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SPARTIANUS 89.32%
A Roman historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORLAe, AUGUSASTAe.)
 
SCRIPTORES HISTORIAE AUGUSTAE 47.59%
The name given to the six authors of biographies of the Roman emperors, united at an uncertain date into a single collection. The biographies extend from Hadrian to Numerian, 117-284 A.D. (with the exception of the years 244-253). Of the six biographers, Aelianus Spartianus, Volcatius Gallicanus, and Trebellius Pollio wrote under Diocletian;Flavius Vopiscus Syracusius, Aelius Lampridius, and Julius Capitolinus under Constantius Chlorus and Constantine the Great. The biographies are merely dry compilations from the lost writings (1) of Marius Maximus (who at the beginning of the 3rd century, under Alexander Severus, continued the work of Suetonius by writing the lives of the emperors from Nerva to Elagatbalus); and (2) of his contemporary Junius Cordus, who wrote biographies of the less famous emperors. In spite of their deficiencies in style and spirit, they are of value as authorities for history.
 
JULIUS CAPITOLINUS 47.59%
A Roman historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORIAe AUGUSTAe.)
 
JUNIUS CORDUS 47.59%
A Roman historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORIAe AUGUSTAe.)
 
TREBELLIUS POLLIO 47.59%
A Roman historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORIAe AUGUSTAe.)
 
VOPISCUS 47.59%
A Roman historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORIAe AUGUSTAe.)
 
VULCATIUS GALLICANUS 47.59%
A Roman historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORIAe AUGUSTAe.)
 
CAPITOLINUS 43.55%
See HISTORLE AUGUSTAe SCRIPTORES.
 
MARIUS MAXIMUS 41.81%
Latin historian. (See SCRIPTORES HISTORIAe AUGUSTAe and SUETONIUS).
 
LAMPRIDIUS 41.36%
One of the Scriptores Historioe Augustoe (q.v.).
 
AELIUS 26.40%
Aelius Lampridius and Aelius Spartianus, Roman historians of the Empire. (See SCRIPTORES HIST. AUG.)
 
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