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Historiografi Romawi bermula dari bangsa Yunani, yang menciptakan bentuk tersebut. Bangsa Romawi memiliki model-model besar untuk mendasari karya-karya mereka, seperti Herodotus (s. 484 – 425 SM) dan Thucydides (s. 460 – s. 395 SM). Namun, bentuk-bentuk historiografi Romawi berbeda dari Yunani dan sangat menyuarakan sorotan-sorotan Romawi. Tak seperti Yunani, historiografi Romawi tak bermula dengan tradisi sejarah lisan.

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