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VESPASIAN (TITUS FLAVIUS VESPASIANUS)
Italian emperor of Rome
(9 - 79)

It becomes an emperor to die standing (i.e., "in harness").
  [Lat., Decet imperatorem statem mori.]
      - [Death]

Money has no smell.
      - [Money]

Quell rebellion before it spreads.
      - [Rebellion]

Riches are well, if gotten well and spent well.
      - [Riches]

The body of a dead enemy always smells sweet.
  [Fr., Le corps d'un ennemi mort sent toujours bon.]
      - attributed to,
        also attributed to Charles IX of France
        [Enemies]


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