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Pliny

1. known as Pliny the Elder. Latin name Gaius Plinius Secundus. 23--79 ad, Roman writer, the author of the encyclopedic Natural History (77)
2. his nephew, known as Pliny the Younger. Latin name Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus. ?62--?113 ad, Roman writer and administrator, noted for his letters
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In eadem India Patalis, celeberrimo portu, sol dexter oritur, umbrae in meridiem cadunt/" (Gaius Plinius Secundus, Historia Naturalis, Book II, cap.
Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, nacio en la ciudad de Como, Italia, en el 62 y murio segun testimonios en Bitinia, 113 aproximadamente, conocido como Plinio el Joven, fue un abogado, escritor y cientifico de la antigua Roma.
Pliny (the Elder): 2007, Die Naturgeschichte des Gaius Plinius Secundus (L.
However, analysis of their bones has put forward the hypothesis that gladiators were vegetarian athletes: in his accounts of Rome, the ancient historian Plinius refers to gladiators as "hordearii" (barley-eaters) (Eichholz et al.
Plinius the Younger described translation as mind-opening, informing the taste.
Addet Plinius, escribe, consumptam eam constat priore incendio domus Caesaris, in Palatio, avide a nobis spectatam, spatiosiore amplitudine nihil aliud continentemm quam lineas Visum effugientes: inter egregia multorum Opera, inani similem, & eo ipso adlicientem, omnique opere nobiliorem.
Sub nomine Aquitannie multe particulares prouintie comprehenduntur, ut dicit Plinius.
I, too, am always reading your letters, and returning to them again and again as if they were new to me ( but this only fans the fire of my longing for you" ( Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secondus, 100AD
Plinius, Friedman y Gewecke), sino que son mis semejantes, tienen un gran conocimiento de las maravillas y estan altamente organizados.
Old Plinius dubbed it Portus Delfinus (Dolphin Harbor), presumably because of the abundance of dolphins in its waters.
Plinius writes that one had to wait for contrary winds to dig it up, and then not dig for it until after sunset.