History of the Empire From the Death of Marcus

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History of the Empire From the Death of Marcus
by Herodian, translated by Edward C. Echols

From: Herodian of Antioch, History of the Roman Empire (1961), Translated from the Greek by Edward C. Echols. Digitalized by Roger Pearse Tertullian project

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