tyrannis


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tyrannis

(tɪˈrænɪs)
n
an obsolete word for tyranny
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Harmodio et Aristogitoni, cum crudelissimos tyrannis cede occidissent, statuam aeneam, quam Praxiteles politissima arte perfecerat, in foro statui iusserunt.
Weiterhin sind sein Dialog "Hieron" zu erwahnen, in dem es um das Thema der Unvertraglichkeit von Weisheit und Tyrannis geht, und das Buch uber "Mittel und Wege", in dem er Vorschlage fur eine Gesundung des athenischen Staatshaushaltes unterbreitet.
sub quatuor tyrannis violenta morte sublati sunt (Roma: typis Haeredum Corbelletti, 1646).
Los otros casos en que los toponimos son acompanados de una opcion de territorio bulgaro o eslavo son: Tyrannis (Serdica) (14); Acharadina (Glavinitsa) (15); Enna (Vel'blud) (16); Chuza (Strumica) (17).
79) CIL VI, 6331: [St]atilia T(iti) l(iberta) Tyrannis / paedagoga / Statiliaes(
Paul, Jennie, an FBI agent named Fowler Briggs, and others are brought together when a number of congressmen are murdered on the orders of a shadowy organization which calls itself SST -- shorthand for "sic semper tyrannis," (thus always to tyrants), the infamous cry delivered by John Wilkes Booth as he leaped to the stage after assassinating Lincoln.
PONY: But, so, when Booth shot Lincoln, you know, it says in history that he yelled Sic Semper Tyrannis.
Carmen XIV: Summi Dei auxilio nutuque perpetuo tutu/orbem totum pacauit trucidati tyrannis /Constantinus pius et aeternus imperator/reparator orbis.
Death and taxes may be inevitable," Andrew writes, "but people will not fight and die for rising taxes, unless the issue is cast as a matter of liberty or slavery: Neo-Romanism became file defining ethos of the Revolution: Congress met on the Capitol, Latin mottoes abounded ('Sic semper tyrannis," Brutus's cry as he stabbed Caesar, was Virginia's), the Roman eagle became the new national bird, a creek in Washington DC was renamed the Tiber and various Revolutionary orators actually dressed up in togas.
En el titulo 15,14 del Codex Theodosianus (110) ("de infirmandis his, quae sub tyrannis aut barbarisgesta sunt"), a tiranos y barbaros, por igual se les senala como responsables de la corrupcion de las leyes.
En el titulo 15, 14 del Codex Theodosianus (110) ("de infirmandis his, quae sub tyrannis aut barbarisgesta sunt"), a tiranos y barbaros, por igual se les senala como responsables de la corrupcion de las leyes.