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Synonyms for Diocletian

Roman Emperor who when faced with military problems decided in 286 to divide the Roman Empire between himself in the east and Maximian in the west

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Asclepiades (120-90 BCE), Diocles (fourth century BCE), and Erasistratus (260-240 BCE) are known physicians of antiquity.
An average of 1 - 2 infants died daily, said Rubya Hospital Medical Officer Diocles Ngaiza.
CRS also announced an agreement for short-term bridge financing worth up to CAD300,000 (USD305,343/EUR230,945) from Diocles Capital Inc, which will be repaid after the placement closes.
DONALD MCCAIN has always held Diocles in high regard, and the recent Bangor winner should follow up in the BetVictor.
Se podria agregar que un analisis mas detallado y mas incisivo hubiese seguramente beneficiado a las entradas dedicadas a Diocles de Caristo, Herofilo y al mismo Galeno, ya que algunas de las conquistas metodologicas, teoricas y practicas de los medicos mencionados se mantienen lamentablemente en la penumbra.
One charioteer, named Gaius Appuleius Diocles, amassed a fortune 35,863,120 sesterces in prize money - the equivalent of 15 billion dollars, claims Peter Struck, a professor of classical studies.
Happy to be a beneficiary of the prophecy, as Diocles will make him a senator, Geta becomes a clownish parody of the emperor: aping Diocles in renaming himself Getianus (3.
Hall, 1938 638 Adelpha diocles creton Godman, 1901 639 Adelpha milleri Beutelspacher, 1976 640 Adelpha donysa donysa 2 (Hewitson, 1847) 641 Adelpha felderi 1 2 (Boisduval, 1870) 642 Adelpha fessonia fessonia 1 2 b d (Hewitson, 1847) 643 Adelpha iphicleola b iphicleola (H.
In 1989, Cuban state security tried to link him to the indictment of Diocles Torralbas, then minister of transport.
Festival de Merida, Diocles, 1, 06800 Merida; (34) 92-400-94-80; www.
Ejecutores del testamento seran Olimpico, Aristides, Mnesigenes, Hipocrates, Epicrates, Gorgulo, Diocles, Licon y Atenes.
During the 4th century BC, the Stoics, Epicurians, Praxagoras and Diocles all nominated the heart, while Strato placed the seat of the soul between the eyebrows.
Hippocrates, Diocles, Theophrastus (Rhizopoulou, 2004), Sextus Niger, Crateuas and others (Rhizopoulou, 2005).
20) Himno homerico a Demeter 475, junto a Triptolemo, Diocles y Celeo.
Diocles de Caristo, discipulo de Aristoteles, vivio a finales del s.