Flaminius


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Flaminius

(fləˈmɪnɪəs)
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(Biography) Gaius (ˈɡaɪəs). died 217 bc, Roman statesman and general: built the Flaminian Way; defeated by Hannibal at Trasimene (217)
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Noun1.Flaminius - Roman statesman and general who built the Flaminian Way; died when he was defeated by Hannibal (died 217 BC)
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Lake Thracymene, illumined by the evening sun, lay like flaming gold between the dark-blue mountain-ridges; here, where Hannibal defeated Flaminius, the rivers now held each other in their green embraces; lovely, half-naked children tended a herd of black swine, beneath a group of fragrant laurel-trees, hard by the road-side.
3) Finally, returning after fleeing (as do Prusias and Flaminius in Nicomede [5.
depois da liberacao da Grecia por Flaminius, o ano de 188 seria adequado como sucessivo a liberacao dos gregos da Asia em Apameia.
Lowin's role as Titus Flaminius in Believe as You List showed a vengeful and cruel behind-the-scenes catalyst for unrest and disorder.
Sebastian Flaminius Marius Koga, MD, FRSA, FRGS, ERAS of Charlottesville, Virginia.
Homolotylus flaminius (Dalman, 1820) (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), Phalacrotophora nedae (Malloch, 1912) (Diptera: Phoridae) and Dinocampus coccinellae (Schrank, 1802) (Hymenoptera; Braconidae: Euphorinae) were reported as larval, pupal and adult parasitoid from Cycloneda sanguinea (L.
In order to avoid anti-Hannibal sentiments in his anticipated attack against the city of Rome, Hannibal tried not to attack the common people and unarmed peasants, but Rome sent the newly appointed consuls Gaius Flaminius to station their troops in the two war-fronts leading to the main city of Rome.
Flaminius, had filled a curule office, but were not yet in the senate, and they were taken according to the order of their previous appointments.
The army under the command of Consul Gaius Flaminius blundered too close to the marshy verge of the lake, where the footing was soft.
Pliny is apparently the first who gives a recipe for cloth treatment: according to the "fullers' law", set under the censors Caius Flaminius and Lucius Aemilius, the cloth has first to be washed with Sardian earth (creta), then treated with sulphur; true and precious colours are softened by Cimolian earth, while for white clothes claystone (saxum) is better (however, the latter can be applied only after the sulphur treatment; it is deleterious to other colours); in Greece they use Tymphaeian gypsum instead of Cimolian earth.
Caius Flaminius, ainsi qu'un autre passage des Faits et Dits Memorables (I, 6, 11) qui se rapporte au triumvir de 55 av.