Roman philosopher: see BoethiusBoethius
, Boetius
, or Boece
(Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius), c.475–525, Roman philosopher and statesman. An honored figure in the public life of Rome, where he was consul in 510, he became the able minister of the Emperor Theodoric.
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Jean-Paul Boetius headed Genk into a 10th minute lead in Spain but Celta hit back quickly as Pione Sisto, Iago Aspas and John Guidetti made it 3-1 before halftime.
(1) For an extensive account of the attack, its background, and aftermath, see Maria-Pia Boetius, Heder och samvete: Sverige och andra varldskriget, 2nd edn, Stockholm: Ordfront forlag, 1999, pp40-6.