"Clovis, king of the Franks, has sent me to thee," said Aurelian.
Aurelian weighed the offence and decided on the just measures of retribution.
After Aurelian there is nothing earlier than Charles the Bald.
Zenobia was a fine woman and a queen, but she had to walk in Aurelian's triumph.
Aurelian broke the Silence, by telling him the Misfortune of his Governour.
Aurelian was Confounded at the Difficulty he conceived on his Part.
Not all (said Aurelian) there is an ungainness in some which betrays them.
The piety of Aurelian is in the mouths of men not less than his glory.
That Aurelian has put to death his own niece, the princess Aurelia?'
I think I could make that, that should satisfy Aurelian and Rome.'