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Definition of the noun flaminius
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- Roman statesman and general who built the Flaminian Way; died when he was defeated by Hannibal (died 217 BC)
Flaminius is a fictional character from the play Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare.
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Essays in Honor of S.F. Johnson by Samuel Frederick Johnson, William R. Elton, William B. Long
Flaminius is a tyrannical Roman consul who persecutes Antiochus, but Belleur is the companion of Mirabell and the bashful lover of ...
Threshold of a Nation (1983)
A Study in English and Irish Drama by Philip Edwards
Flaminius is an enthusiastic and dedicated servant of ...
FLAMINIUs,. or. FLAMINIo,. Mark. Antony,. one. of. fluid,. the. best. Latin. poets. in. the. 16th. century,. of. Imola. in. TT. rianten order of priests, instituted by Romulus or Numa: authors not being agreed on this head. Flaninius. They were ...
by L. Richardson, jr
Custos, Aedes: a temple at or near the west end of the Circus Flaminius built in accordance with instruction from the Sibylline Books and dedicated on 4 June (Ovid, Fast. 6.209—12; Degrassi 465). Filocalus and Polemius ...
A Classical Dictionary; Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors: (1820)
With the Value of Coins, Weights, and Measures, Used Among the Greeks and Romans; and a Chronological Table by John Lemprière
Flaminius, the tribune, A. U. C. 525. It required that the lands of Picenum, from which the Gauls Senones had been expelled, should be divided among the Roman people. , Flaminia via, a celebrated road which led ...
by John Lempriere
Flaminius, the tribune A. U. C. 325. It required that the lands of Picenum, from which the Gauls Senonts had been expelled, should be divided among the Roman people. Flaminia via, a celebrated road which led* ...
by Peter Connolly, Emeritus Professor of History at the London School of Economics John Gillingham, John Gillingham, John Lazenby
Flaminius, Gaius (died 23 June 217 bc) Roman general who commanded the Roman army at Lake Trasimene in 217 BC (see l>Lake Trasimene, Battle of) during the Second Punic War (see (>Punic War, Second). Flaminius was unprepared ...
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Timon of Athens - Flaminius
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