Note 071
From Chapter 43 of the Decline & Fall

The rubor of Domitian is stigmatized, quaintly enough, by the pen of Tacitus, (in Vit. Agricola c. 45.); and has been likewise noticed by the younger Pliny, (Panegyr. c. 48.) and Suetonius (in Domitian, c. 18, and Casaubon ad locum). Procopius (Anecdot. c. 8) foolishly believes that only one bust of Domitian had reached the vith century.

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