Fester Lente — “make haste, but slowly” — was the motto guiding the Roman Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus as his forces fought the wars that guaranteed the Mediterranean world two centuries of peace.
… actually, I think that means ‘make pus slowly’ …
ante diem v idus apriles
- ludi Megalesia continue (day 6)
- 193 A.D. — Septimius Severus given the rank of Augustus