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Old May 24th, 2019 #1
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Chapter 1: The Early Years

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Chapter 2: The Path to Power

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Chapter 3: Conspiracy

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Chapter 4: Consul

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Chapter 5: Gaul

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Chapter 6: The Belgae

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Old January 16th, 2020 #7
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Always love hearing about Julius Caesar, thanks, the work Suetonius, Roman Historian, did is fun to listen to as well. He wrote a book called Lives of The Twelve Caesars. It's on librivox.
 
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Always love hearing about Julius Caesar, thanks, the work Suetonius, Roman Historian, did is fun to listen to as well. He wrote a book called Lives of The Twelve Caesars. It's on librivox.
I ran across Suetonius about 7 years back when I was researching the Flavian emperors. An issue with this work is it was written in the 2nd century, after the figures in question were deceased. Also, in the case of Vespasian, he was recorded to, when in Egypt in a Serapis temple, claimed he was the reincarnation of the God. Then Vespasian was recorded to restore a withered arm and return sight to a blind man. Because of this, I question the overall veracity of the work.
 
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