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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"I'm better than Caesar/A real diamond geezer," raps an emasculated Emperor Nero, as he attempts to emerge from the shadow of his formidable mother, Agrippa (Kim Cattrall).
"I'm better than Caesar/A real diamond geezer," raps an emasculated Emperor Nero (Craig Roberts) as he attempts to emerge from the shadow of his formidable mother, Agrippa (Kim Cattrall).
Her topics include empires of erasure in Pierre de Ronsard's Franciade (1572), epic and nation in an age of reconstruction: Sebastien Garnier's Henriade (1593/94), and re-forming communities in Agrippa d'Aubigne's Les Tragiques (1616).
When I, together with the headmaster of Mwisho wa Lami Secondary School, hired Tracy, Atlas and Agrippa, I was sure that we were not only temporarily replacing the teachers on maternity leave, but that I would also have more teachers on my side than Kuya, a man we have silently been competing with in the staffroom.
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.
The Mode of Relativity in Agrippa's Five Modes does not fit with the other four modes, and disrupts an otherwise elegant system.
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.
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.
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.