This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1762 edition. Excerpt: ... Death, and was not murdered, Dr. S. has mistaken the Mistake of Nennius. He has omitted other Circumstances of Caraustus's Death, ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1762 edition. Excerpt: ... Death, and was not murdered, Dr. S. has mistaken the Mistake of Nennius. He has omitted other Circumstances of Caraustus's Death, of equal Authority. J Count Zabarella, - who reverenced the Memory of this. L 274..f Corrige met periculo, of a Genius inferior to C. er inferior in Genius to C. X Count Giacomo Zabarella, published at Padua in 1659, a Piece in Svo, intitled, II Carofio, overo origine regia iff augusta della ferenifsima famtglia Pe%ari di Venetia; in which he de duces the Pezari Family from Carausius, whom he calls King of England, as do all the antient Catalogues of the Englijb Kings, fays Gnebrtery P. 27. The Descendants of Carausius are faid to have settled first at Venice, under their original Name, but retiring afterwards in, troublesome Times to Pezare, at their Recal to Venice, changed it for that o(Pezart). This Book was so scarce, that G. could only borrow it of a Friend. From it he eflablilhes the Existence of Silvius the Son of Carausius, which he labours to confirm from Coins of Carausius, inscribed PR IN C IPI: IVVENTVT. But he acknowleges at the fame Time that the Count (who has also helpt us to a nameless Wife of Carausius, and an only Son cf Silvius, named Bonitius, and has introduced the drunken Btnafus into the Pedigree) " dot a "art I G. P. ifr "nated in his Bed while asleep."" J. For dun from Bede inclines to think Jllectus was bribed to take off his Master; a Juo milite non absque proditionis nota deceptus gladio per.it; and presently after subjoins the Words of Orojius above cited. Genebrier compares this Transaction to the Assassination of J. Casar, by Brutus.--Carausius had conceived so hith an Opinion of AlleUus, as to admit him to a Share of the Sovereignty with him; ejus permijfu...Read Less
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