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The Roman History of C. Velleius Paterculus, Tr. by T. Newcomb
Gaius Velleius Paterculus
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Account Achaia Action admirable Ægypt Affairs afterwards Agrippa Antonius Armenia Arms Army Asia Augustus Authority Brother Brutus C H A Cæsar Cafar Caffius Caius Camp Campania carried Carthage Casar Cato CHAP Cicero Cinna Citizens City Clemency Colonies Command Conduct conquered Conqueror Consul Consular Consulship Country Dalmatia Danger Daugh Death defeated Descent deserved Designs Dignity Domitius Drusus eminent Empire endeavoured Enemy engaged Envy Expedition fame Father Favour Forces Fortune Gaul Germany Glory Gracchus greatest Honour illustrious Italy Julia killed King Legions Lepidus Lieutenant Lucullus Macedonia mand Marius Maroboduus Metellus Mind neral Nero noble nour Numantia Number obliged opposed Overthrow Pannonia Parthians Peace Plancus Pompeians Pompey Power Prætor Prætorian Prince Proconsul prodigious Provinces publick received Return to Rome Roman Rome Scipio Sejanus Senate sent Soldiers soon Spain subdued Success Sword Sylla Syria ther Tiberius tion Tribune Triumph Twas Valour Varus Victory Villany
Page i - Caefar, a grandfoil of Auguftus, had an interview with the king of the Parthians, in an ifland of the river Euphrates, in the year 753. He commanded the cavalry in Germany under Tiberius, and accompanied that prince for nine years fucceflively i'n all his expeditions. He received honourable rewards from him; but we do not find that he was preferred to any higher dignity than the praetorfhip.