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Essential Battles of Roman History Early RepublicEssential Battles of Roman History Early Republic
Romans under Fabius Rullianus and Publius Decius Mus defeat Samnites, forcing a peace. Pescennius Niger
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Commodus – reigned starting 180-192Commodus – reigned starting 180-192
Dec. 31, 192 ad assassinated by Narcissus, his wrestling partner, who strangled him in the bath after being bribed by Marcia, his Christian concubine in a bid for power with Laetus, the praetorian prefect, and Electus. Pescennius Niger
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2008 fjcl state Latin Forum Pentathlon2008 fjcl state Latin Forum Pentathlon
Which of these words would be the same in the vocative singular as it is in the nominative singular?. Pescennius Niger
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This author wrote that “sometimes a piece of sun / burned like a coin in my hands,” in a poem whose fifth stanza consists entirely of questions such as “Where were you then? / Who else was there? / Saying what?This author wrote that “sometimes a piece of sun / burned like a coin in my hands,” in a poem whose fifth stanza consists entirely of questions such as “Where were you then? / Who else was there? / Saying what?
A poem by this author that refrains “it is the hour of departure” and “in you everything sank!” follows one that begins: “Tonight I can write the saddest lines.” For 10 points. Pescennius Niger
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N. A. Morozov had been the first to point out the parallels between the Second and the Third Roman Empire in [544]. However, lacking a prejudice-free methodology for the selection and comparison of parallel dynastiN. A. Morozov had been the first to point out the parallels between the Second and the Third Roman Empire in [544]. However, lacking a prejudice-free methodology for the selection and comparison of parallel dynasti
The Middle Ages referred to as the “Antiquity”. Mutual superimposition of the Second and the Third Roman Empire, both of which become identified as the respective kingdoms of Israel and Judah. Pescennius Niger
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1. The Chronology of the Roman Emperors during this Period 1 Introduction1. The Chronology of the Roman Emperors during this Period 1 Introduction
The Chronology of Europe from the Reign of Septimius Severus to that of Maurice, according to Sources from the Fourth to the Ninth Centuries. Pescennius Niger
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The Project Gutenberg ebook of The History of The Decline and Fall of theThe Project Gutenberg ebook of The History of The Decline and Fall of the
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Istanbul comenius meetingIstanbul comenius meeting
Istanbul is a transcontinental city, straddling the Bosphorus—one of the world's busiest waterways—in northwestern Turkey, between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its commercial and historical center lies in Europe. Pescennius Niger
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Roman aggression and expansion, ad 69-235 Much fuller integration of the region into the Roman empireRoman aggression and expansion, ad 69-235 Much fuller integration of the region into the Roman empire
Advance of Roman military into the Syrian and Arabian steppe and desert, and down the Euphrates river. Pescennius Niger
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Scenarios 1 to 5 appeared in Vae Victis n°42 and n°6 in n°43Scenarios 1 to 5 appeared in Vae Victis n°42 and n°6 in n°43
This hypothetical Scenario (after having been proclaimed emperor by the legions of Syria, Avidius Cassius was assassinated, before starting his campaign against Marc-Aurèle) is designed to familiarise the players with the game’s mechanisms. Pescennius Niger
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Roman history, 31bc to 476ad area c tsjcl competition, february 2011Roman history, 31bc to 476ad area c tsjcl competition, february 2011
While Octavian is considered the winner at Actium, this general-turned-admiral engineered the victory. Pescennius Niger
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List of Wars, Important Battles, Revolts, and Events of Roman History Rape of the Sabine WomenList of Wars, Important Battles, Revolts, and Events of Roman History Rape of the Sabine Women
Rape of the Sabine Women – The Romans, wanting children, invited the local Sabines to the festival of Neptune Equester and then kidnapped women so that they could beget their children. Pescennius Niger
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Roman provincial coinageRoman provincial coinage
This survey is not intended to be exhaustive, nor to duplicate fully (though it does so in part) bibliographical information provided elsewhere. The format is generally similar to that of my other bibliographies. Pescennius Niger
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Background 6 The Imperators 6Background 6 The Imperators 6
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