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Beleuchtung Der Österreichischen Verfassungsfrage, Vom Standpunkte Einer Gewissenhaft Angestrebten Unbefangenheit

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Galba

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... Bust of Galba Reign ... ... Servius Sulpicius Galba (at birth); Lucius Livius Ocella ... ... (at birth); Lucius Livius Ocella Sulpicius Galba (until ascension); Servius Sulpic... ...a (until ascension); Servius Sulpicius Galba Caesar Augustus (as emperor); Imp... ...gustus (as emperor); Imperator Servius Galba Caesar Augustus (imperial name)[1] ... ... Chronology Galba 68–69 ... ...ollowed by Flavian dynasty Galba (; Latin: Servius Sulpicius Galba Caesar Augustus;[2] 24 December 3 B... ...r 3 BC – 15 January 69), was Roman Emperor for seven months from 68 to 69. Galba was the governor of Hispania Tarraconensis, and made a bid for the th... ...rigins and family life He was born as Servius Sulpicius Galba near Terracina, "on the left as you go towards Fundi" in the words of...

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De Plutarchi in Galba et Othone Fontibus

By: Josephus Lezius

...n World Public Library.org ET OTHONE FONTIBUS Title: DE PLUTARCHI IN GALBA ET OTHONE FONTIBUS Author: JOSEPHUS LEZIUS Language: English Subje... .... ,/(".." ;. ~--~~ ------------------------- ~ ~ DE .f . . PLUTARCHl IN.GALBA ET. OTHONE FONTIBUS. DISSERTATIO INAUGURALIS "f r' · ., . , ~ I... ...niri, quae intercedat ratio. inter Taciti hist. 1-II, 50 et Plutarehi vitas Galbae et Othonis, nnius cuinsque, qui in veternm scriptorum fontibus i... ...utarchi" Gottingae 1820. 2) Hirzel "comparatio eorum, quae de imperatoribuB Galba et Othone relata legimus apud Tacitum, Suetonium, Plutarch~, Dion... ...de- o· m ~ n not) , qui, cum argumentis nequaquam certis nisus Taciturn in Galba Plinium, Plutarchum Plinium et eluvium, Snetonium unum eluvium adh... ...mann "de Tacito, Suetonio, Plutarcho, Cassio Dione scriptorihus imperatorum Galbae et Othonis" diBS. Berolini 1857. 2) A. Schmidt "de quibusdam auct... ...estum eorom, quae prioribus historiarum libris Tacitus referret, cum vitis Galbae et Othonis a Plutarcho descriptis eo effectum esse, quod ex eodem... ...ras confugiet. Incipit Tacitus a kalendis Januariis anni p. Ch. 69, quibus Galba et Vinius consulatulD inibant. cc. 1-11 1) c. Th. M i c b a eli s ... ...rem ab altiore initio res repe­ tere consentaneum est. Itaque omnia ad vitam Galbae pertinentia, quae ante k. Ian. gesta sunt, exbibet - id quod a Ta...

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Galba cubensis

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... shells of Galba cubensis ... ... Lymnaeidae Genus: Galba ... ... Binomial name Galba cubensis ... ... Bakerilymnaea cubensis Fossaria cubensis Galba cubensis is a speci... ... an aquatic gastropod mollusk in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails. Distribution Galba cubensis is endemic... ... Galba cubensis is endemic to Cuba.[2] References ^ "Galba cubensis". Taxonomy... ...nservation Science 3(2): 190-199. HTM, PDF. External links Galba cubensis at Nationa...

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Lives of Galba and Otho : With Introduction and Notes

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Sir Galba

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... Small Island Pride, King Sparrow (Mighty Sparrow) and Sir Galba, mid-1950s ... ...e of Birchgrove, St. Andrews, Grenada, in 1919. A troubled man, he had a relatively brief career and life, but Galba is remembered for his outstanding... ... Career It is not known why he took the calypsonian name of "Sir Galba." Perhaps he named himself after ... ...om 8 June 68, until he was assassinated on 7 January 69. On the other hand, he could have been named after the galba tree Calophyllum antillanum which... ...ba tree Calophyllum antillanum which is noted for its hard wood and was a favourite for making spinning tops. "Galba could also have been named for hi... ...ite for making spinning tops. "Galba could also have been named for his skill with women: a man who can "pitch galba" is skilled in delivering sexual ... ...en: a man who can "pitch galba" is skilled in delivering sexual pleasure to women."[2] Sir Galba performed at a number of shows in... ...d Lord Ziegfield (Percy Simon). Along with fellow Grenadians Small Island Pride and Zebra, Galba had a big influence on Trinidadia... ... for the arrival of the Mighty Sparrow, who arrived on the scene from Grenada in 1954. Sir Galba became one of Trinidad's leading ...

