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Definition of the noun pagus
What does pagus mean as a name of something?
Pagus is a genus of Sparidae.
- synonym: genus Pagus
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Actinopterygii
- order: Perciformes
- family: Sparidae
- genus: Pagrus
Phrases with Pagus
- Pagus Major
- Species Pagus Major
- Genus Pagus
- Graphium Pagus
- Dremomys Lokriah Pagus
- Species Graphium Pagus
- Subspecies Dremomys Lokriah Pagus
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The Pilgrim's Regress (2014)
by C. S. Lewis
The trouble about Pagus is that the perfect, ...
A Contextual Approach to Religious Aspects of Rural Society After the Roman Conquest by Tesse Dieder Stek
The conclusion seems, therefore, almost inescapable: the pagus is a corollary of Roman territorial control.42 Although one may allow for some pre-Roman echoes in the Roman pagi, especially in the nomenclature,43 convincing evidence for ...
Focus on Fortifications (2016)
New Research on Fortifications in the Ancient Mediterranean and the Near East by Rune Frederiksen, Mike Schnelle, Silke Muth, Peter Schneider
The pagus is a geographic unit and administrative entity, subordinate to the civitas. The major task of the magistri pagi was to register the properties. In Dijon an inscription mentions the pagus as authority for the positioning of votive offerings, ...
Poetry on & Off the Page (1998)
Essays for Emergent Occasions by Marjorie Perloff
Johns explains: Pagus is a broad term, meaning any sort of collection of peoples from the smallest district or village to the country as an inclusive whole.
A Book of the Beginnings (2007)
by Gerald Massey
The Latin Pagus is a division the same as Pek-ha (Eg.), and the Bak-ing, or beg-ging-day, commemorates the solstitial division of the year, the Pekha ...
by Macmillan & Co
The view from Mount Pagus is a sight to be remembered : the whole gulf of Smyrna is spread out before the spectator like a map. II. THE BAZAARS. The second attraction of Smyrna is the Bazars, full of life and animation. They are a labyrinth of ...
by Samuel Ball Platner
PAGUs AvKNTINENSIs: the district that comprised the Aventine ...
A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All the Countries, Provinces, Remarkable Cities ... (1688)
And Rivers of the Whole World: Their Distances, Longitudes and Latitudes by Edmund Bohun
Pabulensis Pagus, Le Pats de Pale, t. Pacta, Patti. c Pactius, Cava. r. Pactolus, Sarabat. r. Pactya, Pdtfi.c Padus, Po. r. Pæstum, Pefio, Pesti. c. Pagus Franeus, Franc, t. Palxo-castrum, Policastro. c. 'alancia, Valencia, c.
paganus, a rustic,heathen, becausethe countrypeople were laterinbecomingChristians thanthe people ofthe towns—pagus, adistrict— pangĕre,tofix.] Page, pāj, n. a boy attending on a person of distinction: a young lad employed as attendant: ...
by Walter William Skeat
pagus, a village, district, canton.
by David Booth
From the same source was pagus, a village, or tribe, in the same manner as we now speak of a plantation, or settlement. Relative to Rome, those inhabitants of the country were termed pagani, Pagans. The word, which in old authors is ...
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Scrabble value of P3A1G2U1S1
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