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Article: Emperors of Rome: Probus

Emperors of Rome: Probus
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02 Nov 2011 Leave a Comment

Emperors of Rome: Probus

Adrian Murdoch continues the series with the emperor who seemed to have put some sort of 'probitas' idea in the head of his HA biographer:

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