Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mylae” in life aug., chapter 16 of C. Suetonius Tranquillus, Divus Augustus:
the oar, he formed the Julian harbour at Baiae, by letting
the sea into the Lucrine and Avernian lakes; and having
exercised his forces there during the whole winter, he
defeated Pompey betwixt Mylae and Naulochus; although
just as the engagement commenced, he suddenly fell into
such a profound sleep, that his friends were obliged to
wake him to give the signal. This, I suppose, gave occasion for...
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