Helena was the mother of Emperor Konstantin, who fought two great battles when he came to the throne: one against Maxentius, a tyrant in Rome, and the other against Licinius
not far from Byzantium.
In April last year the ministry of cultural heritage in Italy asked for the the return of a marble funerary relief depicting the freedmen Publius Licinius
Philonicus and Publius Licinius
Divo / T(ito) divi f(ilio) Cae/sari Aug(usto) cen/sori municipiu/[m] Muniguense d(ecreto) d(ecurionum) / [L(ucius)] Licinius
Victor / dedicavit
His rivals, in fact, were the previous republican annalists--of whom, unfortunately, we can only judge by their fragments such as Cincius Alimentus, Coelius Antipater or Cassius Hemina from the older generation and Claudius Quadrigarius (a major source from Livy's Book 6 onwards), Valerius Antias (frequently criticised for his exaggerations), Sempronius Asellio, Cornelius Sisenna or Licinius
She was born in February 313 in the city of Milan when the Emperors Constantine and Licinius
ended the persecution of the Christian church, thus denying one of the clear marks of identification between the founder of the church and her members.
(15) Following Galerius' Edict in 311, came the Edict of Milan in 313, penned by co-emperors Licinius
the Roman general and politician Marcus Licinius
Crassus defeated a slave uprising led by one Spartacus, a gladiator from Capua near Naples.
(21) For example, Valerius Maximus identifies the female advocate Carfania as the wife of the senator Licinius
Buccio, and the female orator Hortensia as the daughter of Quintus Hortensius (Valerius Maximus 8.3.2, 8.3.3).
It was only until 313 AD when Constantine I (West) and Licinius
I (East) granted tolerance to Christianity-in what is now known as the misnomered 'Edict of Milan.' Followers became free to establish churches; their properties, erstwhile appropriated from them, were restored.
His aim was to reorganise his territories and mobilise the resources that, in the long run, would enable him to beat his rivals (first Maxentius and, later on, Licinius
The relevant wording when authorities on Hadrian's friends are disclosed is essentially the same in both the original and the expanded Pleiade editions: 'Pline le Jeune et Martial ajoutent quelques traits a l'image un peu effacee d'un Voconius ou d'un Licinius
Sura,' (22) which suggests that Yourcenar felt free to draw on Pliny and Martial for her Voconius as she thought fit.
L'exposition dont le vernissage aura lieu, samedi 5 decembre, verra la presentation de la mosaique de la Deesse Ceres, en provenance d'Uthina, les deux mosaiques des "Lutteurs aux prises" provenant de Gigthis, la tete de l'empereur Licinius
Verus de Dougga, la statue du "Dieu Jupiter" de Oued R'mel, la stele funeraire de Marcus Licinius
Fidelis, un legionnaire de Lyon, en Gaule, qui fut enterre a Ammaedara