res gestae

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rule of evidence that covers words that are so closely associated with an occurrence that the words are considered part of the occurrence and as such their report does not violate the hearsay rule

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A document as important to our understanding of Roman history as the Res Gestae of Augustus depended on a chance event: a group of travelers through the Ottoman Empire who stopped overnight in Ankara and saw and copied the bronze monument now known as the Monumentum Ancyranum.
Following a brief `overview' and discussion of the Res gestae (also discussed and transcribed in an appendix), Prof.
Publications include the Lee County Bar Association's Res Gestae monthly magazine, Fit Nation bimonthly magazine and Bishop Verot's Black & Gold Alumni quarterly magazine.
Book 25 of the Res Gestae is the final part of Ammianus' trilogy on the Persian expedition under Roman emperor Julian, and the last in which Julian himself plays a leading part.
The goal was to depict events from ancient and modern history that would characterize earthbound res gestae at their qualified best and irredeemable worst.