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(Julius Civilis) (sĭvī`lĭs), fl. A.D. 70, Batavian chief who chose the unsettled period at the fall of NeroNero
(Nero Claudius Caesar) , A.D. 37–A.D. 68, Roman emperor (A.D. 54–A.D. 68). He was originally named Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus and was the son of Cnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus (consul in A.D.
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 to raise a revolt in Germany, which quickly spread to Gaul (A.D. 69–70). Its chief effect was to remove from VitelliusVitellius, Aulus
, A.D. 15–A.D. 69, Roman emperor (A.D. 69). He was made commander of the legions on the lower Rhine by Galba in A.D. 68. On Galba's death he was proclaimed emperor at Colonia Agrippina (now Cologne).
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, who was struggling with VespasianVespasian
(Titus Flavius Vespasianus) , A.D. 9–A.D. 79, Roman emperor (A.D. 69–A.D. 79), founder of the Flavian dynasty. The son of a poor family, he made his way in the army by sheer ability.
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, any real support from Gaul. After Vespasian became emperor, he sent the Roman general Cerialis to put down the revolt. The rebels were treated with great consideration, and many entered the Roman service. Civilis' fate, however, is unknown.
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In the premises of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a panel discussion was held on the topic "National perspectives at the end of the Romanian and in the wake of the Finnish Presidency with the European Council", organized by the Institute for Democracy "Societas Civilis" in cooperation with the Embassy of Romania in Skopje and the Embassy of Finland in Belgrade.
However, Marko Trosanovski of the Societas Civilis Institute leaves open a possibility for the visits to have a counter-effect.
Even readers who do not usually sway towards historical fiction will find themselves taken in by the larger-than-life characters, the vivid depictions of Rome and its outposts, and the continuing saga of Victus and the Civilis family.
by the 'Corpus Juris Civilis' (CJC), or body of civil law, promulgated by Emperor Justinian.
The Societas Civilis Institute for Democracy urges lawmakers to remove all shortcomings in the text of the law thus eliminating every possibility for manipulation.
The overall picture that emerges is a curious one, he says, because delict, one of the main sources of obligations, was neglected by those who wrote on the Corpus Iuris Civilis after a very early point in the revival of Romanist scholarship in the Middle Ages.
O periodo abarcado pela pesquisa limita-se da queda do Imperio Romano do ocidente ate o seculo XII, com o inicio da Escola de Bolonha, pois a partir de entao a autoridade atribuida ao Corpus Iuris Civilis, e as suas interpretacoes, o evidenciam como fonte primaria de muitas experiencias juridicas europeias.
This is the result of the latest opinion poll conducted by Societas Civilis Institute of Democracy from Skopje.
And why not hang the picture of the sampling officials of the Amsterdam drapers' guild, known as The Syndics, 1662, in the same room as The Conspiracy of the Batavians Under Claudius Civilis, ca.
The National Gallery have achieved a coup by borrowing The Conspiracy of the Batavians under Claudius Civilis (c.
Fifty-nine percent of respondents to a public opinion survey conducted by The Institute for Democracy "Societas Civilis" Skopje (IDSCS) blamed Greece for blocking Macedonia to join EU, which represents an increase in comparison to March 2014, when this opinion was 48 percent.
The Corpus Juris Civilis, which was established between 529 and 535 AD attempted to pull together Rome's history of law into one document.