Gaius


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Roman Emperor who succeeded Tiberius and whose uncontrolled passions resulted in manifest insanity

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Gaius stated that there are still a number of vehicles which Gbudue state authorities were supposed to release them but they found it that some government officials are still using them, adding that generators and most of office equipment are yet to be released.
Gaius Marius, 16 years old and as green as a leaf of grass, joins the Roman army just in time to take part in a major campaign.
Set in 1st century Rome, previous adventures have seen Gaius journey to Britannia, face danger in the East, expose traitorous conspiracies and put his life on the line in the Year of the Four Emperors.
17) Il est difficile de dire si l'expose d'Ulpien qui suit l'opinion de Gaius au D.
Visiting Roman soldiers Caius and Gaius Flavius Longinus (aka Lance Prince and Gary Rodwell) arrived as centurions armed with shields, javelins and daggers.
Mary is setting out to separate fact from fiction about the Roman emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus - nick-named Caligula.
A Civil War correspondent in New Orleans; the journals and reports of Albert Gaius Hills of The Boston Journal.
In between were some of the men most remembered today: Augustus, Tiberius, Gaius Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian and Titus.
1) Josephus says Herod received his kingship from two of the three triumvirs, Marcus Antonius (Antony) and Gaius Octavius (the future Caesar Augustus) in the year Gnaeus Domitius Calvinus (for the second time) and Gaius Asinius Pollio were consuls, which was 40 BC; (15) from this date he counts 37 years to Herod's death.
Richard Wilson, who plays Merlin's mentor Gaius, said: "I'm extremely sad that Merlin has come to an end.
s argument is almost too clever--for example, when he argues in connection with the Gaius text in Bellum Judaicum 2 that "Gaius has trouble closing a gap" (154).
On the Wings of Eagles: The Reforms of Gaius Marius and the Creation of Rome's First Professional Soldiers.
Extensive excavation in the past five years and historical cross-checks have provided further weight to support the hypothesis that the house belonged to Gaius Octavius, Augustus's father.
By what name was Gaius Julius Caesar said to be the food of the gods?
Visitors arrive at the foot of the tower for the inevitable photo opportunity in the grasp of Kilgharrah's claw, before climbing spiral stairs to the apothecary belonging to Gaius, court physician.