keen to obtain the booty which would come with victory over the Rutuli in order, in part, to assuage the anger of his subjects.
According to Livy, Tarquin cut off the heads of the tallest poppies in his garden as an allegory to instruct his son Sextus to pacify a recently-conquered enemy city by executing its leading citizens.
According to the story, told mainly by the Roman historian Livy and the Greek historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus ( who lived in Rome at the time of the Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus ), her rape by the king's son and consequent suicide were the immediate cause of the revolution that overthrew the monarchy and established the Roman Republic.
According to Livy, Tarquinius Superbus, the seventh and final king of Rome, judged capital criminal cases without the advice of counsellors, thereby creating fear amongst those who might think to oppose him.
According to Livy, Tullus neglected the worship of the gods until, towards the end of his reign, he fell ill and became superstitious.
According to Livy, he reigned for 44 years, until murdered by his treacherous daughter Tullia and son-in-law Tarquinius Superbus.
According to Livy, the hill first became part of the city of Rome, along with the Viminal Hill, during the reign of Servius Tullius, Rome ' sixth king, in the 6th century BC.
According to Livy, the three tribes were in fact squadrons of knights, rather than ethnic divisions.
According to Livy, the extension happened in an era when the leader of the Bacchus cult was Paculla Annia – though it is now believed that some men had participated before that.
According to Valerius Maximus he survived his 86th year ; according to Livy and Plutarch he was 90 years old when he died.
According to Livy, the dictator A. Postumius vowed games ( ludi ) and a joint public temple to a Triad of Ceres, Liber and Libera on Rome's Aventine Hill, c. 496 BC.
According to the Augustan-era historian Livy, Numa Pompilius, a Sabine, devised Rome's system of religious rites, including the manner and timing of sacrifices, the supervision of religious funds, authority over all public and private religious institutions, instruction of the populace in the celestial and funerary rites including appeasing the dead, and expiation of prodigies.
According to Livy, after the overthrow of the monarchy, the Romans created the priesthood of the rex sacrorum, or " king of sacred rites ," to carry out certain religious duties and rituals previously performed by the king.
According to Livy in his " History of Rome ", an ancient instruction written in archaic letters commands: " Let him who is the Praetor Maximus fasten a nail on the Ides of September.
According to another legend mentioned by Livy, Ascanius may have been the son of Aeneas and Lavinia and thus born in Latium, not Troy.
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According to this account, Qi decided to sabotage Lu's reforms by sending 100 good horses and 80 beautiful dancing girls to the Duke of Lu.
According to the Books of Kings, Elijah defended the worship of Yahweh over that of the Phoenician god Baal ; he raised the dead, brought fire down from the sky, and was taken up in a whirlwind ( either accompanied by a chariot and horses of flame or riding in it ).
According to the orders that you gave me, I crushed the children under the feet of the horses, massacred the women who, at least for these, will not give birth to any more brigands.
According to his aunt, his family did not own a ranch but did own one cow and four or five horses on a few acres of land outside the city.
According to them, Sonnet 91 ( which compares the Fair Youth's love to such treasures as high birth, wealth, and horses ) implies that the author is in a position to make such comparisons, and the ' high birth ' he refers to is his own.
According to inscriptions, there was a temple of Jupiter, a temple of Apollo Augustus and an altar to the goddess of horses Epona, who was popular in the Roman military and of Celtic origin.
According to Taymor, this anachronistic structure was created so as to emphasise the timelessness of the violence on show in the film, to suggest that violence is universal to all humanity, at all times ; " Costume, paraphernalia, horses or chariots or cars ; these represent the essence of a character, as opposed to placing it in a specific time.
According to the Masters of Foxhounds Association of America, Englishman Robert Brooke was the first man to import hunting hounds to America, bringing his pack of foxhounds to Maryland in 1650 along with his horses.
This first night mission demonstrates another side of these two kings where they employed stealth and treachery along with might and bravery but more importantly fulfills one of the prophecies required for the fall of Troy: that Troy will not fall while the horses of Rhesus feed upon its plains ( According to another version of the story, it had been foretold by an oracle that if the stallions of Rhesus were ever to drink from the river Scamander, which cuts across the Trojan plain, then the city of Troy would never fall.
According to Jeff Rovin, Charun guided souls on horseback to the underworld and " brings horses to the newly-dead ", but this is idle speculation.
According to legend, Frank and Jesse James hid out on Sterling Creek in the 1870s to raise horses and hunt buffalo.
According to the official census of 1801, fewer than 45, 000 guaraníes remained ; cattle, sheep, and horses had disappeared ; the fields and orchards were overgrown or cut down and the churches were in ruins.
The Greek geographer Strabo claimed that Greek colonists named the river Sybaris after a fountain of the same name at Bura in Achaia: According to some sources it had the property of making the horses that drank its water shy.
According to some they were designed to foil attacks by Tatar lasso ; another theory has it that the sound of vibrating feathers attached to the wings made a strange sound that frightened enemy horses during the charge.
According to a plaque underneath a painting of Hobson donated to Cambridge Guildhall, Hobson had an extensive stable of some 40 horses.
According to the Parian marble, he taught his people to yoke horses and use them to pull chariots, to smelt silver, and to till the earth with a plough.
According to the analyses of fragments of bones, they constitute the remains of horses, deer, and much more rarely cows which were sacrificed as animals devoted to deities.
According to the witness reports the horses were either driven by the Germans or blinded by the reflector lights.
According to one account, he distinguished himself by stopping the runaway horses of her carriage ; according to another, he only picked up her handkerchief ; a third explanation of his fortune has been given.
According to some people, consumption of alder leaves is harmful to horses, causing blackening of the tongue.
According to The Discworld Companion, there exist, in addition to humanoid trolls, troll dogs, troll horses and troll ducks ( although the ducks tend to sink a lot ).
According to some sources, Enver and some 25 of his men mounted their horses and charged the approaching troops, during which Enver was killed by machine-gun fire.
According to John Green, the Inspector of Aboriginal Stations in Victoria and later manager of Corranderrk, the people were able to achieve a " sustainable " degree of economic independence: " In the course of one week or so they will all be living in huts instead of willams housing ; they have also during that time months made as many rugs, which has enabled them to buy boots, hats, coats etc., and some of them even bought horses.