Note 008
From Chapter 15 of the Decline & Fall

Jussi a Caio Cesare, effigiem ejus in templo locare, arma potius sumpsere.—Tacitus, The Histories, v. 9.

Philo and Josephus give a very circumstantial, but a very rhetorical, account of this transaction, which exceedingly perplexed the governor of Syria. At the first mention of this idolatrous proposal king Agrippa fainted away, and did not recover his senses until the third day.

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