13. Orgetorii, the Helvetian, could arm for his defence a body of ten thousand
slaves. 1 Their oppression and misery are acknowledged by Eumenius, (Panegyr
. 6. 8.) Gallias afferatus injuriis. " Panegyr. Vet. 2. 4. Aurelius Victor. 1 JE lianas
M. Panegyr. Vet, 9. 2. c Zosinms, lib. 2. p. 84, 85. Nazarius in Panegyr. 10. 7 — 13
. • * See Panegyr. Vet. 9. 2. Omnibus fere tuis comitibus et ducibus non solum tar
ite xnnssantibas, sed etiam aperte timentibus ; contra consilia homimim, contra ...
Panegyr. Vet. 9. 11. • Panegyr. Vet. 9, 10. ' Literas calamitatum suarum indices
supprimebat. Panegyr. Vet. 9. 15. P Remedia malorum potius quam mala
differebat, is the fine censure which Tacitus passes on the supine indolence of
Vitellius. i ...
Panegyr. Vet. 10. 17. * A very idle rumour soon prevailed, that Maxentius, who
had not taken any precaution for his own retreat, had contrived a very artful snare
to destroy the army of the pursuers ; but that the wooden bridge which was to ...
Panegyr. Vet. 9. t- 1 M. Freret )Memoires de l' Academic des Inscriptions, tom. 4. p
. 411 — 437.) explains, by physical causes, many of the prodigies of antiquity ;
and Fabricins, who is abused by both parties, vainly tries to introduce the
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Gibbon's third volume of The Decline and Fall seems to stray from the purpose stated in volume one. I think he just got carried away by the sweep of history. The melodious style and easy learning are still present but I was suffering from Gibbon fatigue by the third volume and we were off course. Les hele vurderingen