Titus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Titus Flavius Caesar) - Roman emperor, 79-81 A.D.
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arn that in the reign of Titus, that good and noble man,
Vespasian, the three children Titus, Domitian, and Domiti
825 401 107 & 68 A.D. (6 Aug.) Titus 3 828 404 110 78 A.D.
stadion race [At this time] Titus became emperor of the
llius for one and a half years Titus for 3 years - cons
ime that Vespasianus and Titus his son governed the habita
ially of Vespasianus and Titus, who, although they had bee
osity of Vespasianus and Titus, that after so great wars
rodes until the day when Titus took the temple and the Cit
ning of our holy temple, Titus Caesar, who destroyed it,
Joseph:BJ_* 01.25-29 *
er, [I shall relate] how Titus marched out of Egypt into
sons, bid the eldest [ Titus ] sport with Aphrodite Pand
He was afraid of Titus because he had been a friend of
Lacedaemonians and of Titus to the same people and to
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