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" Alexandrian, the Egyptians are before all others ; the smallest spark suffices here to kindle a tumult. On account of neglected visits, on account of the confiscation of spoiled provisions, on account of exclusion from a bathing establishment, on account... "
The Provinces of the Roman Empire: From Caesar to Diocletian - Page 266
by Theodor Mommsen, William Purdie Dickson, Francis Haverfield - 1886 - 384 pages
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The Provinces of the Roman Empire from Caesar to Diocletian, Volume 2

Theodor Mommsen - Roman provinces - 1887
...praefectorum ingeniosa proaincia . . . etiam periculosi sales placent. CHAP. XII.l Eyypt. 287 count of neglected visits, on account of the confiscation...case the inciting orators, are expressly mentioned ;' but in the further course of the matter the spite and tho savageness of the Egyptian proper came...
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A History of the Later Roman Empire: From Arcadius to Irene (395 A.D. to 800 ...

John Bagnell Bury - Byzantine Empire - 1889 - 1061 pages
...bathing establishment, on account of a dispute between the slave of an Alexandrian of rank and the Roman footsoldier as to the value or non-value of...under the necessity of charging among the citizens of Alexandria."1 Instead of healing the discords and calming the intractable temper/of this turbulent...
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The Nile: Notes for Travellers in Egypt

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - Egypt - 1890 - 311 pages
...MSS., and formed the famous Pergamenian library founded by Eumenes II., king of Pergamus, BC 197. t " the Alexandrian rabble took on the slightest pretext...necessity of charging among the citizens of Alexandria In these riots the Greeks acted as instigators but in the further course of the matter the spite and...
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The Nile-- notes for travellers in Egypt

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1907 - 955 pages
...authority, himsell Alexandrian, the Egyptians are before all others ; the smallest spark • ii MM ' • . here to kindle a tumult. On account of neglected visits,...necessity of charging among the citizens of Alexandria In these riots the Greeks acted as instigators but in the further being matters connected with Jews...
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History of the Later Roman Empire from the Death of Theodosius I. to ..., Part 1

John Bagnell Bury - History - 1958 - 471 pages
...hathing estahlishments on account of a dispute hetween the slave of an Alexandrian of rank and the Roman foot-soldier as to the value or non-value of...under the necessity of charging among the citizens of Alexandrin." 2 Instead of healing the discords and calming the intractahle temper of this turhulent...
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