Flavius

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Flavius

loyal and upright steward of Timon. [Br. Lit.: Timon of Athens]
See: Loyalty
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Flavii Sosipatri Charisii Artis Grammaticae Libri V, Diomedis Artis Grammaticae Libri III,
See, e.g., Charisius, Flavii Sosipatri Charisii Artis grammaticae libri V, ed.
(1999): "Forum municipii flavii caparensis", Empories, 51, pp.
Among the most distinguished Flavii of this period are the Flavii of Marathon, who achieved extraordinary honors in many fields of endeavor, including philosophy, rhetoric, sophistic, poetry, religion (viz., the hierophant Glaukos), and the Roman imperial service.
After all, many families of Sabine descent (the Porcii, Aurelii, Valerii, Claudii, and Flavii) believed that the origins of the Sabines lay in Sparta, via several mythical Spartans (e.g.
Gilmartin Wallace, `The Flavii Sabini in Tacitus', Historia 36 (1987), pp.