Lipsius, Justus

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Lipsius, Justus

(jŭs`təs lĭp`sēəs), 1547–1606, Flemish scholar, whose original name was Joest Lips. He was one of the most celebrated authorities of his day on Roman literature, history, and antiquities. Lipsius edited many works of Latin literature, his edition of Tacitus being particularly famous.
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The purpose of the contract is to ESTABLISH a framework contract for the supply of crockery, glassware, cutlery, small and large serving ware, tableware and kitchenware, and of catering equipment for the use of the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union in the kitchens, restaurants, bars and cafeteria of the Justus Lipsius, Kortenberg, Lex, and Residence Palace buildings and of the Secretariat of the General manger of the Council of the European Union in Brussels.
I was pleased to encounter a dramatis personae that includes (besides the major figures to which each chapter is devoted) Agrippa, Justus Lipsius, Gabriel Harvey, Erasmus, Pico della Mirandola, Diogenes, Swift, Doni, Caelio Calcagnini, and Petronius.
The volume concludes with several "tombeaux" addressed to deceased friends, various Latin poems and translations of Latin religious poetry, and some short pieces praising Gournay by other authors such as Justus Lipsius, La Mothe le Vayer, and Du Pelletier.
The General Secretariat Currently Occupies the hand Justus Lipsius and LEX buildings and a nursery at 1048 Brussels, as well as a warehouse in 3090 Overijse.
On Friday Greek Finance Minister Justus Lipsius said: "We're now co-authors of our own destiny.
In his De Constantia of 1584, Justus Lipsius examines the Stoic theory of fate, distancing himself from it by outlining four key points at which it should be modified.
Justus Lipsius, Renaissance Europe's preeminent Senecan philosopher, suggests the broader social dimensions of Neostoicism.
6) However, as Justus Lipsius had already recognised in 1602, representations of authors were especially relevant in the setting of a library.
According to the magazine, the agency also targeted telecommunications at the Justus Lipsius building in Brussels, home to the European Council.
Der Spiegel referred to an incident more than five years ago when EU security experts discovered telephone and online bugging devices at the Justus Lipsius building.
According to Der Spiegel, the NSA also targeted telecommunications at the Justus Lipsius building in Brussels, home to the European Council that groups EU national governments, by using a remote maintenance unit.
headquarters in Brussels , the Justus Lipsius building, when it was