By Aurelius Victor, H.W. Bird
This can be the 1st full-scale translation and remark in English of Aurelius Victor's De Caesaribus, which supplies a short survey of the emperors of Rome from Octavian Augustus in 30 BC to Constantius II in advert 360.
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94). " D e Caes. 3. 1A De Caes. 11. n Eutro. 16; cf. Epit. 1 ff. 76 De Caes. 2. 77 n Eutrop. 17; Epit. 1; cf. De Caes. 2. De Caes. 5; cf. Eutrop. 7; Epit. 5; De Caes. 8; cf. Eutrop. 15; Epit. 8; De Caes. 1-2; cf. Eutrop. 16; Epit. 1; De Caes. 13; cf. Eutrop. 20. 19 Cod. Theod. 1, 2, 3. *°Cod. Theod. XIV. 1. 8, Them. Or. 59; Cod. Theod. xiv. 2. 82 P. Petit, Libanius et la vie municipale à Antioche, Paris, 1955, 384385. g. Florus and the Periochae of Livy. g. Eutropius and Festus. For discussion of E.
20. 19 Cod. Theod. 1, 2, 3. *°Cod. Theod. XIV. 1. 8, Them. Or. 59; Cod. Theod. xiv. 2. 82 P. Petit, Libanius et la vie municipale à Antioche, Paris, 1955, 384385. g. Florus and the Periochae of Livy. g. Eutropius and Festus. For discussion of E. Wôlfflin. L. ; E. C. C. ; J. , xxxix-xli. g. Epit. 43; 45; 46; 47; 48: it is more noticeable after the KG had ended, but the author clearly used a number of sources (Wôlfflin, op. , 584). 85 Cf. Sail. Jug. 1-4; Cat. 1-13. 14). 6 * De Caes. ; M. , London, 1954, 779.
Henceforth the titles of Caesar and Augustus were separated and the practice was introduced into the state of having two or more men share the supreme power, but with different titles and unequal power. 14 15 16 7 18 9 20 21 14. And so Aelius Hadrian, who was more suited for declamation and civil pursuits,' established peace in the east and returned to Rome. There, in the fashion of the Greeks or Pompilius Numa, he began to give attention to religious ceremonies, laws, schools and teachers to such an extent, in fact, that he even established a school of liberal arts, called the Athenaeum, and celebrated at Rome in the Athenian manner the rites of Ceres and Libera which are called the Eleusinian Mysteries.