STATIUS Proximus

STATIUS Proximus
tribunus cohortis praetoriae, per Subrium ac Sulpitium, in societatem coniurationis contra Neronem adsumptus. Tacit. l. 15, Annal. c. 50. Post detectâ re veniam, quam ab Imperatore accepit, vanitate exitus corrupit, Ibid. c. 71.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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