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1 See Aristotle, Meteor. ii. 8.
2 "Eodem videlicet spiritu infusi (maris) ac terræ residentis sinu recept i."
3 U.C. 770; A.D. 17. We have an account of this event in Strabo, xii. 57; in Tacitus, Ann. ii. 47; and in the Universal History, xiv. 129, 130. We are informed by Hardouin, that coins are still in existence which were struck to commemorate the liberality of the emperor on the occasion, inscribed "civitatibus Asiæ restitutis." Lemaire, i. 410.
4 U.C. 537; A.C. 217.
5 This circumstance is mentioned by Livy, xxii. 5, and by Florus, ii. 6.
6 "Præsagiis, inquit, quam ipsa clade, sæviores sunt terræ motus." Alexander in Lemaire, i. 410.
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