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Cassius Dio is the author of a Roman History in 80 books, reaching back as far as Rome's origins and forward as far as the writer's own time, which is to say the reign of Alexander Severus. Apart from what we learn from a few inscriptions, we only

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–74. Erdélyi G. 1974 A római kőfaragás és kőszobrászat Magyarországon (Römische Steinmetzarbeiten und Steinplastik in Ungarn). Budapest. Fitz, J. 1962 A Military History of Pannonia from the Marcomannic Wars to the Death of Alexander

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the Markomann Wars to the Death of Alexander Severus (180–235). ActaArchHung 14, 25–112. Fitz, J. 1979 Notices bibliographiques. Notes Contra Acinci et Bononia. ARegia 17, 354–355. Fitz, J. 1980 Die

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Yet Dio knew many emperors from Commodus to Alexander Severus, both the ‘good’ and the ‘bad’. Those falling into the latter category often accused others of capital offences (ἀσέβϵια), while those in the former practiced amnesty, as Macrinus offered to

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Nerónak ajánlotta az üstökösök különféle fajtáiról írott értekezését (Περὶ κομητῶν), melyben hangsúlyozta, hogy azok szerencsét is hozhatnak. 26 Jegyezzük meg, nem volt ez nagyon ritka nézet. A Historia Augusta szerint Alexander Severus születésekor

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The celebration of the lizard:

The iconography and iconology of a magic ritual against the evil forces

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author:
Ciro Parodo

performed on the occasion of the feriae publicae , dies natales templorum and dies natales imperatorum , such as, respectively, the Compitalia in January, the dedication of the Mercurius temple in May, and the birthday of Alexander Severus in October

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