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- Coriolanus was a Roman patrician of the early Republican period of Rome.
- Coriolanus is a play written by Shakespeare.
- Coriolanus is a very striking figure.
- Coriolanus is one of Shakespeare's later plays, appearing about 1607.
- Coriolanus was banished after a successful military career and sought to get back at the Romans by allying himself with their enemy, the Volscians.
- Lentulus was also a writer of erotic poetry.
- Lentulus was at that time Praetor, and the persons of public officers were sacred.
- Lentulus was lowered into that place; then the executioners garroted him with a cord according to their instructions.
- Lentulus was to be president of their councils, Cassius was to manage the firing of the city, and Cethegus the massacre.
- She had been the wife of Tiberius while Caius and Lucius Caesar were in their glory, and had disdained him as an unequal match.
- Ann. 1.43); he wished to avoid a possible confrontation with Gaius and Lucius Caesar, with whom he did not get along (Dio 55.9.1-6; Suet.
- It was dedicated to his two sons, Gaius_Julius_Caesar_Vipsanianus and Lucius Caesar, adopted heirs of Augustus who both died young.
- Together with Lucius Antonius, Mark Antony's brother, she raised eight legions in Italy to fight for Antony's rights against Octavian.
- Octavian besieged Fulvia and Lucius Antonius in the winter of 41 --- 40 BC, starving them into surrender.
- His father died at a young age, leaving him and his brothers, [[Lucius Antonius|Lucius]] and [[Gaius Antonius|Gaius]], to the care of his mother.
- Lucullus is a flattering lord in Timon of Athens.
- Lucullus was the elder, but Pompey the more distinguished by his more numerous commands and his two triumphs.
- Lucullus was the man responsible for bringing the sweet cherry and the apricot to Rome.
- Lucullus was unable to continue the war on account of his brother-in-law, and Clodius soon found himself unwelcome (Kahn 115).
- Nazarius was taught the faith by Saint Peter.
- Paulinus says distinctly that the date on which Nazarius suffered martyrdom is unknown.
- They landed at Genoa, and Nazarius decided that they ought to try once more to convert the people of Milan.
- Details of Philodemus' biography are scarce.
- Philodemus does not stand out in histories of philosophy.
- Some of the Greek papyrus was originally from the library of their ancestor and Epicurean philosopher - Philodemus of Gadara.
- Pontius Pilate was sent to him after massacring the Samaritans, and tiridates was set up (briefly) on the Parthian throne, as a result of Vitellius' actions.
- Pontius Pilate was the fifth governor of the Roman province of Judaea.
- Pompey is also a common nickname for the English city of Portsmouth and its football team.
- Pompey is also the nickname of the city of Portsmouth in Hampshire, England.
- Pompey is one of the key antagonists in the fourth season of ''Xena: Warrior Princess'', portrayed by Australian actor Jeremy Callaghan.
- Pompey was 23 years old.
- Pompey was a rival and an ally of Marcus Crassus, and Gaius Julius Caesar.
- Sulla is the first Roman general to act against the state in this way, and set a dangerous and often repeated sentiment.
- Sulla was a patrician, and a traditional political conservative, who had served under Marius as a competent officer in Numidia and Germany.
- Sulla was appointed by the Senate, however later Marius won appointment by the Assembly with the help of Publius Sulpicius Rufus.
- Sulla was born into a branch of the Cornelii gens, of impeccable Patrician background but at the time financially challenged.
- Sulla was carrying Aristotle's manuscript with him, which he planned on taking to Rome.
- Stilicho is a great man, and I have had the honor of knowing him personally.
- Stilicho was commander-in-chief of the western armies (magister utriusque militiae praesentalis).
- Stilicho was put to death in that same year, and, with all restraints removed, the Visigoths marched on Italy.
- Stilicho was regent for the Roman Empire while Emperor Honorius was a minor.
- Stilicho was the son of a VANDAL cavalry officer and a Roman lady.
- Tullus Hostilius is simply the duplicate of Romulus.
- Tullus Hostilius was a warring king.
