Herod Agrippa (NT)

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    at the hand of their friends or soldiers & obtained it becaus they [were] Defeated in battle. It is observed that not one of those who had a hand in the Death of Caesar Died a natural Death but either killed themselves or were killed by others, in fine suicide was a common thing among the grecian & Roman Generals soldiers & poets, many Died by the use of hemlock & other poisons, as well as by the Dagger. Cleopatra sought Death by the sting of ...