Author:Cassius Dio

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Lucius Cassius Dio
(2nd century – 3rd century)

A Greek statesman and historian under the Roman Empire who served as consul but is chiefly remembered for his 80-volume Roman History. His Greek name, formerly often used in English, was simply Dio or Dio Cassius (Δίων Κάσσιος, Díon Kássios); his exact Latin name is uncertain: it may have contained one or both of the names Claudius and Cocceianus.

Lucius Cassius Dio


Works about Dio[edit]

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