Cap. VI: De Fide et Perfidia

In: Grotiana

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  • 4

    Herodotus, Hist. 7.133, referred to in ibp II.18.5–6, along with similar trespassings at the hands of the Athenians.

  • 17

    Val. Max., Memor. 6.6.2. The incident is recorded in ibp II.18.7 with reference to Liv. 30.25.10 and Val. Max. Memor. 6.6.2.

  • 30

    Plutarch, Romulus 17, 3.

  • 63

    A notorious incident from 1572. Cf. Ann. & Hist., ed. 1658, at p. 53 (Ann. II).

  • 73

    Cassius Dio, Hist. Rom. 55.24.7–8.; cf. Suet. Caligula 43.

  • 89

    Fl. Jos., Bell. Jud. 1.33.9, as observed by Lipsius, ibid., at p. 219, D: ‘De Herode quidem lego Iudaeae, habuisse eum in satellitio Germanos’, with reference to Fl. Jos. Lib. XVII.

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  • 102

    By the treaty of 1428, in a very questionable move.

  • 104

    After the Concord of Worms (1122) the bishops of Utrecht lost the imperial support and started to fend for themselves.

  • 149

    The Spanish Fury of 1574. Cf. Ann. & Hist., ed.1 658, at 60 (Ann. II); ipc, Ch. XI (f. 72r-v); Antiq. 1610, Ch. vi.6.

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