Dio Cassius

(c. 150 - 235)

A Roman historian writing in Greek, Dio Cassius began his career as a senator, later serving twice as consul. His partially extant Roman History, researched and written over twenty-two years, is now considered one of the best sources for study of the late republic and early empire periods.

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Voices In Time

63 BC | Rome


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54 | Rome

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