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Plutarch's lives of Galba and Otho

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Galba (gastropod)

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De Imperatoris Servii Sulpicii Galbae Vita et Rebus Gestis

By: Böing, Bernard

...UNIVERSITY Of iLUNOIS i6S«f4 iyr- . Js^ _ • !. IMPERATORIS SERVII SULPICII GALBAE r VITA ET REBUS GESTIS. ?;r DISSEETATIO IISTOEICA quJM CONSENSU ET A... ...cM \ 3d. . OFTHE iiNlVERSin OF ILUNOIS \ IpE IMPERATORIS SERVII SIJLPICII GALBAE VITA ET REBUS GESTIS. M f^^ai: H. - t '" '7 giaoTAHaqMi SAaiAfl II0... .... ....,";",;; '' ' ' * - ;.:^ .Berum statns qnalis fderit ante imperatorem Galbam. '.-{6 '.,,.-:, 1- ->, *. ! .;., .\.. . . - .,. .•-•-.. ..: -. mperi... ...quoque auctoritas alicujus momenti erat in eligendo imperatore. Quum autem Galba, vivo Nerone, seditione facta, rerum potitus esset, etiam extrema ill... ...empore, exemplo semel dato, eadem semper pemicies rediit. Quae quidem soli Galbae, qui illam ruinam, in quam postea civitas incidit, primus adduxit, n... ...tum fieri potuit, summa uteretur moderatione. '• . - r Quae quum ita sint, Galbae vita atque res gestae, quae ac- curatius exponerentur, mihi satis di... ...'tt5<T«r."^) * • ['i i ' Dignissimum enim, qui princeps fieret, designavit Galbam^ cui quidem omnes, quum et antiquitate generis et gloria majo- rum e... ...videtiir. — *;'**'( 5 .V )k ^T*?^5wf^'i;*?' ^3^^^ 'WT'^^"^^^' ''r'^ ,,D(i Galbae;m%j,oribus. ';-' "^''J^^^* • ; ^- • .•!'-'>*..'? -'.'. * • Jiytiiii'... ... ';-' "^''J^^^* • ; ^- • .•!'-'>*..'? -'.'. * • Jiytiiii' ' ^'"^^lmperator Galba, qui pateraain origLaem ad Jovem, mater- nam autem ad Pasipha^n, Mino...

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Spialia galba

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...tterflies of Sikkim, ser 591 & plate 59, pg 201-202. Subspecies Spialia galba galba (Pakistan, India, Kashmir, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Ceylon, Thai... ...Pakistan, India, Kashmir, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Ceylon, Thailand) Spialia galba shanta Evans, 1956 (Burma) Spialia galba chenga Evans, 1956 (China:... ...ee Lepidopteran glossary Having a wingspan of only 24 to 27mm, Spialia galba is identified by its unique pattern of black and white spots and its... ...ica . Melochia corchorifolia Gallery Image:Indian Skipper (Spialia galba) in Hyderabad, AP W IMG_0409.jpg on Alternanthera tenella in Hyd... ...ernanthera tenella in Hyderabad, India . Image:Indian Skipper (Spialia galba) on Alternanthera tenella in Hyderabad, AP W IMG 0410.jpg on Altern...

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The Lives of the Caesars : Galba

By: Suetonius Paulinus

...IUS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CAESARS: GALBA Title: THE LIVES OF THE CAESARS: GALBA Author: SUETONIUS Lang... ...... ...................................................1 The Lives of the Caesars: Galba i The Lives of the Caesars: Galba Suetonius This page copyright © ... ...epter, too, was dashed from the hand of Augustus. II. Nero was succeeded by Galba [68 C.E.], who was related in no degree to the house of the Caesar... ...t of his immediate family [That is, of those Sulpicii who bore the surname "Galba"]. It is uncertain who was the first of the Sulpicii to bear the s... ...ba"]. It is uncertain who was the first of the Sulpicii to bear the surname Galba, why he assumed it, and whence it was derived. Some think that it w... ...ieged a town in Hispania, he at last set fire to it by torches smeared with galbanum [The gum of a Syrian plant; see Pliny, Nat. Hist. 12.126]; other... ...n wool, still others, because he was a very fat man, such as the Gauls term galba, or because he was, on the contrary, as slender as the insects cal... ...galba, or because he was, on the contrary, as slender as the insects called galbae, which breed in oak trees. The family acquired distinction from S...

