Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II

Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II

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Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II by Caius Cornelius Tacitus

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1912

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Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II

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Translated with Introduction and Notes by W. HAMILTON FYFE

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ianus summoned to take nominal command.

April 6. Battle of Locus Castorum. Caecina defeated.

Valens joins Caecina at Cremona.

15. Battle of Bedriacum. Othonian defeat.

17. Otho commits suicide at Brixellum.

19. Vitellius recognized by the Senate.

May Vitellius greeted by his own and Otho's generals at Lyons.

24. Vitellius visits the battle-field of Bedriacum.

June Vitellius moves slowly towards Rome with a huge retinue.

July 1. Vespasian, Governor of Judaea, proclaimed Emperor at Alexandria.

3. At Caesarea.

15. At Antioch.

The Eastern princes and the Illyric Legions[4] declare for Vespasian. His chief supporters are Mucianus; Governor of Syria, Antonius Primus commanding Leg. VII Galbiana, and Cornelius Fuscus, Procurator of Pannonia.

Mucianus moves slowly westward with Leg. VI Ferrata and detachments from the other Ea

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Extremely recommended, read many times before.

A good depiction of the turbulance between Nero's Death and Vespasianus's reign...