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TWO OMENS IN TACITUS' HISTORIES (2,50,2 AND 1,62,2-3)
and the prodigy which attended Fabius Valens' march south from. Germany has been noticed occasionally, but little has been made of it9. ).
SUGGESTIO FALSI IN TACITUS
des Fabius Valens, Diss. M√ľnster 1927, 18.
FURST zu (1847-1921)
The general Fabius Valens (about 69) had aretinue of "concubines and eunuchs.
HISTORIES, BOOK I
donatives 5.1. Ducenius Geminus 14.
Roman History Identifications Historians and other cultural figures
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Fabius Valens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fabius Valens of Anagnia (d. 69) was a Roman commander favoured by Nero. In 69 he was commander of Legio I Germanica based in Germania Inferior.
Fabius Valens - Encyclopedia
`Fabius Valens` of Anagnia (d. 69) was a Roman commander favoured by Nero. In 69 he was commander of Legio I `Germanica` based in Germania Inferior.
Tacitus: History: Book 1 [60]
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et strenui. sed profusa cupidine et insigni temeritate legati legionum Alienus Caecina et Fabius Valens.
Aulus Vitellius: part 2: The road to power
This is more plausible, because we know that Fabius Valens later incited Vitellius to revolt. However this may be, Galba appointed Aulus Vitellius as successor.

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