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Maurizio Galbaio

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...Maurizio Galbaio (Latin: Mauricius Galba ) (died 787) was the seventh traditional, but fifth historical, Doge... ...unuchs. Maurizio was indeed succeeded by his son on his death. His name, Galbaio, came from his reputed descent from the ancient Roman emperor Ga...

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Tarracina-anxur und Kaiser Galba im Romane des Petronius Arbiter

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Martí Joan de Galba

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... of the two translators of the work into English, notes that among Joan de Galba's stylistic contributions to the work are his precision with place-na... ... References Martí Joan de Galba; enciclopèdia.cat External links ... ... External links Works by Martí Joan de Galba at Project Gutenberg Ca...

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Tarracina-anxur und Kaiser Galba im Romane des Petronius Arbiter

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Publius Sulpicius Galba Maximus

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...e First Macedonian War A member of the Patrician gens Sulpicia, Sulpicius Galba was the son of Servius Sulpicius Galba. Although he had held no p... ...f Macedonia yet. When lots were drawn as to who was to leave Apulia, Sulpicius Galba was appointed proconsul in Macedonia, succeeding Marcus Valeri... ... Laevinus had made of his own achievements during his proconsulship, Sulpicius Galba was ordered to disband his army, and retained the command of only... ...ps were well supplied and provisioned. Given the size of his forces, Sulpicius Galba could not do much in 210 BC, but he did achieve the feat of leadi... ...e Romans also allied themselves with Attalus I of Pergamon against Philip. Galba provided 1, 000 Romans to help the Aetolians in the First Battle... ...ned at Naupactus . When Philip appeared at Dyme on his march against Elis, Galba had landed with fifteen of his ships on the northern coast of the... ...to Macedon, which was threatened with an invasion by some neighbouring tribes, Galba sailed to Aegina, where he joined the fleet of Attalus, and where... ...oth took up their winter quarters.Broughton, pg. 287 In the spring of 208 BC, Galba and Attalus united their fleets of sixty ships in a joint operati... ... for the expected assault. Attalus attacked Peparethus, and then crossed with Galba over to Nicaea . From there they moved to Euboea, to attack the...

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The Lives of the Caesars : Galba

By: Suetonius

... by SUETONIUS The Lives of the Caesars: Galba Suetonius Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. World eBoo... ...ter, too, was dashed from the hand of Augustus. II. Nero was succeeded by Galba [68 C.E.], who was related in no degree to the house of the Caesars, ... ... of his immediate family [That is, of those Sulpicii who bore the surname "Galba"]. It is uncertain who was the first of the Sulpicii to bear the surn... ...a"]. It is uncertain who was the first of the Sulpicii to bear the surname Galba, why he assumed it, and whence it was derived. Some think that it was... ...eged a town in Hispania, he at last set fire to it by torches smeared with galbanum [The gum of a Syrian plant; see Pliny, Nat. Hist. 12.126]; others ... ... wool, still others, because he was a very fat man, such as the Gauls term galba, or because he was, on the contrary, as slender as the insects called... ...alba, or because he was, on the contrary, as slender as the insects called galbae, which breed in oak trees. The family acquired distinction from Serv... ...ae, which breed in oak trees. The family acquired distinction from Servius Galba, who became consul [146 B.C.E.] and was decidedly the most eloquent s... ....1]. From him were descended the grandfather and the father of the emperor Galba. The former, who was more eminent for his learning than for his rank—...

...ightning, the heads fell from all the statues at the same time, and his scepter, too, was dashed from the hand of Augustus. II. Nero was succeeded by Galba [68 C.E.], who was related in no degree to the house of the Caesars, although unquestionably of noble origin and of an old and powerful family; for he always added to the inscriptions on his statues that he was the grea...

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Mummia Achaica

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The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 7, Galba

By: C. Suetonius Tranquillus

...ldLibrary.net Title: The Lives Of The Twelve Caesars, Volume 7. [GALBA] Author: C. Suetonius Tranquillus Release Date: August, 2004 [... ...Esq., A.M. (400) SERGIUS SULPICIUS GALBA. I. The race of the Caesars became extinct in Nero; an event ... ...ugustus's sceptre was dashed from his hands. II. Nero was succeeded by Galba [642], who was not in the remotest degree allied to the family of th... ...ended. Why, or whence, the first of the Sulpicii who had the cognomen of Galba, was so called, is uncertain. Some are of opinion, that it was beca... ...ng time attacked it to no purpose, with torches dipped in the gum called Galbanum: others said he was so named, because, in a lingering disease, he... ...giously corpulent, such a one being called, in the language of the Gauls, Galba; or, on the contrary, because he was of a slender habit of body, lik... ... of body, like those insects which breed in a sort of oak, and are called Galbae. Sergius Galba, a person of consular rank [644], and the most eloq... ...n law. From him were descended the grandfather and father of the emperor Galba. The grandfather was more celebrated for his application to study, ... ...lship in his year, put an end to his own life. IV. The emperor Sergius Galba was born in the consulship of M. Valerius Messala, and Cn. Lentulus,...

