Note 052
From Chapter 22 of the Decline & Fall

Julian, in Misopogon, p. 340. Julius Caesar had offended the Roman people by reading his despatches during the actual race. Augustus indulged their taste, or his own, by his constant attention to the important business of the Circus, for which he professed the warmest inclination. Suetonius in Augustus c. 45.

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