Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Illyricum” in book 1, chapter 9 of Cornelius Tacitus, The History:
...of these civil wars, either because they were far away and separated by the ocean from the rest of the empire, or because continual warfare had taught them to concentrate their hatred on the enemy. Illyricum too was quiet, though the legions drawn from that province by Nero had, while lingering in Italy, sent deputations to Verginius. But separated as these armies were by long distances, a thing of ...
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