- Tullus Hostilius was chosen by the senators because he was a Roman and because his grandfather had fought with Romulus against the Sabines.
- Tullus Hostilius was much like Romulus in his warlike behavior and completely unlike Numa in his lack of respect for the gods.
- The seventh argument is like the preceding, and is taken from the example of Sergius Paulus, which has been already mentioned.
- For it is not universally true, as Sergius Paulus, the deputy governor of Cyprus, had long before professed the Christian religion.
- Elymas the sorcerer is struck blind before Sergius Paulus.
- Roman jurists clearly separated the legal right to use a thing (ownership) from the factual ability to use and manipulate the thing (possession).
- His voluminous and exhaustive treatise on Civil Law remained a text-book for centuries, and was a foundation for the Writings of all later Roman jurists.
- Some Roman jurists introduced Ius naturale as a further category.
- According to legend, Numa Pompilius was the second of the Kings of Rome, succeeding Romulus.
- The next king of Rome, according to tradition, was Tatius's son-in-law, Numa Pompilius, a peaceable and pious man.
- Most of the book discusses religious laws, beginning with approaching God in purity taken from Numa Pompilius and moving on to the Twelve Tables.
- Mark Antony is a trimvir in Antony and Cleopatra.
- Mark Antony is a very, very dominant figure in Roman history as you know.
- Mark Antony was an excellent soldier, but his lack of experience in naval engagements was to be his downfall.
- Mark Antony was the son and grandson of men of the same name.
- Julius CAESAR was the first Roman general to cast his eye toward the vast untamed wilderness and tribes of the barbarian world beyond the Rhine.
- Julius Caesar is a play written by Shakespeare.
- Julius Caesar is an excellent choice of reading material for senior high school students.
- Julius Caesar is the most famous Roman, and every collector wants one of his coins.
- Julius Caesar was a Dictator Perpetuus ("life-long dictator "), which was a highly irregular form of dictator, an official position in the Roman republic.
- So Caius came out in a solemn manner, and offered sacrifice to Augustus Caesar, in whose honor indeed these shows were celebrated.
- The Annals was Tacitus' final work, covering the period from the death of Augustus Caesar in the year 14.
- When Augustus Caesar Octavian, Caesar's heir and adopted son, arrived in Italy in April, Cicero formed a plan to play him against Antony.
- The ancient Romans were down-to-earth realists, not idealists.
- The ancient Romans were great builders.
- The ancient Romans were great orators.
- The ancient Romans were like our fathers in their willingness or desire to tell us of themselves.
- The ancient Romans were very different from the ancient Greeks.
- And I beg of you, O Caius Aquillius, and of you the assessors, that you will attend to it carefully.
- In 89BC it had been the turn of one Manius Aquillius.
- Aquillius sells the territory of Phrygia to King Mithridates V of Pontus and takes the money for himself.
- March 4, circa 304: Adrian of Nicomedia is martyred for converting to the Christian faith.
- Adrian of Nicomedia, an ancient pagan officer who converted to Christianity, looks after arms dealers and butchers.
- Aegidius was allied to Childeric I, King of the Salian Franks, and helped him defeat the Visigoths at Orleans in 463.
- Aegidius was allied with Childeric I and on his death, which occurred in uncertain circumstances, was succeeded by his son Syagrius.
- Aegidius was the preceptor of the French king, Philip IV, the Fair, at whose request he wrote the work "De regimine Principum".
- He left power in the hands of the commander of the guard, Aelius Sejanus.
- Aelius Sejanus begins to dominate the Roman Senate and Tiberius, after the death of Julius Caesar Drusus.
- He finally withdrew to his villa in Capri and placed the Roman government in the hands of his praetorian prefect, Aelius Sejanus.
- He had at least two sons; one was Aemilius Lepidus Paullus; and the other (name unknown) married Cornelia Scipio.
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- The fact of his being addressed by Ovid in one of the epistles Ex Ponto shows that he was alive long after Aemilius Macer.
- Aemilius Macer of Verona was a Roman didactic poet.
- Africanus was from the Santones, one of the states of Gaul; the origin of Quadratus I have not ascertained.