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Indian Skipper

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... Indian Skipper may refer to Spialia galba, a butterfly Euphlyctis cyanop...

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De Plutarchi in Galba et Othone Fontibus

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Titus Vinius

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...as one of the most powerful men in Rome during the reign of the Emperor Galba . Stories Plutarch has a number of stories of Vinius' early life... ...y. As consul Vinius was commander of one of the legions in Spain when Galba was governor there. When Galba was proclaimed emperor in 68, Vinius a... ... Galba was proclaimed emperor in 68, Vinius accompanied him to Rome, where Galba chose him to be his colleague as consul . Vinius quickly came to hav... ...d two others, Cornelius Laco the commander of the Praetorian Guard and Galba's freedman Icellus, virtually controlled the emperor. The three wer... ...The three were called "the three pedagogues" because of their influence on Galba. According to Suetonius and Plutarch Vinius was exceedingly greedy ... ... in exchange for a large bribe. Support for Otho, and death In early 69 Galba was faced with the need to designate an heir. Titus Vinius supported ... ... Otho, having already secretly agreed that Otho should marry his daughter. Galba however for once refused to follow Vinius' advice and instead selecte... ...nded by persuading the Praetorian guard to proclaim him emperor instead of Galba. With turmoil in the streets, Titus Vinius advised Galba to remain in... ...he slaves in the palace to help defend it. Laco and Icelus however advised Galba to go out and show himself. Galba followed their advice, and was kill...

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Le Cotton Manuscrit Galba B. I., Transcrit sur L'Original par M. Edward Scott : Vol. 1

By: Gilliodts Van Severen, Louis, 1827-1915; Scott, Edward John Long, 1840-1918
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Polyclitus (freedman)

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The White Knight : Tirant Lo Blanc

By: Johanot Martorell and Marti Johan D'Galba

... The White Knight: Tirant lo Blanc by Johanot Martorell and Marti Johan d'Galba Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. World eBook Library,... ...or it was not published during his lifetime. Another writer, Marti Joan de Galba, adds his name as a second author, and says that he wrote the last on... ... That Martorell died before the work was published, and that Marti Joan de Galba may have made some additions before it was finally published, does no... ...tions before it was finally published, does not clarify the matter. For De Galba also affirms that the book is no more than a translation from the Eng... ...hest of the noble Isabel de Loris by the magnificent knight Marti Johan d' Galba. If any defect should be found he wishes it to be attributed to his i...

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Livia Ocellina

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...Livia Ocellina was the second wife of the Roman Emperor Galba's father. According to Suetonius she was: ... ...as not to seem to deceive her by concealing it. Galba was raised by her and took on the name Lucius Livius Ocella (rather t... ...name Lucius Livius Ocella (rather than his birth name of Servius Sulpicius Galba) during the period prior to his assumption of the purple. ...

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Plutarch's Lives of Galba and Otho

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List of lycaenid genera: G

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...N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Gaeides Galba Gargina ...

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Tarracina-Anxur und Kaiser Galba Im Romane des Petronius Arbiter

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Deltobotys

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...hypteralis (Hampson, 1913) Deltobotys citrodoxa (Meyrick, 1936) Deltobotys galba Munroe, 1964 ...

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Tarracina-Anxur und Kaiser Galba Im Romane des Petronius Arbiter

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Icelus

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...s Icelus, a freedman who served the Roman Emperor Galba before his downfall. Categories ...

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The Two Brothers, Or, the History of Alfred and Galba : Supposed to Be Written by Themselves : for the Use of Young People

By: Campbell, John, 1766-1840;

...The Two Brothers, Or, the History of Alfred and Galba : Supposed to Be Written by Themselves : for the Use of Young People by Campbell, John, 1766-1840; published by Boston : Printed and Sold by Lincoln & Edmands, 53 Cornhill...

