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Vitellius was a notorious glutton. He lived for food; banqueting three or four times a day, routinely vomiting up his meals. The crazy caesars use frames. If your browser doesnt support frames and Javascript, you can try to load the text-only page.
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Suetonius • Life of Domitian
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Emperor Domitian
Domitian October September was Roman emperor from to Domitian was the third and last emperor of the Flavian dynasty . Domitians youth and early career were largely spent in the shadow of his brother Titus , who gained military renown during the First War . This situation continued under the rule of his father Vespasian
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