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168 Education of Gallus and Julian - - 171 351 Gallus declared Caesar • o - 172
Cruelty and Imprudence of Gallus - - 173 354 Massacre of the Imperial Ministers *
- 175 Dangerous Situation of Gallus o - 178 A. D. Page His Disgrace and Death ...
Declared Caesar - - - - 188 Fatal End of Sylvanus - • - 199 357 Constantius visits
Rome - - - I91 A new obelisk - - - 194 357, 358, 359. The Quadian and Sarmatian
War - 195 358 The Persian Negociation - - 2CO 359 Invasion of Mesopotamia ...
Very few remained who could derive their pure and genuine origin from the
infancy of the city, or even from that of the republic, when Caesar and Augustus,
Claudius and Vespasian, created from the body of the senate a competent
number of ...
97 This failure would have been almost impossible if it were true, as Casaubon
compels Aurelius Victor to affirm (ad Sueton, in Caesar. c. 42. See Hist. August. p.
203. and Casaubon Comment. p. 220.), that Vespasian created at once a ...
infinuates that if the dićlator Caesar once created forty, it was only to facilitate the
payment of an immense debt of gratitude. Yet the augmentation which he made
of praetors subsisted under the succeeding reigns. 147 Sueton. in August. c.
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