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Seneca the Elder and His Rediscovered ›Historiae ab initio bellorum civilium‹
The very often above mentioned Testimonium and Fragmenta of the historiographical work of Seneca the Elder are given in full below. They respectively consist, on one side, in a few lines from the so-called de vita patris linked to the name of the younger Seneca (T1) and, on the other side, in two passages from Suetonius' life of Tiberius (F1) and from the later Institutiones of Lactantius (F2). Their texts follow FRHist II 982-985 n°74, where an English translation is found. The corpus ofdoi:10.1515/9783110688665-018 fatcat:pzoakbug65eunpuprrq5ilmgvq