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  • He walked and talked with the great historian of Rome, Theodor Mommsen.

    Things Fall Apart

  • Theodor Mommsen describes Berenice as “Kleopatra im kleinen,” in Römische Geschichte, vol. 5, p.

    Caesars’ Wives

  • Only in 1876, when the great liberal historian Theodor Mommsen denounced the collection in a speech on the floor of the Prussian Diet, did the authorities give way and consign the material to storage.

    The Charms of Deception

  • In the preface I quote as guidelines both the counsel of the great German historian Theodor Mommsen that "you cannot learn to realize the life of the past but by experience of the present" and the definition of a historian's objectivity by Griffin's distinguished countryman Edward Hallett Carr in What Is History?

    O Mighty Caesar!

  • He is only twenty-eight (the great Theodor Mommsen was thirty-seven when he wrote his History of Rome as a passionate reaction to events in Germany in 1848), and his work is described as 'the fullest ever attempted.'

    The Alexander Romance

  • Topics for short speeches: Theodor Mommsen; The Rise of the

    Practical English Composition: Book II. For the Second Year of the High School

  • At Kiel he formed a friendship with the historian Theodor Mommsen and his brother Tycho, and the three published together in 1843 “Songs by Three Friends.

    Biographical Note

  • Berlin librarian Pertz, was continued with vigour under the most celebrated scholar of the century, Theodor Mommsen.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Three only of my friends of the older generation in the Berlin faculty remained; and as I revise these lines the world is laying tributes upon the grave of the last of them -- Theodor Mommsen.

    [Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White

  • Froude adopted the position of a great German professor and historian, Theodor Mommsen, whose prejudices were as strong as his learning was profound.

    The Life of Froude


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