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Domitian (Titus Flāvius Domitiānus), 

The Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World

younger son of Vespasian, b. ad 51, remained in Rome during his father's campaign against Vitellius. Surrounded on the Capitol with his uncle, he managed to escape and on Vitellius' death was proclaimed Caesar by the Flavian army, though the real power lay with ... ...

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