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  Vespasianus   (T. Flavius Vespasianus) - Roman emperor, 69-79 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
  + Caesar , Vespasian
Aelian:Fr_112 ius Saturninus and the emperor Vespasianus. [113] & {116
AnthPal_9.349 ALEXANDRIA & { F 26 } & Caesar, & may the baths of Cutil
AstrCan_4 815 391 97 54 A.D. (10 Aug.) Vespasianus 10 825 401 107
ChronSynt_65 the Romans. 7. In the time of Vespasianus, the Roman gene
Euseb]:Chron_131 erusalem in the second year of Vespasianus, is 42 years.
Euseb]:Chron_215 dion race [At this time] Vespasianus became emperor of the
ExcBarb_48A ommodus for 13 years - cons. 7 Vespasianus for 9 years -
Festus:Brev.10 dent and, under princeps Vespasian, the province of the
Joseph:AJ_12.121 that, at the time that Vespasianus and Titus his son gov
Joseph:AJ_12.122 Romans, especially of Vespasianus and Titus, who, altho
Joseph:AJ_12.128 hed at the generosity of Vespasianus and Titus, that after
Joseph:BJ_01.21 war, and thereupon made Vespasianus general in this war;
Joseph:BJ_01.23 very bad, Nero died, and Vespasianus, when he was going
Julian:Caes_311 [311] and pointing to Vespasianus said, "Send this nigg
Plinius:Ep_1.10 ught in Tyre until he followed Vespasian to Rome. When age
Plinius:Ep_1.14 admitted by the divine Vespasian to praetorian rank,
Plinius:Ep_3.5 daybreak he would go to Vespasian - for he too was a nigh
Plinius:Ep_4.9 lodged against him in Vespasian's reign by two private
Plinius:Ep_10.65 (?) Andania, letters of Vespasian to the Lacedaemonians
SelPap_2.206 nfiscated by the deified Vespasianus ; nevertheless t
SelPap_2.314 8th year of the deified Vespasianus together with his
SelPap_2.381 The 2nd year of Vespasianus the lord, seventh (7th)

  Vespasianus   - in documents
SelPap_2.401 rt, namely Aulus Flavius Vespasianus on March 2 of the

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