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Vespasian

(9—79 ad)


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(ad 9–79),

Roman emperor 69–79 and founder of the Flavian dynasty, father of Titus. He was acclaimed emperor by the legions in Egypt during the civil wars following the death of Nero and gained control of Italy after the defeat of Vitellius.

Subjects: Classical Studies.


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