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Polybius

Line breaks: Po¦lyb|ius
Pronunciation: /pəˈlɪbɪəs/

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( Circa 200-circa 118 bc), Greek historian. His forty books of Histories (only partially extant) chronicled the rise of the Roman Empire from 220 to 146 bc.

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