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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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1938) Complete collection in ten volumes (The Loeb Classical Library) by Gaius Plinius Secundus Pliny the Elder: Pliny.
40) Plinius, Historia naturalis (Venice: Jenson, 1472), copy at the University of Ulster, Coleraine, Ireland.
My New Columbia Encyclopedia tells me (under "encyclopedia") that "the Natural History of Pliny the Elder is sometimes called the first encyclopedia," and when I flip forward 1302 pages it tells me that the Roman naturalist Caius Plinius Secundus (A.
Giulio Zuccaro, Scientific Director, Plinius Centre, University of Naples Federico II.
Pliny, or Plinius Secundus, is the newly appointed governor of Bithynia, struggles to solve the murder of a high Roman official in a deserted location far from his capital.
Est ictis mustellae species quam et 'viverram' Latini vocant, ut testatur Plinius nec Raphael Volterranus omisit.
Since ancient times, natural organic materials have been employed as paint binders, adhesives, waterproofing materials and so on, as reported in classical literature by Plinius the Elder and Vitruvius.
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