Appian

Ap'piĀ·an adjective [ Latin Appius , Appianus .] Of or pertaining to Appius. Appian Way , the great paved highway from ancient Rome trough Capua to Brundisium, now Brindisi, constructed partly by Appius Claudius, about 312 b. c.
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Appian

• (a.) Of or pertaining to Appius.
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Appian

Appian was a Roman historian of the second century. He was a native of Alexandria, was governor and manager of the imperial revenues under Hadrian, Trajan, and Antoninus Pius, in Rome. He compiled in Greek a Roman history, from the earliest times to those of Augustus, in twenty-four books, of which only eleven have come down to us.
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