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the tyrant of Syracuse who fought the Carthaginians (430-367 BC)

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The correct reference is: Dionysius of Halicarnassus, On Lysias 7.
As for Albert, he not only taught Aquinas at Paris, but also wrote a commentary on the Divine Names that Thomas copied out, and which thus undoubtedly influenced his own Dionysius commentary.
BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari received today a message from the Greek Ambassador Dionysius Kevitus from his country's Foreign Minister including a request for a visit to Iraq in the coming period to discuss the prospects of joint cooperation between the two countries.
In what most readers will surely find a less than obvious move, Schindler gives an account of Dionysius the Aeropagite's Divine Names as answering Heidegger's complaint.
This Easter computus remained an active topic of astronomical research into the 1800s, and consequently the revered "giants" of this field--Theophilus, Cyrillus, Dionysius Exiguus, and Beda--were all assigned craters by Riccioli.
The year of Jesus's birth was determined by Dionysius Exiguus, a Scythian monk, abbot of a Roman monastery.
Jayaram, who is ranked 66, tamed third seed Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka ( World No.
The enigmatic poetics articulated by Proclus is next taken up by Saint Dionysius the Areopagite, whose mystical theology as expressed in The Divine Names held that God is beyond naming at the same time as having innumerable names.
They were joined by Reverend Riad Jarjour, Presbyterian pastor from Homs, and Bishop Dionysius Jean Kawak, Metropolitan of the Syrian Orthodox Church.
This iconicity of women is traced by Whitmarsh in the treatise On imitation by Dionysius of Halicarnassus, where mimesis emerges as a phenomenon between nature and culture.
Dionysius the Areopagite, Orthodox Christianity and the failure of environmental history, creation in the liturgies for the feasts of the Theotokos, and natural and supernatural revelation in early Irish and Greek monastic thought.
Dionysius disguises himself as a stranger and brings along a band of bacchants, freedom-loving women, who help Dionysius lure the crafty Theban king to his end.
Dionysius the Areopagite (7) and commented on by Aquinas, it prepares a natural foundation for the spiritual life and ultimately leads the mind to receive the deepest teaching of the end and purpose of man: deification and union with God.
Debbie Dionysius, Laguna Phuket's assistant vice president of Destination Marketing, said: "The growth of airline services from the GCC countries is particularly exciting for us as we are engaging with both Arab and expatriate holidaymakers in these important markets.
Visitors to Laguna Phuket may also buy their own of villas, townhouses, condominiums and apartments for sale around the resort, Dionysius said.