Magazine October 10, 2016, Issue

From the Newspaper Archives

The Roman Citizen & Chronicle, August 26, 410:

. . . unclear at this time who, exactly, is conducting a long-term interaction with the people of Rome. Some local politicians have used the work “sack” to describe the series of spirited encounters between Roman citizens and the undocumented visitors from the northern regions who have arrived within the borders of traditional “Rome,” but it’s impossible at this early juncture to define either their motive or their specific ethnic makeup.

Alaric the Visigoth quickly claimed responsibility for the series of attacks early yesterday morning but has so far offered little in the way

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