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" The temper of the tyrant, which was never inclined to clemency, was urged by distress to exercise every act of oppression which could extort an immediate supply from the cities of Gaul. Their patience was at length exhausted ; and Treves, the seat of... "
The stranger's guide to the Roman antiquities of the city of Treves - Sivu 28
tekijä(t) Johann Hugo Wyttenbach - 1839 - 143 sivua
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 2

Edward Gibbon - 1821
...clemency of Constantius to the rehels. * Zosirn. lib. 2. p. 133. Julian, Orat. 1. p. 40. 2. p. 74. Treves, the seat of praetorian government, gave the signal of revolt, by shutting her gates against Decentius, who had been raised by his brother to the rank either of Caesar...

Recherches sur les antiquités romaines dans la vallée de la Moselle de ...

Johann Hugo Wyttenbach - 1840
...,,which could extort an immediate supply from the ci,,tics of Gaul. Their patience was exhaustet; ant Tre,,ves, the seat of Praetorian Government, ,,gave...the Signal of revolt by closing her gates ,,against Uecentius." \ la proie des Francs par la trahison d'un mari offensé par l'empereur Avitus *). On peut...

The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes by ...

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...oppression which could extort an immediate supply from the cities of Gaul.94 Their patience was at length exhausted ; and Treves, the seat of Praetorian government, gave the signal of revolt, by shutting her gates against Decentius, who had been raised by his brother to the rank either of Caesar...

The Historians' History of the World: The early Roman empire

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...oppression which could extort an immediate supply from the cities of Gaul. Their patience was at length exhausted ; and Treves, the seat of praetorian government, gave the signal of revolt, by shutting her gates against Decentius, who had been raised by his brother to the rank either of csesar...

The works of Edward Gibbon, Nide 3

Edward Gibbon - 1906
...oppression which could extort an immediate supply from the cities of Gaul." Their patience was at length exhausted; and Treves, the seat of Praetorian government, gave the signal of revolt by shutting her gates against Decentius, who had been raised by his brother to the rank either of Caesar...

The Historians' History of the World, Nide 6

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...oppression which could extort an immediate supply from the cities of Gaul. Their patience was at length exhausted ; and Treves, the seat of praetorian government, gave the signal of revolt, by shutting her gates against Decentius, who had been raised by his brother to the rank either of caesar...




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