praetorium


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pretorium

In the ancient Roman Empire, the official residence of a provincial governor; a hall of justice; a palace.
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Esta secao apresenta a historia da Empresa Praetorium, conforme documentos cedidos pelo empreendedor da empresa.
The imperial praetorium, that is a municipal function was located at the Forum of Leo in the first hill of Constantinople in the time of the siege; however, in the time of emperor Constantine VII, who gives the specific information, it was at the Gate of Drungarios in close proximity to the mosque of the muslim traders known as Mitaton.
We walk through Jerusalem on weary feet, to the garden to watch and pray with him, to the praetorium to weep for him, to the cross to die with him.
Jefe supremo con jurisdiccion militar, cuyo cuartel principal estaba en el praetorium.
Cuando un cansado y sudoriento Cipriano llega escoltado al praetorium, el asiento en el que descansa esperando al proconsul ya habia sido cubierto con lino, para que "aun en el gran momento de su pasion pudiera disfrutar el honor del episcopado" (35).
1] 18:28-32 Outside the praetorium the Jews refuse Pilate's offer to judge Jesus themselves [B.
This summer we have been concentrating on two areas - the extensive Praetorium (palace of the Roman governor), and the largest Christian basilica in Crete'.
angenommenen Anderung des uberlieferten praetorem, sondern es kann unbedenklich in dem Sinne von praetorium oder pro praetore aufgefasst werden.
Both the ruaning glossary in Cleopatra and the interlinear glosses in manuscripts of the Abingdoa group reader praetor by ealdorman, but praetorium by domoern/ domhus (the contextual meaning of praetorium, in this instance, is ~palace').
Austrian Post to Take Over Praetorium Holding and trans-o-flex II-21
Murcia, apuntan tambien a la posibilidad de ver en el un punto de salvaguarda de excedentes que, incluso, pudo haber desempenado una funcion similar a la de un praetorium, funcionando como lugar de residencia de posibles mandos militares durante el conflicto (Brotons, Murcia, 2008: 62; Morillo, 2003).
In the Praetorium, after Jesus has been arrested by the temple guard and handed over to Pilate for trial, Pilate, the representative of Roman authority, appears caught between the demand for Jesus' death and Roman justice, which would acquit him.