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Definition of the noun Caelius

What does Caelius mean as a name of something?

Caelius is a genus of Aegialiidae, described by Lewis in 1895.

Caelius is a genus of Scarabaeidae, described by W.J. Brown in 1931.

Phrases with Caelius

Phrases starting with the word Caelius:

  1. Caelius Browni
  2. Caelius Montanus
  3. Caelius Humeralis
  4. Caelius Rufescens
  5. Caelius Denticollis

Phrases ending with the word Caelius:

  1. Genus Caelius
  2. Canthon Caelius
  3. Psychonotis Caelius
  4. Species Canthon Caelius
  5. Species Psychonotis Caelius

Other phrases containing the word Caelius:

  1. Psychonotis Caelius Taletum
  2. Species Caelius Denticollis
  3. Psychonotis Caelius Synesius
  4. Subspecies Psychonotis Caelius Taletum

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Caelius

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Google previewThe Agricola and Germany of Tacitus (1899)

And The Dialogue on Oratory by Cornelius Tacitus

Calvus is the more terse, Asinius has the finer rhythm, Caesar greater brilliancy, Caelius is the more caustic, Brutus the more earnest, Cicero the more impassioned, the richer and more forcible. Still about them all there is the same healthy tone ...

Google previewThe Oxford Anthology of Roman Literature (2013)

by Peter E. Knox, J. C. McKeown

this is transparently false: the common thread linking most of the charges against Caelius is the political maneuvering to restore Ptolemy the Flute ...

Google previewCulture In Pieces (2011)

Essays on Ancient Texts in Honour of Peter Parsons by Dirk Obbink, P. J. Parsons

This is dodgy ground—Cicero managed to sustain friendly and witty relations with many lively young men (Caelius is the most obvious); Cicero and Catullus had friends in common (Cornelius Nepos was one); Cicero's own poetic interests ...

Google previewCicero: Pro Marco Caelio (2013)

by Marcus Tullius Cicero, Andrew R. Dyck

Caelius is the son of a living father, ...

Google previewSPQR: A History of Ancient Rome (2015)

by Mary Beard

said to have come from the Etruscan town of Vulci – crop up several times in ancient accounts of early Roman history, though in frustratingly incompatible, and typically mythic, ways: sometimes Caelius is a friend of Romulus'; sometimes this ...

Google previewThe general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers (1813)

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Google previewA New and General Biographical Dictionary (1795)

Containing an ... Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation in the World, Particularly the British and Irish

CAELIUS (AURELIANUs), or, as some have called ...

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Small photo of Tombstone of the Roman Centurio Marcus Caelius, he died at the Battle of Teutoburg Forest, year 9 A.D., the German tribes ambushed and destroyed three Roman legions led by Publius Quinctilius VarusSmall photo of The Colosseum or the Flavian amphitheater is a monument of architecture of Ancient Rome, preserved until our time. Located in Rome, in a hollow between the Esquiline, Palatine and Caelius hills. More...

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Scrabble value of C3A1E1L1I1U1S1

The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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