See Vopiscus in Hist. August, p. 220, 242 [Aurel. c. 32; Firmus, c. 2.] As an instance of luxury, it is observed that he had glass windows. He was remarkable for his strength and appetite, his courage and dexterity. From the latter of Aurelian we may justly infer that Firmus was the last of the rebels, and consequently that Tetricus was already suppressed.