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The Epitome de Caesaribus is a Latin historical work written at the end of the 4th century. It is a brief account of the reigns of the emperors from Augustus
Augustus
to Theodosius the Great. It is attributed to Aurelius Victor, but was written by an anonymous author who was very likely a pagan. The author used the so-called Enmannsche Kaisergeschichte and the (now lost) Annales of Virius Nicomachus Flavianus
Virius Nicomachus Flavianus
(a friend of Quintus Aurelius Symmachus). Although very brief in length and not always reliable, it also contains useful information. Bibliography[edit]

Jörg A. Schlumberger: Die Epitome de Caesaribus. Untersuchungen zur heidnischen Geschichtsschreibung des 4. Jahrhunderts n. Chr., C.H. Beck, Munich 1974.

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Epitome de Caesaribus (Latin text) Epitome de Caesaribus (English

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