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18 I 355 He is sent to Athens - - - 183 Recalled to Milan - - - 184. Declared
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... curious note of Valefius and Ammian. Marcellin. xxii. 9. From the eleventh
epistle of Julian, it should seem that the place of senator was considered as a
burthen, rather than as an honour ; but the Abbé de la Bleterie (Vie de Jovien,
tom. ii. p.
The term of ten years is given us by Julian (Orat. i. p. 8.), and Spanheim labours
to establish the truth of it (p. 69–75.); by the help of two passages from Themistius
Orat. iv. p. 58.) and of Philosiorgius (l. ii. c. 9.), which form a period from the year ...
Julian. Orat. i. p. 8. Ducange C. P. 1. i. c. 5. The name of Constantinople is extant
on the medals of Constantine. 79 The lively Fontenelle (Dialogues des Morts, xii.)
affe&ts to deride the vanity of human ambition, and seems to triumph in the ...
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Volume I It is a testament to the breadth of Gibbon's passion that his Decline and Fall, widely regarded as a literary monument, on reading appears merely to expatiate on some salient thoughts. The ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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