Agrippa


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Roman general who commanded the fleet that defeated the forces of Antony and Cleopatra at Actium (63-12 BC)

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Very correct Bwana Deputy,' said Agrippa, who teaches English.
For example, Agrippa appears on a Chocolate Frog card, a card which is quite rare according to Ron.
PETER After the resurrection, Peter began preaching in Jerusalem but was arrested by King Herod Agrippa, grandson of Herod the Great.
The four-star hotel overlooking the Hertfordshire countryside turned to the Agrippa Pillow Fire Alarm.
Klaassen turns towards Renaissance magic at the end of his work, and especially to the writings of Cornelius Agrippa and Marsilio Ficino.
Linda read Acts 26 - Paul giving his testimony to Agrippa.
Chapters explore the magic behind amulets, consider astrology and rituals designed to evoke their powers, and explores the works of adepts from Agrippa to modern times.
The cast, headed by Rachel Agrippa, Aaron Simon and Catrin Conway, are busy rehearsing and perfecting their roles in readiness for their performance which will be held at 7pm today Tuesday 17th December.
In the 50s he became a firm fixture in films playing Marcus Agrippa alongside Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra.
Key figures here are Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499), Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535), and Phillip Aureolus Theophrastus von Hohenheim, also known as Paracelsus (1493-1541).
Montillo lays out how the well-read Shelley may have learned of Aldini's experiments, come across the ideas of Renaissance alchemists Paracelsus and Cornelius Agrippa that turn up on Victor Frankenstein's bookshelf, and even perhaps stumbled upon the name Frankenstein.
No deberian fungir los modelos corellianos, perfectos e imperecederos como el Panteon de Agrippa, de guias para rescatar la dignidad perdida?
The other names that appear in the paratexts-Cornelius Agrippa, Pauline, and the volume's publisher, Saunders and Otley--represent checks on that ambition.
Friends of liberty; Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and Agrippa Hull; a tale of three patriots, two revolutions, and a tragic betrayal of freedom in the new nation.