answered Pompey well; who, when he saw his stately galleries, and rooms so large and lightsome, in one of his houses, said, Surely an excellent place for summer, but how do you in winter?
He flung words of scorn at Lucullus
and piled invectives upon Brillat-Savarin.
We had a glorious Christmas dinner, fit for the halls of Lucullus
, and ate far more than was good for us, none daring to make us afraid on that one day of the year.
"Alas, I may say with Lucullus
, if I could have anticipated the honor of your visit, I would have prepared for it.
There were other food writers before Doreen-particularly the renegade English aristocrat Lord Anthony Moynihan, who wrote the occasional restaurant review in his colorful column 'Lucullus
' in Business Day, the forerunner of today's Business World.
For four centuries after the Roman legions of Lucullus
and Pompey arrived, the Mesopotamian Borderland remained one of the most important stages for imperial interaction in the Roman world, says Cameron, the stage on which imperial power was compelled to be manifest by the ever-present threat of the Persian "Other." Considering first tradition and narrative, then movement and power, he discusses such matters as Strabo's sources, Hellenistic knowledge, Ammianus Marcellinus, Pliny the Elder, arranging people, desert routes, representing Mesopotamian trade, Roman power in the Borderland, and globalization and networks in the Mesopotamian Borderland.
Ou seja, '[...] o que e a verdade e como conhece-la' e '[...] o que e o bem e como pratica-lo' (Cicero, Lucullus
IX, 29d), evidenciando assim que a preocupacao principal da filosofia na antiguidade, como ciencia do bem, nao era somente de ordem especulativa, mas de ordem pratica.
= Marcus Tullius Cicero (1990) Hortensius, Lucullus
: Academici libri.
The film opened in Chicago in May 1917 to favorable notices--except from Metallus Lucullus
La tercera obra compuesta es Cuestiones Academicas, de la que conservamos incompleto el primer libro de la tercera edicion, conocido como Academica posteriora I, y el segundo libro de la primera redaccion conocido como Lucullus
o Academica priora II.
, founded in 1938 by Andre and Pierre Hiely, sits inside the walled city of Avignon on a second floor overlooking a postcard street scene.