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know of his life and career what he sees fit to tell us, particularly in the final books. He came from Nicaea in Bithynia, a region located in the North of Asia Minor which had become a Roman province in 74 BC, at which point it was ceded to Rome by its

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Komödie und Pornographie

Catulls Carm. 10 über die Gefahren erotischer Literatur

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author:
Heiko Ullrich

zur ersehnten cena zu erhalten. Thematisch kehrt Carm . 10 zur homerischen Grundsituation zurück. Huc ut uenimus, incidere nobis sermones uarii: In quibus, quid esset iam Bithynia, quo modo se haberet; et quonam mihi profuisset aere. (5–8) 36 Bei

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Szarmata Érmek Fejdíszként Egy Békésszentandrási Késő Szarmata Női Sírból

A Headdress of Sarmatian coins from a Woman’s Grave Dating from the late Sarmatian Period

Archaeologiai Értesítő
Author:
Lajos Juhász

Imperial Coinage IV/1 . London 1936 . RPC IV/2 Heuchert , Volker : Roman Provincial Coinage RPC IV/1 . The Antonines (AD 138–192): Cyrenaica and Crete to Bithynia-Pontus . Online 2005 ( https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/ ) RPC IV/2 Heuchert

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under his father Hamilcar. He then spent the years from 218–203 in Italy. After his return and self-exile from Carthage in 196, he lived eastward in the Mediterranean (Crete, Tyre, Asia Minor, Armenia, Bithynia, etc.) for the rest of his life until 183

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-like face and a shaggy mop of hair. Following his epiphany, the whole populace became filled with religious fervor and crazed with expectations. 4 In only a short period of time, others from the surrounding regions of Bithynia

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Dio is, finally, at pains to specify that, in Italy and at Rome, no emperor had endorsed such a cult during his lifetime and, here again, he sets himself apart from the “Greeks”, because even in his home province of Bithynia, such action had been

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from Syria, Thracia, Bithynia and individuals coming from the Greek speaking territories of the Balkans and especially from the western provinces in much lower. The ratio of eastern elements is especially significant in the Severan period or slightly

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. Scholars who have drawn attention to the importance of nutrition have included Asclepiades of Bithynia (29/124 BC – 40 BC), Galen of Pergamon (129–216), and Avicenna (980–1037), and in Hungary Ferenc Pápai Páriz (1649–1726), István Mátyus (1725

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governor of Bithynia-Pontus, in his answer to Plinius’ letter, the soil of an alien country that had been conquered previously was not capable of consecration according to Roman law and therefore there were no legal consequences for the destruction of

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