Excerpt from Andivius Hedulio: Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire
Y no means absurd, it'seems to me, but altogether rea sonable, is the impulse which urges me to write out a detailed narrative of my years of adversity and of the vicis situdes which befell me during that wretched period of my life. My adventures, in themselves, were worthy of record and my memories of them and of the men and women encoun tered in them are clear and Vivid. It is natural that I should wish to set them down for the edification of my posterity and of any who may chance to read them.
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