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Bel·i·sar·i·us

 (bĕl′ĭ-sâr′ē-əs) 505?-565.
Byzantine general under Emperor Justinian I who led campaigns against the Vandals in North Africa and the Ostrogoths in Italy.
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Belisarius

(ˌbɛlɪˈsɑːrɪəs)
n
(Biography) ?505–565 ad, Byzantine general under Justinian I. He recovered North Africa from the Vandals and Italy from the Ostrogoths and led forces against the Persians
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Bel•i•sar•i•us

(ˌbɛl əˈsɛər i əs)

n.
a.d. 505?-565, Byzantine general.
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Noun1.Belisarius - Byzantine general under Justinian I; he recovered former Roman territories in northern Africa and fought against the Persians
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