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Roman scholar (116-27 BC)

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Through our decade-long collaboration, our team played a key role in successfully introducing the Artmore Hotel and ultimately securing it as a fixture in the vibrant Midtown community," saidUrbana Varro principal and chief executive officer Allan Gutierrez .
Just as Varro is commonly understood to have depicted the earliest Romans as aniconic in an effort to cope with the social and political conditions of the Late Republic, a time in which the influx of Greek culture led to extravagance and impiety, von Ehrenkrook posits that Josephus depicts the Jews as aniconic in order to help dispel some of the anti-Jewish sentiment in Rome.
Celebrities attended the service, but their presence did little to change attitudes, said Szilvia Varro, an activist who helped organise the funeral.
The papers in Roman republican villas: architecture, context, and ideology individually and collectively argue that much of what we think we know about these elite rural estates is wrong, not least as a result of the imposition of models based on uncritical readings of ancient authors such as Cato and Varro.
The American Botanical Council, Austin, TX, has selected Horphag Research as the recipient of its annual Varro E.
But the Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca knew his adversary, a hot-headed Roman general named Varro, and through a series of maneuvers designed to embarrass his rival, he drew the entire Roman center into an unwise advance.
22) In this context, it is worth noting that the term 'participium' (attested already in Varro [1 BC]; compare also Ancient Greek [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], and Dutch 'deelwoord') came about because participles form an intermediate category, sharing in the properties of both verbs and nomina (nouns and adjectives).
Murugesan SV, Varro A, Pritchard DM Strategies to determine whether hypergastrinaemia is due to Zollinger-Ellison syndrome rather than a more common benign cause.
It goes back at least to Varro (Roman scholar, 116-27 BC), and Mikalson argues that the Greeks articulated the distinction between gods of poets, cult, and philosophy in the 4th century B.
Fossil fuels will be the backbone of energy industry for the next 25 years, but the cost gap between fossil fuels and non-fossil fuels is narrowing," said Laszlo Varro (head, Gas Coal and Power Division, International Energy Agency, France) while recalling that oil price increased five fold whereas solar panel prices dropped by 25%.
Organised by Nathalie Dubois of Dubois Pelin and Associates, this year's VIP experience included goodies courtesy of Black and Brown London, Simi bags, Eva Varro clothes, Fitflop, Barbara Bela designer dresses, luxury holidays to Bora Bora and Thailand, scents by Amouge, designer shades by Marchon Eyewear, all watered down with refreshments from The Berry Company.
It had a cultural priesthood devoted to the "sacred" responsibilities of poetry and the arts, and gave high salience to the work of Horace, Varro, and Virgil.
Speaking alongside 40+ other experts at this Forum are Carlo Crea, Chairman of the VWG Security of Supply (SoS), International Confederation of Energy Regulators; Laszlo Varro, Director - Gas, Coal and Power, International Energy Agency; Dr Peter Poptchev, Ambassador at large for Energy Security - National Coordinator for the Nabucco Project, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bulgaria andFrancisco P.
His study of the prosimetric fiction that Varro Reatinus and Lucian of Samosata nominated as Menippean satire, and which Frye anglicizes as "anatomy" after Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, changed the discourse permanently, and much for the better.
of Glasgow) presents Latin texts facing pages of English translation for two chapters that are particularly important for students of Roman religion, because Augustine grapples with the works of Terrentium Varro, the leading Roman authority on the mythical, natural, and civic theologies of Rome.