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Adj.1.65 - being five more than sixty65 - being five more than sixty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Pagan focuses on the narratives surrounding five conspiracies that will be familiar to all but the most casual students of Roman history: the Catilinarian conspiracy of 63 BCE, as narrated by Sallust; the Bacchanalian affair of 186 BCE, as narrated by Livy; the Pisonian conspiracy of 65 CE, as narrated by Tacitus; the assassination of Caligula in 41 CE, as narrated by Josephus; and the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BCE, as narrated by Appian.
I note, in particular, the opening pages of chapter 3, the chapter devoted to Tacitus's narrative of the Pisonian conspiracy of 65 CE. Pagan begins with a discussion of the trial and death of Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso, implicated in the poisoning of Germanicus, in 20 CE.