- Africanus was outraged, going as far as destroying the campaign's financial records while on the floor of the Senate as an act of defiance.
- Albinovanus Pedo, Roman poet, flourished during the Augustan age.
- A fragment of an epic by Albinovanus Pedo evidently describes the ordeal on the North Sea.
- Alypius of Antioch was a geographer of the mid 4th century who was sent by the emperor Julian into Britain as vicarius.
- Julian thought to rebuild at an extravagant expense the proud Temple once at Jerusalem, and committed this task to Alypius of Antioch.
- Ambrosius Aurelianus is one of the few people Gildas identifies by name in his sermon De Excidio Britanniae.
- Ambrosius Aurelianus was a Romano-British military commander against the Anglo-Saxon invasion.
- Ambrosius Aurelianus (also sometimes referred to as Aurelius Ambrosius) was a powerful Romano-British leader in Britain.
- Ancus Marcius was the grandson of King Numa Pompilius by his daughter.
- Antinous is also the lover within our hearts, the origin of our desire for beauty.
- Antinous was the perfect eromenos for Hadrian.
- Antinous was the last great god to arise from the Roman Empire.
- Apicius is a text to be used in the kitchen.
- Apicius was a name applied to three celebrated Roman epicures : The first of whom lived during the Republic.
- Appius Claudius was also the father-in-law of Tiberius Gracchus.
- Appius Claudius was keenly alive to the chance that he might not be reelected, in spite of his age and the honours he had enjoyed.
- Appius Claudius was sent against the Volscians, the Aequi were left for Quinctius to deal with.
- Appius Claudius was sent against the Volscians; the Æquans fell to Quinctius as his province.
- Appius Claudius was sent against the Volscians; the --quans fell to Quinctius as his province.
- Atia was a religious and caring matron.
- Atia was so fearful for her son's safety that she and Philippus urged him to renounce his rights as Caesar's heir.
- Aulus Platorius Nepos was a Roman politician of the early 2nd century.
- There were two armies on the bank of the Rhine; that named the upper army had Caius Silius for general; the lower was under the charge of Aulus Caecina.
- That year triumphal honours were decreed to Aulus Caecina, Lucius Apronius, Caius Silius for their achievements under Germanicus.
- The major Roman source, Varro 's book on the pontiffs, is lost: only a little of it survives in Aulus Gellius and Nonius Marcellus.
- Pacuvius' epitaph, said to have been composed by himself, is quoted by Aulus Gellius (i.
- Ep. v. 20. But eloquentiae is the reading of most of the MSS., and loquentiae, if Aulus Gellius (i.
- Ausonius was a Christian, but gives so little evidence of it that the fact has been questioned.
- Ausonius was active during the mid to late 4th century AD (he died ca.
- Ausonius was apparently with Gratian during this time, as their experiences were the basis for his poem Bissula and two epigrams about the Danube River.
- Avidius Cassius, the new governor of Syria, took over the legions in his province in 165.
- The Roman general Avidius Cassius captured Ctesiphon during another Parthian war in 164, but abandoned it when peace was concluded.
- Avidius Cassius, who led the Roman forces in the war, declared himself Emperor, and was acknowledged by the armies of Syria and Egypt.
- Avidius Quietus was made governor of Roman Britain in c.
- Balista was Praetorian prefect under the Macriani, and possibly also under Valerian, whom he accompanied to the East.
- The balista was a weapon related to catapults, but which fired stones or heavy javelins weighing 6-7 pounds each, and with ranges of up to 450-500 yards.
- Barea Soranus, Roman senator, lived in the reign of Nero.
- Musonius Rufus then made a violent attack on Publius Celer, accusing him of having brought about the destruction of Barea Soranus by perjury.
- As for the impeachment of Barea Soranus, Ostorius Sabinus, a Roman knight, had already claimed it for himself.
- May some choice patron bless each grey goose quill, May every Bavius have his Bufo still.
- Bavius and Maevius were two stupid and malevolent critics in the age of Augustus Caesar who belittled and attacked the talents of superior writers.
