Seigel and Ford (1991, 1992) demonstrated that increased rates of pre-ovulation feeding resulted in larger clutches in both red cornsnakes (Pantherophis guttatus, oviparous) and checkered gartersnakes (Thamnophis marcianus
56) These principles revealed themselves again during the deposition of Marcianus
, bishop of Arles, albeit with different results.
this in an edition of Marcianus
, book 1 Institutes, in which the exact
the LOS was a second- century work of the Roman jurist Marcianus
1) Non solo l'identita dei quattro accusatori di Petrarca non e rivelata (se non in una glossa al testo nel codice Marcianus
The first recorded concern for this predicament is found in a letter from Pope Leo I to Emperor Marcianus
on June 15, 453 C.
Although Cyprian claimed that Marcianus
had separated himself from communion, a careful reading of the letter would suggest that the bishop of Aries had not joined in schism, but had continued to endorse a rigorist policy with regard to the lapsi at a time when most other bishops had softened their initial positions.
16) There can be no doubt that his edition was a success: the text he established so carefully was followed until 1788, the date of the publication by Jean-Baptiste Gaspard d'Ansse de Villoisin of MS Venetus Marcianus
A of the Iliad, with its numerous scholia which had remained undiscovered until then.