Roman order


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(Arch.) the composite order. See Composite, a., 2.
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Typical was Francis Haverfield, an eminent archaeologist who was the first to examine closely how Britain, under occupation by Rome's legions, had been absorbed into the Roman order.
It wasn't a penalty for Roman citizens; it was given to rebels from outside who agitated against Roman order.
Benedict that Europe was able to emerge from the chaos of the Dark Ages; it was also thanks to Clovis drilling his soldiers into Roman order and Charlemagne imitating Caesar by building a bridge across the Rhine.
His mount Bubbly Bailey had finished a short head in front of the Martin Dwyer-ridden Roman Order, but the front two were reversed after stewards deemed Lee's mount to have interfered with Dwyer's and that it had improved Bubbly Bailey's placing.
Emma Everingham Non-fiction WHY did the planners of our towns and cities swiftly forget the right angles of Roman order and geometry?
The gladiators were peoples marginal to the Roman order.
Cultural conflation It seems, as a consequence, that at least elements of the Silurian aristocracy readily accepted the new Roman order.
He notes that many of Luke's stories are embedded in Israel's social, political, and religious world and in the constant presence of the Roman order.
It was one of these tribes, which was led by his father, who was both a native and a member of the equestrian Roman order.
He restored the ancient Roman order with the aesthetic and moral sense of a great artist as well as a unique personal authority: 'A born ruler, he governed the minds of men as the wind drives the clouds.
The feudal system established on the wreck of the old Roman order was a system of detailed obligations which extended from king to serf.
In the end, it may have been the barbarian, Persian, and ultimately Muslim invasions that put an end to the old Roman order, and not domestic disaffection.