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  Titus   (Titus Flavius Caesar) - Roman emperor, 79-81 A.D.
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Aelian:NA_11.15   arn that in the reign of Titus, that good and noble man,
AnthPal_9.349   Vespasian, the three children Titus, Domitian, and Domiti
AstrCan_4   825 401 107 & 68 A.D. (6 Aug.) Titus 3 828 404 110 78 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_215   stadion race [At this time] Titus became emperor of the
ExcBarb_48A   llius for one and a half years Titus for 3 years - cons
Joseph:AJ_12.121   ime that Vespasianus and Titus his son governed the habita
Joseph:AJ_12.122   ially of Vespasianus and Titus, who, although they had bee
Joseph:AJ_12.128   osity of Vespasianus and Titus, that after so great wars
Joseph:AJ_20.250   rodes until the day when Titus took the temple and the Cit
Joseph:BJ_1.10   ning of our holy temple, Titus Caesar, who destroyed it,
Joseph:BJ_1.25-29 *   er, [I shall relate] how Titus marched out of Egypt into
Julian:Caes_311   sons, bid the eldest [ Titus ] sport with Aphrodite Pand
Oros_7.3   destruction of the Jewish nation, Titus, who had been appointed by
Oros_7.9   4 Titus, on his part, wore down
Oros_7.10   Augustus, succeeded his brother Titus on the throne. For
Oros_7.19   time of Vespasian and Titus, closed them. Cornelius Tacitus,
Plin:HN_34.55   the forecourt of the Emperor Titus - this is generally considered
Plin:HN_36.37   the palace of the emperor Titus, a work superior to any
Plinius:Ep_4.9   He was afraid of Titus because he had been a friend of
Plinius:Ep_10.65   Lacedaemonians and of Titus to the same people and to

Titussee Flamininus4

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