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The Praetorian Praefe&ts - - 42 The Præfečis of Rome and Constantinople 45
The Proconsuls, Vice-praefe&ts, &c. - 4S The Governors of the Provinces - - 5o
The Profession of the Law - - 53 III. The Military Officers * - - 56 Distinčtion of the ...
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 ...
His Retreat - - * 383 Arian Bishops - so - 387 Divisions * - - - 388 I. Rome - - - 390
II. Constantinople - - 392 Cruelty of the Arians se - 396 345, &c. The Revolt and
Fury of the Donatist Circum- . . cellions. * * * as . * 398 Their religious Suicides ...
Rome was insensibly confounded with the dependent kingdoms which had once
acknowledged her supremacy; and the country of the Caesars was viewed with
cold indifference by a martial prince, born in the neighbourhood of the Danube, ...
*N* and Thebes ", to ancient Rome, to London, and even to Paris 3°. - The master
of the Roman world, who aspired to erect an eternal monument of the glories of
his reign, could employ in the prosecution of that great work the wealth, the ...
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