Books XXXI to XLV cover the years from 201 b.c. to 167 b.c., when Rome emerged as ruler of the Mediterranean.
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About the Author
Titus Livius (59BC-AD17) began working on his History of Rome at the age of 30 and continued for over 40 years until his death. The history ran to 142 books, of which 35 survive.
Table of Contents
Rome and the MediterraneanIntroduction
Part I: 201-192 B.C
The Second Macedonian War Gaui, Liguria and Spain
Part II 191-179 B.C.
The War with Antiochus Rome and Italy; Spain
Part III 178-167 B.C.
The Third Macedonian War