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Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
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links of: Lugdunum

Ann Book III Chapter 41: Revolt of the Gauls (Cont.)
Ann Book XVI Chapter 13: Storms and pestilence
His Book I Chapter 51: Revolt of Vitellius. The start
His Book I Chapter 59: Revolt of Vitellius. Julius Civilis
His Book I Chapter 64: Revolt of Vitellius. The march through Gaul
His Book I Chapter 65: Revolt of Vitellius. Lugdunum and Vienna
His Book I Chapter 74: Revolt of Vitellius. Negotiations
His Book II Chapter 59: Otho versus Vitellius. Vitellius travels through Gaul
His Book II Chapter 65: Vitellius emperor. Cluvius Rufus
His Book IV Chapter 85: The Batavian Uprise. Domitian is not going there
His Book IV Chapter 86: On Domitian
Stn Caligula, Chapter 17: Caligula as a good emperor (cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 20: Games.

links of: Lyon

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Stn Claudius, Chapter 2: The youth of Claudius.

links of: Lugdunensis

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Lugdunum was consoled by the prince for a ruinous disaster by a gift of four million sesterces, so that what was lost to the city might be replaced. Its people had previously offered this same amount for the distresses of Rome.
Ann Book XVI Chapter 13: Storms and pestilence

The disaffection of the colony of Lugdunum, which obstinately adhered to Nero
His Book I Chapter 51: Revolt of Vitellius. The start

The old feud between Lugdunum and Vienna had been kindled afresh by the late war. They had inflicted many losses on each other so continuously and so savagely that they could not have been fighting only for Nero or Galba. Galba had made his displeasure the occasion for diverting into the Imperial treasury the revenues of Lugdunum, while he had treated Vienna with marked respect. Thence came rivalry and dislike, and the two states, separated only by a river, were linked together by perpetual feud. Accordingly the people of Lugdunum began to work on the passions of individual soldiers, and to goad them into destroying Vienna, by reminding them, how that people had besieged their colony, had abetted the attempts of Vindex, and had recently raised legions for Galba. After parading these pretexts for quarrel, they pointed out how vast would be the plunder. From secret encouragement they passed to open entreaty. "Go," they said, "to avenge us and utterly destroy this home of Gallic rebellion.There all are foreigners and enemies; we are a Roman colony, a part of the Roman army, sharers in your successes and reverses. Fortune may declare against us. Do not abandon us to an angry foe."
His Book I Chapter 65: Revolt of Vitellius. Lugdunum and Vienna

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Sites and Museums in Roman Gaul: Lyon [AM]
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A: Roman remains. C: Coins. L: Links. M: Map. P: Peutinger

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Faustinus of Lyons(2878)
Eucherius of Lyons(3097)
Pothinus of Lyons(3108)
Irenaeus of Lyons(482)