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1 See B. xxxvi. c. L, where he informs us that this theatre was hardly one month in use.—B.
2 Hardouin gives several quotations illustrative of his liberality in bestowing ornaments in the City, and his inattention to his domestic concerns.—B.
3 The brothers Lucius and Marcus, the former of whom triumphed in the Mithridatic, the latter in the Macedonian War.—B.
4 See end of B. ii.
5 See B. vii. c. 38.
6 The absolute number of statues assigned to Lysippus differs considerably in the different editions, as is the case in almost every instance where figures are concerned. Pliny gives a further account of his works in the next two Chapters and in the following Book.—B.
7 "Aureum." See B. xxxiii. c. 13, and B. xxxvii. c. 3.
8 In their attack upon Flavius Sabinus, the brother of Vespasian; A.U.C. 822.
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