Felix


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Felix,

Roman deacon, antipope (355–56). Emperor Constantius IIConstantius II,
317–61, Roman emperor, son of Constantine I. When the empire was divided (337) at the death of Constantine, Constantius II was given rule over Asia Minor, Syria, and Egypt, while his brothers, Constans I and Constantine II, received other portions.
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, an Arian, set him up to replace LiberiusLiberius
, d. 366, pope (352–66), a Roman; successor of St. Julius I. At the beginning of his pontificate, the status of Athanasius was still disputed, and Liberius requested Emperor Constantius II to call the Council of Arles (353).
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. He is wrongly known as Felix II.

Felix

lonely star-crossed fantasist, fights against fate in strange worlds. [Comics: “Felix the Cat” in Horn, 246]
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References in classic literature ?
"I do not want," Felix said, "to seem impatient, but you must remember that I have come all the way from Europe in response to a very urgent message.
Sabin looked for, a moment at the drawing on the back of the menu card, and up at Felix. Felix shook his head.
It is what I trust that you, my dear Felix, may assist me to discover."
Felix, absently playing with his watch-chain, started as if his aunt had suddenly awakened him.
"That's it!" cried Felix, seizing his excuse, and rallying his spirits.
"My thoughts now became more active, and I longed to discover the motives and feelings of these lovely creatures; I was inquisitive to know why Felix appeared so miserable and Agatha so sad.
Felix will edit the jokes and the Information Bureau, and Cecily must be fashion editor.
"Never mind that," cried Felix, "but tell us the story.
Why should you think, Felix, that I am likely to drop my high thinking and my moral ideals?"
"Now, Felix," said Angel drily, "we are very good friends, you know; each of us treading our allotted circles; but if it comes to intellectual grasp, I think you, as a contented dogmatist, had better leave mine alone, and inquire what has become of yours."
"I know Ricote well," said Sancho at this, "and I know too that what he says about Ana Felix being his daughter is true; but as to those other particulars about going and coming, and having good or bad intentions, I say nothing."
While all present stood amazed at this strange occurrence the general said, "At any rate your tears will not allow me to keep my oath; live, fair Ana Felix, all the years that heaven has allotted you; but these rash insolent fellows must pay the penalty of the crime they have committed;" and with that he gave orders to have the two Turks who had killed his two soldiers hanged at once at the yard-arm.