FISCIFinal Ionic State Configuration Interaction
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Perhaps he did indeed gain the post of advocatus fisci (so Gowing 16-17), which might have important implications for his historiographical perspective (see below).
Gowing argues that Appian is much more interested than Dio in the socioeconomic and even financial aspects of the turbulence of 44-36/35 B.C., and he would relate this distinctive historiographical approach to Appian's (alleged) stint as advocatus fisci (see Gowing 17, 78, 83, 92, 256; cf.