Text #683Roman History .
[AmmMarc. 23.5.12. Translated by C. D. Yonge. George Bell and Sons. 1894 p. 327]
On the next day, which was the 7th of April, as the sun was setting, suddenly the air became darkened, and all light wholly disappeared, and after repeated claps of thunder and flashes of lightning, a soldier named Jovianus was struck by the lightning and killed, with two horses which he was leading back from the river to which he had taken them to drink.