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J. Rose, A Handbook of Latin Literature (1936), 236; W. Kraus, RE XVIII, 1920. 2 Jerome, Chron. p. 171 H. 3Ann. III. 24. 4. html [23-12-2008 0:03:23] page_48 < previous page page_48 next page > Page 48 IV Forgotten Campaigns I. The dearth of contemporary historians is a grievous impediment to the study of the wars. Further, though Cassius Dio furnishes a copious narration, with a number of campaigns not elsewhere on record, there are gaps that swallow up several vital years, and he is guilty of strange omissions.

2; 34. 3; 36. 2; LV. 2. 4. Nor does Dio name any native tribe conquered by Tiberius. The Pannonian Breuci were very important, cf. Suetonius, Tib. 9. 2. 4 Policy towards Germany was `kein festes klares und gleichbleibendes politisches Thema der augusteischen Zeit', according to D. Timpe, Chiron I (1971), 283. 5 As maintained in CAH X (1934), 351 ff. g. ). A. c. 172) interprets `the line Hamburg-Leipzig-Prague-Vienna' as a limit. c. 353, cf.

4. Which on various grounds may be doubted. Transferring from August to May the dedication of the Forum and Mars Ultor, Ovid expatiated on the vengeance exacted from the Parthians (V. ). C. was the naval battle between fleets of Athenians and Persians. The Naumachia (it has been argued above) was inserted not long after in the second edition of the Ars Amatoria (I. 171-6), as was the linked digression predicting war on Parthia and a triumph for C. D. 2. And it soon became inexpedient to say anything about the princes on whom Caesar Augustus had set his dearest hopes.

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