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Explain the meaning of the grandeur that was rome?


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Answered 2008-01-08 22:31:35

This isn't an answer but anyways. The line "and the grandeur that was Rome" was in the poem "To Helen" by: Edgar Allan Poe. This is where I first heard of it so maybe if you refer to that poem it can help you figure out the meaning. Sorry I couldn't help you any more . :)

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