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Eudoxia

(yo͞odŏk`sēə), d. 404, Roman empress of the East (395–404), daughter of a Frankish general and wife of ArcadiusArcadius
, c.377–408, Roman emperor of the East (395–408), son and successor of Theodosius I. His brother, Honorius, inherited (395) the West. Henceforth the division between the Eastern and Western empires became permanent.
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. She had a great influence upon her weak husband. She helped bring about the downfall of EutropiusEutropius,
d. 399, consul of East Roman Emperor Arcadius. A eunuch of the palace, he brought about the marriage (395) of Arcadius and Eudoxia and succeeded Rufinus as chief minister. He repelled (398) an invasion of Huns and was the first eunuch to be appointed (399) consul.
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, to whose intrigues she owed her marriage, and the exile of St. John ChrysostomJohn Chrysostom, Saint
[Gr.,=golden-mouth], c.347–407, Doctor of the Church, one of the greatest of the Greek Fathers. He was born in Antioch and studied Greek classics there. As a young man he became an anchorite monk (374), a deacon (c.381) and a priest (386).
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, who had criticized her.
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The AR-6 and AR -10 were excluded from the analysis because they are not characterized as consolidated urban area (Brasil, 2002) and correspond to the districts of Santa Eudoxia and Red Water and groups of small farms.
This account of a son of Toulouse who became a star in North America was organized in partnership with the Musee des Augustins, which in addition to possessing the most complete group of works by the artist (thirteen of them, including the colossal Entry of the Sultan Mehmed II into Constantinople, which remains in Toulouse) also owns other icons of Orientalist painting, including Saint John Chrysostom and the Empress Eudoxia, by Jean-Paul Laurens, and The Massage, Hammam Scene, by Edouard Debat-Ponsan.
According to some accounts, Christianity takes root after Porphyry, one of Gaza's first Christian bishops, promises Byzantine Empress Eudoxia a son if she will suppress paganism in Gaza.
Sin duda, las propuestas de "novelizacion" de premisas educativas pertenecientes a los principales exponentes de este genero (Las aventuras de Telemaco de Fenelon, el Emilio y La nueva Eloisa de Rousseau) y, sobre todo, el ideario educativo expuesto en el ambito hispanico por Montengon en el Eusebio y la Eudoxia, fueron considerados por Lizardi a la hora de componer sus textos ficcionales.
Eudoxia Merli will arrive in time to alert a doctor, sparing him the final spasm.
Del todo repobrable fue su apoyo al golpe de estado de 1071 de Miguel VII Ducas contra su padrastro Romano IV Diogenes y su madre Eudoxia (12).
Al respecto de las actividades realizadas es importante comentar que las webquest disenadas tuvieron la posibilidad de ser aplicadas con los alumnos del 4 grado de la Escuela Primaria Eudoxia Calderon Gomez anexa a la CyBENP, permitiendo asi la retroalimentacion de los alumnos, otro aspecto destacado es que las webquest fueron tambien estructuradas con una orientacion hacia la mayeutica socratica y los resultados de aprendizaje fueron muy valiosos, logrando aprendizajes significativos en los estudiantes de la escuela primaria, la figura 1 muestra el trabajo realizado por los alumnos de la Escuela Primaria Eudoxia Calderon Gomez, mediante investigacion guiada dirigida por los alumnos de la CyBENP.
Calvino's Invisible Cities is an internal travelogue of towns that consist entirely of an exaggerated single feature of city life: Eudoxia is the hypnotic pattern of weaving on a particular carpet, Octavia a great spiderweb of threads, Armilla is its plumbing.
Always looking over his shoulder for a potential informer and dreading the intrusion of immigration officials, Rejep bonds with his Greek-American girlfriend, Eudoxia, hoping they will someday marry against the wishes of her domineering mother.
The girl was from his first marriage to Eudoxia Nagaya (Nagoi) (49) and at that time about seventeen years old--of marriageable age according to the Russian custom.
Rasselas (1759), like Marmontel's Belisaire, or Montengon's Eudoxia, is a "roman pedagogique", as Robert Granderoute once put it (Le roman pedagogique de Fenelon a Rousseau.
In Gaza the shift from a pagan to a Christian city between the fourth and sixth centuries began with the gift of green marble pillars for a church by the empress Aelia Eudoxia (d.