polybius considered the constitutions of sparta and carthage to be excellent. his view of them only went back to lycurgus of sparta 750bce, even less far foraumsparky
i do recall reading somewhere about him and the recreation of the voyages. i just do not recall any more mention of them or if he found anything. would berasandraleks
the greeks had a code of honor concerning war. at winter both sides stopped the war, and dismissed the soldiers to go home. as a general rule the sanctity ofaumsparky
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