, also, compares Babylon's acceptance of servitude to Cyrus of Persia to Rome's being freed from the rule of the Tarquins: "para unryhtwisestana cyninga, para ofermodgestana, pe mon hxt Tarcuinie"--"of the most unrighteous kings, and of the proudest, who people called Tarquin" (qtd.
(66) John Wreglesworth, 'Sallust, Solomon, and the Historia Silense', in From Orosius
to the Historia Silense: Four Essays on the Late Antique and Early Medieval Historiography of the Iberian Peninsula, ed.
36, White (1902) has this passage in Dante's Latin (but the medieval spelling of the Latin text is standardised, as given by White): "Nam, ut communiter ab omnibus habetur, haec habitabilis extenditur per lineam longitudinis a Gadibus, quae supra terminos occidentales ab Hercule ponitur, usque ad ostia fluminis Ganges, ut scribit Orosius
Dante's rationalization is analyzed through the context of the historical philosophical thought of writers such as Augustine, Gratian, Aquinas and Augustine's pupil, Orosius
. Hannah Skoda's "Differentiation or Destruction?
' (Breban 2012: 279, Orosius
, Bates, 14.35.12-4) In (1a) the masculine [thorn]am ('that') refers back to the antecedent in the previous clause.
Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci Gennadius) has been reported as insect vector for the genus begomoviruses in contrast to Mastreviruses, which has been reported to transmit by leafhoppers (Orosius
albicinctus Distant) to a range of host plants.
The incidence of the disease ranged from 6 to 57 per cent and was characterized by small leaf, short internode, excessive auxillary proliferation and phyllody symptoms, phyllody disease on aster was first reported during 1988 from Bengaluru, India and known to be transmitted by Orosius
albicinctus (Rangaswamy et al., 1988).
Many hundreds of pages are devoted to Appian of Alexandria, Orosius
, Otto of Freising, Flavio Biondo, Pedro Mexia, James Harrington, Anquetil-Duperron, Antoine-Yves Goguet, Thomas Carte, and numerous others, to establish the context for Gibbon studies without actually studying Gibbon's relation to the context established.
Unlike his predecessor Ocampo, Morales got rid of the traditional scheme of universal history where the history of Spain was located within the Biblical and Christian frame of reference, created by Eusebius and Orosius
, and firmly placed it within the context of Roman Empire's history (OSTENFELD-SUSKE 2012, p.
Goscelin's reading list for Eve included the biblical commentaries of Jerome, Augustine, and Gregory, the lives of the church fathers, and the theological works of Cassiodorus, Augustine, Eusebius, Orosius
, and Boethius, reflecting her presumed facility with literary Latin.
25.4 and Orosius
7.6.15-16), which may mean that the first Christian missionaries had arrived in Rome by 49 (on all the issues, Smallwood 1981:210-216).