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1 According to Hardouin, this was done after the battle of Actium, in which Augustus subdued his rival Antony.—B.
2 By adoption. The Temple of Julius Cæsar was in the Forum, in the Eighth Region of the City.
3 See B. vii. c. 22, B. x. c. 60, and B. xxxiv, c. 11.
4 In Chapter 36 of this Book.—B.
5 See B. vii. cc. 45, 54, 60, and B. xxxiv. c. 11.
6 See B. vii. c. 54, B. xv. c. 20, B. xxxiii. c. 6, and B. xxxiv. c. 11.
7 This was the personification of the Nemean forest in Peloponnesus, where Hercules killed the lion, the first of the labours imposed upon him by Eurystheus.—B.
8 See Chapter 40 of this Book,
10 Hemsterhuys is of opinion that he was the brother of Æschines, the orator, contemptuously alluded to by Demosthenes, Fals. Legat. Sec. 237, as a painter of perfume pots. If sc, he was probably an Athenian, and must have flourished about the 109th Olympiad.
11 In Chapter 40 of this Book.
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