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links of: SiluresAgr Chapter 11: The Britons
Agr Chapter 17: Cerealis and Frontinus
Ann Book XII Chapter 32: Problems in Britain (cont.)
Ann Book XII Chapter 33: Problems in Britain (cont.)
Ann Book XII Chapter 38: Further problems in Britain
Ann Book XII Chapter 39: Further problems in Britain
Ann Book XII Chapter 40: Problems in Britain. Venutius
Ann Book XIV Chapter 29: Further problems in Britain. Mona attacked
Gth Chapter 2: About Britain.
The dark complexion of the Silures, their usually curly hair, and the fact that Spain is the opposite shore to them, are an evidence that Iberians of a former date crossed over and occupied these parts.
Agr Chapter 11: The Britons
Silures, a naturally fierce people
He called into his service twelve lictors. Some think that he fixed upon this number from the number of the birds who foretold his sovereignty; but I am inclined to agree with those who think that as this class of public officers was borrowed from the same people from whom the sella curulis and the toga praetexta were adopted -- their neighbours, the Etruscans -- so the number itself also was taken from them. Its use amongst the Etruscans is traced to the custom of the twelve sovereign cities of Etruria, when jointly electing a king furnishing him each with one lictor.
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