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Flaminius

Gaius . died 217 bc, Roman statesman and general: built the Flaminian Way; defeated by Hannibal at Trasimene (217)
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When he passed through the marshland, Gaius Flaminius was shocked because he had no idea that Hannibal could lead Carthaginian army along that path so soon in his left-wing.
GET two nights B&B in a standard room at the three-star Hotel Flaminius in a leafy area of Rome from pounds 122pp with Dec 4 return Gatwick flight.
The critical editions in part 3 of Wilhelm Sarcerius's Der Hellische Trawer Geist (1568), Simon Musaus' Nutzlicher Bericht [...] wider den Melancholischen Teuffel (1569), and Valerius Herberger's, Leichenpredigt auf Flaminius Gasto (1618) vividly exemplify how 16th-century Lutherans used medicinal theology to offer Christian instruction and consolation.
A third part consists of a small group of edited works of this genre: a work against "hellish sadness" by Wilhelm Sarcerius of 1568, a denunciation of the "Devil of Melancholy" by Simon Musaus (1569), and a memorial sermon on the occasion of the death of the physician Flaminius Gasto (1618) by Valerius Herberger, discussed before.
Josie Rourke's production of Massinger's Believe What You Wish (aka Believe As You List) had a strong narrative thrust, thanks to strong performances from Peter de Jersey as the beleaguered Antiochus and William Houston as his nemesis, Flaminius, along with some Falstaffian moments from Barry Stanton's Berecynthius.
Twenty-four June 217 BC: As the early rays of dawn crested the steep hills surrounding the crystal blue waters of Lake Trasimene, Roman proconsul Caius Flaminius pulled his heavy cloak closer about his shoulders.
In the Gunpowder Season in the Swan Theatre he has been playing Flaminius in Philip Massinger's Believe What You Will while rehearsing Sejanus.
IMPERIAL: William Houston as Titus Flaminius in Believe What You Will
Even as Apemantus remains blind to the noteworthy exceptions to his depressed view of humanity--the moral intelligence of Timon's Steward Flavius and other servants, of two discerning strangers (III.ii.66-90), and of Flaminius (III.i.)--so Coriolanus cannot recognize the plebs' virtues.
226, Titus Quinctius Flamininus is called "Flaminius"; and again on p.
When the distance between Rome and her enemies later precluded these fetial missions, the ritual was preserved by nominating as "enemy soil" a section of ground in the Circus Flaminius.(112) Octavian (later Augustus Caesar), himself a fetial, hurled a spear into this same spot of earth when Rome determined to subdue Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt.(113)
Another element of his character, his profound misogyny, might have been suggested by the 'Flaminius' to whom Montaigne refers in his 'Virgil' essay: see The Essays of Montaigne, trans.