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- Ah, Aristides opposed it, sir, aha!
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Who is Aristides?
Aristides was an ancient Athenian statesman. Nicknamed "the Just", he flourished in the early quarter of Athens' Classical period and is remembered for his generalship in the Persian War. The ancient historian Herodotus cited him as "the best and most honourable man in Athens", and he received similarly reverent treatment in the writing of the philosopher Plato.
- born in 0529 B.C. (2545 years ago) in Athens
- died in 0467 B.C. (2483 years ago)
Aristides was an American Thoroughbred racehorse that won the first Kentucky Derby in 1875.
- born in (144 years ago), child of Leamington
- died in (123 years ago)
Aristides a.k.a. Aristides Inácio da Silva is a fictional representation of Aristides Inácio da Silva, father of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
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Rip Tide (2011)
A Novel by Stella Rimington
To: Liz Carlyle From: Peggy Kinsolving Re: The Aristides Ref: TH/CTEcna342 The Aristides is a container ship leased by UCSO from Xenides Shipping. UCSO has an Athens office because Greece remains an important hub of commercial ...
The Ethics of Everyday Life (2014)
Moral Theology, Social Anthropology, and the Imagination of the Human by Michael Banner
of practices of 'fictive kinship' as the anthropologists might term them, to which Aristides is an early witness. We know that in the early monasteries, avowed celibates.
300 B. C. -A. D. 300 by George Alexander Kennedy
aspects of sophistry: Dio's Olympic Discourse is a panegyric, the tenth oration of Aristides is a birthday Speech for Apollo, there is an epithalamion by the fourth century orator Himerius, the prosphonetic is a variety of the royal address such as ...
Aristides is a short but vigorous article, of biography. Athens, much the longest arcicle which has hitherto occurred in that department, makes the rca.ier thoroughly acquainted with the h:sto;y, law, constitution, commerce, and character of that ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
ARISTIDES, surnamed the Just, flourished at Athens, about the beginning of the 6th century, before the Christian aera; and was distinguished by all those virtues which we are accustomed to admire in a warrior and a statesman. During the ...
by Sir David Brewster
During the political Aristides. joining the centres of the earth and moon, and that, when the centres of the sun and earth are joined by a third straight line, a triangle will be formed, the smallest of whose sides is the distance of the moon from the ...
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