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Roman Empire
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Don Quixote
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  • To which Don Quixote replied, "She is not of the ancient Roman Curtii, Caii, or Scipios, nor of the modern Colonnas or Orsini, nor of the Moncadas or Requesenes of Catalonia, nor yet of the Rebellas or Villanovas of Valencia; Palafoxes, Nuzas, Rocabertis, Corellas, Lunas, Alagones, Urreas, Foces, or Gurreas of Aragon; Cerdas, Manriques, Mendozas, or Guzmans of Castile; Alencastros, Pallas, or Meneses of Portugal; but she is of those of El Toboso of La Mancha, a lineage that though…

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  • A Roman Republic existed for 500 years before the start of the Roman Empire.
  • I know more about the fall of the Roman Empire than the Romans did.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory

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