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Modern research has definitely shown that Suetonius and Dio Cassius accepted
at face value much loose gossip rejected by Tacitus, and that Tacitus, however
careful not to admit false evidence, was so economical of truth as to be positively
After Ostorius' death in 52 no further advance was made until 59, when Suetonius
Paulinus, the conqueror of Mauretania (p. 541), resumed warfare in North Wales.
In 61 Suetonius was preparing to capture Anglesey, when a rebellion broke ...
25 According to Suetonius (Caligula, xxxvii. 3), this was the sum found by
Caligula in the imperial chests and spent by him in less than one year. Probably
Suetonius exaggerated the rate of Caligula's spending. 26 The atmosphere of
flattery at ...
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