Publius


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Publius

(pŭb`lēəs), in the New Testament, Paul's host at Malta.
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Paul himself converted Roman governor Publius to Christianity.
As such, for Publius, "who saw utter disaster around every corner," establishing a single, united, and powerful republic was a more urgent concern than the maintenance of upright character.
Though UNESCO in 1999 made the declaration regarding celebrating 21st March as World Poetry Day, many countries have kept the tradition of celebrating their national or international poetry day coinciding with the birth day of an ancient Roman poet named 'Publius Vergilius Maro' a.k.a Virgil on 15th October.
Writing as Publius Decius Mus, Anton changed men's souls by the action of his words.
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 Demetrius.
For students who have mastered Latin at beginner's level and wish to stretch their knowledge, West presents excerpts from Cicero's famous defense of Milo, charged for the murder of Publius Clodius.
17AD: Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso), the celebrated poet, died in Rome - as did the historian Livy, who wrote a 142-book history of the city.
One of the Roman Republic's more important observers and often quoted historians was Senator Publius Cornelius Tacitus, who was born in a time when Christians were routinely being killed in Rome's Coliseum.
But is it always the right thing to do?In ancient Rome, during the reign of Emperor Publius Aelius Hadrianus, borrowing or sharing anything was outlawed.
Mark Shiffman provides a close reading of Plutarch's Life of Publius as an important, albeit neglected, source of Roman republicanism.
During the 2016 campaign, he wrote blog posts and essays under a pseudonym -- Publius Decius Mus, the name of a fourth-century BC Roman Consul -- in which he defended Trump's policies, primarily from the critiques of other conservatives and Republicans.
Under the pseudonym Publius, and at a fever pitch, these three men wrote what would come to be called The Federalist Papers.

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