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Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 26 (ed. Frank Gardner Moore, Professor Emeritus in Columbia University), chapter 23 (search)
people in his absence would, it seemed, have given as a colleague to Titus Manlius, if the course of the election had not been interrupted. the festival of Apollo had been observed in the previous year, and in order that it might be observed in this year also, the senate, on motion of Calpurnius, the praetor, decreed that it be vowed as a permanency. in the same year a number of prodigies were seen and reported. at the Temple of ConcordAt the upper end of the Forum, built after 367 B.C. another temple in the citadel had been dedicated in 216 B.C.; XXIII. xxi. 7. a Victory which stood on the pediment was struck by lightning, and being dislodged, it caught upon the Victories which were among the antefixes and did not fall farther. and at Anagnia and at Fregellae the wall and gates were reported to have been struck by lightning; and that at Forum Subertanum there had been streams of blood for a whole day; and that at Eretum there was a shower of stones; and that at Reat