Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Illyricum” in life aug., chapter 25 of C. Suetonius Tranquillus, Divus Augustus:
...ublic disturbances during a scarcity of provisions, he never employed in his army slaves who had been made freedmen,
except upon two occasions; on one, for the security of the
colonies bordering upon Illyricum , and on the other, to
guard the banks of the river Rhine. Although he obliged
persons of fortune, both male and female, to give up their
slaves, and they received their manumission at once, yet
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