Flaviana

@article{Emperor1937Flaviana,
  title={Flaviana},
  author={Plebeian Emperor},
  journal={Journal of Roman Studies},
  year={1937},
  volume={27},
  pages={54 - 62}
}
‘Ceteris in rebus statim ab initio principatus usque ad exitum civilis et clemens, mediocritatem pristinam neque dissimulavit umquam ac frequenter etiam prae se tulit. quin et conantis quosdam originem Flavii generis ad conditores Reatinos comitemque Herculis … referre irrisit ultro’ (Suet. Div. Vesp. 12). Vespasian came of peasant stock; he succeeded to a position which had been occupied by men of the noblest birth. For the Julio Claudians no proofs need be produced; of their successors Galba… 
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