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Horatius Cocles was an officer in the early days of the early Roman Republic.  In 509 BC he defended a critical bridge on the Tiber river on the road to Rome and single-handedly held off an attacking army long enough to allow other Romans to destroy the bridge behind him, thus blocking the advance and […]

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