Eutropius, Short History 7.10.3
TextTanto autem amore etiam apud barbaros fuit, ut reges populi Romani amici in honorem eius conderent civitates, quas Caesareas nominarent, sicut in Mauritania a rege Iuba, et in Palaestina, quae nunc urbs est clarissima.
Textual NoteEd. Droysen 1879
TranslationNevertheless, (Caesar Augustus) was the object of such great affection, even among the barbarians, that kings who were friends of the Roman people founded cities in his honor which were called Caesarea, such as the one in Mauretania (established) by king Juba, and the one in Palestine, which is now a very famous city.
Translation NoteRev. Bird 1993
- 1 ch: 7.10.3. , ch: 7.10.3.
- 2 Eutropius, The Breviarium Ab Urbe Condita of Eutropius: The Right Honourable Secretary of State for General Petitions, Dedicated to Lord Valens, Gothicus Maximus and Perpetual Emperor, trans. H. W. Bird, Translated Texts for Historians 14 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1993)
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