- c205–c123 b.c., Greek historian.
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Contemporary Examples of polybius
Third, they forget that any good thing taken too far becomes its opposite, as Polybius teaches us.To Hell With Privacy
December 30, 2009
Historical Examples of polybius
To which is added, a character of Polybius and his writings: by Mr. Dryden.The Library of William Congreve
John C. Hodges
Who ever heard of a candidate for honours taking Polybius into the schools?
Polybius says that the Carthaginians (Africans, by the way) scalped their enemies.Canada and the Canadians, Vol. 2
Richard Henry Bonnycastle
I heard it accidentally, and Andreas, Polybius's freedman, explained it to me.
But the implied threat had not disturbed Polybius, for he knew his sister's ways.
- ?205–?123 bc, Greek historian. Under the patronage of Scipio the Younger, he wrote in 40 books a history of Rome from 264 bc to 146 bc