Cornelii

Cornelii

 

an ancient Roman patrician clan that produced many statesmen and military leaders. The clan was divided into several branches, including the Malughinensus, Scipio, Lentulus, Dolabella, Cethegus, Sulla, and Cinna families. In later times Cornelii of plebeian origin were also known. Famous representatives of the clan included Publius Cornelius Dolabella, Lucius Cornellius Sulla, and Lucius Cornelius Cinna.

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Before being bound the letter was folded laterally into four sections (with possible evidence of filing holes) and docketed "6 [sic] Julii 1594 / De Martyrio unius sacerdotis P Jojannis] Cornelii ac trifum] Laico [rum] / in Anglia.
And there were 120 000 men throughout Italy who had recently served under him in war and had received large gifts of money and land from him, and there were the 10 000 Cornelii ready in the city, besides other people of his party devoted to him and still formidable to his opponents, all of whom rested upon Sulla's safety their hopes of impunity for what they had done in co-operation with him (App.
Mais le phenomene est complexe et le premier sepulcre familial connu dans l'histoire de Rome, celui des Cornelii Scipiones traditionnellement date la fin du 4eme siecle (85) ou du debut du 3eme siecle d'apres P.
FURNEAUX, P Cornelii Taciti annalium ab excessu divi Augusti libri, Oxford, 1883 (1) [=1934], ad loc.
17-19) (3) e defende a contagem sequencial presente nos codices medievais originais (TARRANT 1983)--onde o primeiro livro das Historias consta como Cornelii Taciti liber XVII.
The tale of the fictitious Cornelii family, for example, relates how the daughter Euphrosine is encouraged to marry a rich older gentleman whom she does not love.
9) La referencia de esta obra, publicada sin fecha, es: Cornelii Nepotis Liber de excellentibus ducibus exterarum gentium.