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Amplias

(ămp`lēəs) or

Ampliatus

(ămplēā`təs), Christian in Rome to whom Paul sent greetings in his Letter to the Romans.
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(12) A sample of these solitary male names includes: Neptunalis (CIL IV 2214), [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (CIL IV 2234), Fructus (CIL IV 2244, CIL IV 2245a), L Annius (CIL IV 2255), [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (CIL IV 2270), Ampliatus (CIL IV 2271), and Romanus (CIL IV 2281).
(25) Phoebe, Epaenetus, Ampliatus, Urbanus, Stachys, Apelles among others.