Re: please help!

From: David L. Moore (
Date: Tue Oct 14 1997 - 11:59:56 EDT

Juan Stam B <> wrote:

>Greetings B-Greekers! I m always fascinated by the discussions that go
>back and forth on B-Greek and am grateful for all the kowledgeable
>contributions. It s a great help on keeping the Greek alive and fresh.
>I m wondering if somebody would be able to locate a passage in Suetonius
>for me. My Spanish copy does not give verse identifications. In my
>copy the passage is four pages from the end of *Domitian*, right after
>Suetonius reports the condemnation of Flavius Clemente. The text I want
>to locate reads: *Tomorrow the moon will be bloodied in the sign of
>Acquarius and an event will occur about which the whole world will talk*
>I ll be very grateful if someone can give me the exact reference for this
>quote (for a commentary I m writing in Spanish)

Greetings Juan,

        I find it at the following: Seutonius, _The Twelve Caesars_, XII
(Domitian):16. The "16" designates the paragraph which contains the quote
you cited.

David Moore

David L. Moore
Miami, Florida, USA
Southeastern Spanish District of the A/G Dept. of Education
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