Greek Verbs, Irregular and Defective; Their Forms, Meaning

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How did ancient Rome influence and unify medieval Europe? MEGAIRA: Original Greek form of Latin Megaera, meaning "to grudge." Their older men were often the leading office-holders in the city, the magistrates and military commanders; they could often trace their families back through generations of office-holders, who had helped shape the city's history. Italy was corrupted by the new influences that flowed in upon her, just as Rome was corrupted by Grecian luxury and sensuality in the days of the failing republic.

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