- In the Dunciad, Book III, Pope has Bavius dip the transmigrating souls of poetasters in Lethe, making them doubly stupid before being born as hack writers.
- Blossius was spared, probably because he had connexions with some of the nobles rather than because his reply inspired respect.
- Bonifacius followed close upon the track of his orthodox coadjutor Charles.
- But Aetius, anticipating her, wrote to Bonifacius secretly that the mother of the emperor was plotting against him and wished to put him out of the way.
- Haneberg, Daniel Bonifacius von - German prelate and Orientalist of the nineteenth century, b.
- Probus had also put down three usurpers, Saturninus, Proculus and Bonosus.
- The younger Heraclius' cousin Niketas launched an overland invasion of Egypt; by 609, he had defeated Phocas's general Bonosus and secured the province.
* Caecilius Statius
* Caesar Augustus
* Caesar Julius
* Caesius Bassus
* Caesius Nasica
* Cassius Chaerea
* Cato The Elder
* Cato The Younger
* Claudia Severa
* Claudius Pompeianus
* Count Theodosius
* Domitius Afer
* Domitius Marsus
* Drusus Caesar
* Drusus Claudius Nero
* Drusus Julius Caesar
* Families of Rome
* Flavia Domitilla
* Flavius Martinus
* Flavius Victor
* Gaius Antonius Hybrida
* Gaius Asinius Gallus
* Gaius Calpurnius Piso
* Gaius Iulius Marcus
* Gaius Julius Solinus
* Gaius Maecenas
* Gaius Manilius
* Gaius Norbanus
* Gaius Rabirius
* Gaius Rubellius Blandus
* Gaius Terentius Varro
* Gaius Valerius Flaccus
* Gaius Valerius Pudens
* Gallus Caesar
* Germanus of Auxerre
* Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus
* Gnaeus Naevius
* Granius Licinianus
* Helvidius Priscus
* Helvius Cinna
* Julius Florus
* Lentulus Batiatus
* Licinius Macer
* Lucius Aelius
* Lucius Alfenus Senecio
* Lucius Appuleius Saturninus
* Lucius Calpurnius Piso
* Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus
* Lucius Lucceius
* Lucius Marcius Philippus
* Lucius Neratius Marcellus
* Lucius Pinarius
* Lucius Sextius
* Lucius Tarquinius Superbus
* Lucius Vorenus
* Mamercus Aemilius Scaurus
* Marcus Aemilius Lepidus
* Marcus Caelius Rufus
* Marcus Cornelius Fronto
* Marcus Furius Bibaculus
* Marcus Junius Silanus Torquatus
* Marcus Livius Drusus
* Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus
* Marcus Perperna
* Marcus Popillius Laenas
* Marcus Terentius Varro
* Marcus Valerius Messalla
* Marcus Vettius Bolanus
* Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
* Naevius Sutorius Macro
* Nero Caesar
* Pliny The Elder
* Pompeius Strabo
* Postumus Agrippa
* Publius Clodius Pulcher
* Publius Decius Mus
* Publius Metilius Nepos
* Publius Rupilius
* Quintus Claudius Quadrigarius
* Quintus Curtius Rufus
* Quintus Hortensius
* Quintus Marcius Rex
* Quintus Pompeius Falco
* Quintus Roscius Gallus
* Quintus Veranius
* Remmius Palaemon
* Romans In Britain
* Rubellius Plautus
* Rufrius Crispinus
* Sallustius Lucullus
* Scipio Aemilianus Africanus
* Scribonius Largus
* Seneca The Elder
* Servilius Casca
* Servius Tullius
* Sextus Afranius Burrus
* Sextus Julius Frontinus
* Sextus Propertius
* Sextus Tarquinius
* Sidonius Apollinaris
* Spurius Cassius Vecellinus
* Tarquinius Priscus
* Tiberius Claudius Nero
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* Tiberius Gracchus
* Titus Annius Milo
* Titus Desticius Juba
* Titus Flavius Sabinus
* Titus Labienus
* Titus Larcius
* Ulpius Marcellus
* Varius Marcellus
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