Lucius (or Publius) Annaeus Florus composed an epitome of Roman history in the early 2nd century AD. He availed himself of historical works written by [older/elder] historians. His principle source supposedly was Livius.
»Epitome de Tito Livio ...« – »Epitome of the Histories of Titus Livy ...« is the name of his work in which he describes the epochs of Rome’s history corresponding to the phases of a human life. His merit lies more in his elaborate rhetorical style than in historical accuracy.