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Antoninus before they set out to trash the distinguished Catholic prochoice tradition.
The temple dates back to the second century AD, judging by the names found of different Roman emperors including Domitian (81-96 AD), Hadrian (117-138 AD) and Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD).
The central figure in this study is Antonino Pierozzi (Antoninus, in Latin), who was the archbishop of Florence during the mid fifteenth century and who was also the subject of Howard's first book, Beyond the Written Word: Preaching and Theology in the Florence of Archbishop Antoninus, 1427-1459 (Florence, 1995).
St Antoninus Pierozzi (1389-1459), Archbishop of Florence and a celebrated Dominican preacher and theologian, had in fact been developing the concept since the 1420s, through his sermons and in his Summa Theologica (1450).
Antoninus Chapel at San Marco in Florence, then to a study of holy men and women in Florence and Tuscany between c.
The statues belong to several Roman emperors, including Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus and Hadrian.
Googling a runner Marcus Augustus 3.00 Brighton Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus was Roman Emperor from 161AD to his death, aged 58, in 180AD.
TODAY FEAST DAY OF ST PERPETUUS 217: Roman emperor Caracalla (Marcus Aurelius Antoninus) was assassinated.
Aelius Caesar died only two years later in 138 and Hadrian quickly adopted another son, Aurelius Antoninus, a respected Roman senator in his early 50s, whose wife was Marcus'aunt.
The best known figure from the city was Opramoas who lived in the period of Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.C.).
Emperor Antoninus Pius ordered its construction to halt the advance of Caledonian tribes.
IN 142 AD, Emperor Antoninus Pius built a wall to keep marauding Caledonian tribes out of the civilised Roman world.
"The Origins of the De ornatu mulierum of Antoninus of Florence." Modern Language Notes 119 (2004): S142-S161.
Moving to Rome, he ran a Christian mission throughout the reign of Antoninus Pius (138-161), numbering the future theologian Tatian among his pupils, maintaining links with ordinary Romans by living above a public bath house.