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Lucius Calpurnius Piso Licinianus

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...le is known of Licinianus’ life prior to his adoption by the Roman Emperor Galba. He most probably was born and raised in Rome. Li... ...t probably was born and raised in Rome. Licinianus was Galba's official heir from 10 January to 15 January 69. He was appointed to... ...cial heir from 10 January to 15 January 69. He was appointed to strengthen Galba's position when two legions in Germania Superior rebelled against him... ...t of their commander Aulus Vitellius. When the elderly Galba was choosing an heir his consul, Titus Vinius, proposed Otho, but Gal... ...joyed an excellent reputation for his integrity, uprightness and morality. Galba had called Licinianus ‘my son‘ and he had singled out Licinianus from... ...ad singled out Licinianus from the crowd at one of his morning receptions. Galba appointed Licinianus as heir to his name, the Roman throne and his pr... ...pointed Licinianus as heir to his name, the Roman throne and his property. Galba then led Licinianus to the camp of the Praetorian Guard, where Licini... ...o had expected to be chosen. He was shocked and disappointed to hear about Galba‘s choice, Otho then decided to assassinate both men to become emperor... ...tho then decided to assassinate both men to become emperor. On January 15, Galba was hacked to death in the street by scores of soldiers. Vinius was a...

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The Two Brothers, Or, The History of Alfred and Galba : Supposed to Bewritten by Themselves : For the Use of Young People

By: Campbell, John, 1766-1840

...about to purchase. Page 22. THE TWO BROTHERS ; OR THE HISTORY OF Alfred and Galba^ SUPPOSED TO BE WRITTEN BY THEMSELVES. For the use of young people.... ...nteresting Account of the Two Brothers 15 CHAP. III. Captivity of Alfred and Galba in South America 47 PART II. CHAP. I. Journal oftheir Second Voyage... ...Voyage, &c. of Alfredfrom Favour- ite Island to South America 76 CIXAP. III. Galba's Journal during the Ab- sence of the Ship - 85 Continuation of the... ...to be persons of great consequence, to be related to the first 8 Alfred and Galba. families in England, and they expected on these accounts, great re... ...n a crown in disgust. Remember Charles the fifth of Germany, and Alfred and Galba. 9 Christiana, queen of Sweden, who voluntarily abdicated their thr... ...it would hare been very useful to you in your exigences.' B 3 10 Alfred and Galba. This circumstance bore so hard upon the young man, that he did not... ...now. Do you think you will be any worse ? 1 rather fear I shall. Alfred and Galba. H Why so? Because I have done very little good. Were you ever afra... ...nder. Doing so, Sir, will much oblige me and my friends here. 12 Alfred and Galba. LEANDER lived to his twentieth year, without paying any particular... ...tures, in attend- ing the faithful preaching of the gospel j and Alfred and Galba. 13 be was very anxious to communicate instruc- tion to all, when h...

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Publius Petronius Turpilianus

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The two brothers, or, The history of Alfred and Galba : supposed to be written by themselves : for the use of young people

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Gaius Iulius Vindex

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...legiance to the then governor of Hispania Tarraconensis, Servius Sulpicius Galba, as the new emperor. Vindex was defeated and killed by the commander ... ...io (modern Besançon). By June 68, military support for Galba led to Nero committing suicide. Galba, acclaimed by the Senate, struc... ...links De Imperatoribus RomanisDonahue, John, "Galba (68-69 A.D.)", LiviusLendering, Jona, "Caiu...

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The Twelve Caesars

By: Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus; Tony Kline, Translator

...ok I Julius Caesar Book II Augustus Book III Tiberius Book IV Gaius Caligula Book V Claudius Book VI Nero Book VII Galba, Otho, Vitellius Book VIII Vespasian, Titus, Domitian...

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Year of the Four Emperors

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...hich four emperors ruled in a remarkable succession. These four emperors were Galba, Otho, Vitellius, and Vespasian . The suicide of emperor Ner... ... June 68 and December of 69, Rome witnessed the successive rise and fall of Galba, Otho and Vitellius until the final accession of Vespasian, ... ...ellion . (The Jewish Revolt was already in progress.) Succession Nero to Galba In 65, the Pisonian conspiracy attempted to restore the Repub... ...against Nero's tax policy, with the purpose of substituting Servius Sulpicius Galba, governor of Hispania Tarraconensis, for Nero. Vindex's revolt ... ...us Rufus, the Rhine army defeated Vindex in battle and Vindex killed himself. Galba was at first declared a public enemy by the Senate. In June 68, ... ...become emperor himself, incited his men to transfer their loyalty from Nero to Galba. Nero was suddenly powerless and the Senate was able to declare h... ...to declare him an enemy of the state. He fled the city and committed suicide. Galba was recognized as emperor and welcomed into the city at the head ... ...ty at the head of a single legion, VII Galbiana, later known as VII Gemina . Galba to Otho This turn of events gave the German legions not the rew... ...for loyalty that they had expected but rather accusations of having obstructed Galba's path to the throne. Their commander, Rufus, was immediately rep...

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