Ultimately, Pompey's legions would be called into the effort as well, but Spartacus and his supporters ultimately succumbed to Crassus
For example, Cincinnatus meant curly, Crassus
fat, Tacitus silent and Naso having a big nose.
Behavioural modifications imposed to the ciliate protist Euplotes crassus
by Caulerpenyne: the major toxic terpenoid of the green seaweed, Caulerpa taxifolia.
envisioned between Spartacus and Crassus
prior to the final battle of
Plutarch presents Caesar as a politician of consummate skill, laying the groundwork for his ascent to power years in advance through shrewd alliances with other power brokers such as Pompey and Crassus
, as well as through carefully arranged displays of generosity, clemency, and eloquence.
The intelligent and ambitious Roman leader Crassus
was the equivalent of Marcos (Gerardo Francisco).
This is the story of Thracian king Spartacus who was taken captive by the Roman consul Crassus
and was forced to kill a close friend in the gladiatorial ring.
The slave Spartacus (Douglas) is spared from a death sentence by the wily Batiatus (Ustinov), who trains the condemned man at his academy as a gladiator, to fight to the death for the entertainment of the rich and the powerful including Gracchus (Laughton) and his scheming successor Crassus
1 4 6 Subfamilia Ectatomminae Tribo Ectatommini Gnamptogenys moelleri (Forel) 1 - Gnamptogenys striatula Mayr 133 - Subfamilia Formicinae Tribo Camponotini Camponotus crassus
Mayr 1 22 Camponotus (Myrmaphaenus) sp.
Se exhiben, en original, la armadura y la tunica que vistio Laurence Olivier, en su papel de Crassus
Imagine what might have happened if Pope Leo X and Martin Luther had worked harder to remain together in Christ rather than dismissing one another as a "wild boar" in the Lord's vineyard (Exsurge Domine, Leo X, 1520), or as "one whose wealth is greater than the wealth of the richest Crassus
," building St.
O segundo genero mais rico em especies foi Camponotus, que apresentou cinco especies, sendo elas Camponotus crassus
(Mayr, 1862), Camponotus (Myrmaphaenus) sp.