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He writes: " Archaeology indicates that Roman Mithraism had its epicenter in Rome ... the fully developed religion known as Mithraism seems to have begun in Rome and been carried to Syria by soldiers and merchants.
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As Gary Waldman writes: " A careful reading of Newton's work indicates that the color he called indigo, we would normally call blue ; his blue is then what we would name blue-green or cyan.
He indicates this time in the Apology which he addressed to Antonine, where he writes as follows: ' We do not think it out of place to mention here Antinoüs also, who lived in our day, and whom all were driven by fear to worship as a god, although they knew who he was and whence he came '.
" Professor Brians writes that a common source of confusion about this idiom stems from the verb to have which in this case indicates that once eaten, keeping possession of the cake is no longer possible, seeing that it is in your stomach ( and no longer exists as a cake ).
The National Academy of Sciences ( NAS ) Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation ( BEIR ) report, NAS BEIR VII was an expert panel who reviewed available peer reviewed literature and writes, " the committee concludes that the preponderance of information indicates that there will be some risk, even at low doses ".
Another writer, K. R. Qanungo, writes that, this indicates that the rule which Hemu established, commanding Afghan army was secular and nationalistic.
She writes a deceptive letter to her husband, delivered by her brother the clown, that indicates that she will acquiesce to becoming his concubine rather than his wife.
Commentator Paul Kissling writes that the first part of the verse indicates that " the material universe is good, not evil ; impersonal, not personal " and that the second part reflects the orderly nature of the physical universe.
Stephen Spector cautiously writes " The linguistic evidence indicates that the codex was recorded principally or exclusively by scribes trained in East Anglia " ( Spector, xxix ) Meredith more positively asserts that The Mary Play comes from Norfolk ( Meredith, 6 ).
YAFFS2 instead writes a " shrink header ", which indicates that a certain number of pages before that point are invalid.
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* Adrian Goldsworthy ( born 1969 ), British historian and author who writes mostly about ancient Roman history
Church, Ministry and Sacraments in the New Testament Paternoster Press: 1993, p. 94f </ ref > He also points out that when Ignatius writes to the Romans, there is no mention of a bishop of the Roman Church, " which we may suppose had not not yet adopted the monarchical episcopate.
Suetonius claims that Caligula was already cruel and vicious: he writes that, when Tiberius brought Caligula to Capri, his purpose was to allow Caligula to live in order that he "... prove the ruin of himself and of all men, and that he was rearing a viper for the Roman People and a Phaëton for the world.
Tacitus writes that the Praetorian Prefect, Macro, smothered Tiberius with a pillow to hasten Caligula's accession, much to the joy of the Roman people, while Suetonius writes that Caligula may have carried out the killing, though this is not recorded by any other ancient historian.
In the article “ Bellum Philippicum: Some Roman and Greek Views Concerning the Causes of the Second Macedonian War ”, E. J. Bickerman writes that “ the causes of the fateful war … were vividly debated among both Greeks and Romans ”.
A fermented fish sauce called garum was a staple of Greco-Roman cuisine and of the Mediterranean economy of the Roman Empire, as the first-century encyclopaedist Pliny the Elder writes in Historia Naturalis and the fourth / fifth-century connoisseur Apicius relates in his collection of recipes.
* 1199: Pope Innocent III writes to Kaloyan, inviting him to unite the Bulgarian Church with the Roman Catholic Church.
* Plutarch writes his Parallel Lives of Famous Men ( in Greek Βίοι Παράλληλοι ) containing fifty biographies, of which 46 are presented as pairs comparing Greek and Roman celebrities — for example Theseus and Romulus, Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar, Demosthenes and Cicero.
* Augustine of Hippo, age 59, begins to writes his spiritual book De Civitate Dei ( City of God ) as a reply to the charge that Christianity was responsible for the decline of the Roman Empire.
* Appian writes Ρωμαικα, known in English as the Roman History, in which he includes the history of each nation conquered up until the moment of its conquest.
* Leonardo Fibonacci writes Liber Abaci, about the modus Indorum, the numbering method of India ; it is the first major work in Europe toward moving away from the use of Roman numerals.
Tacitus writes that after Julius Caesar's assassination, a temple in honour of Isis had been decreed ; Augustus suspended this, and tried to turn Romans back to the Roman deities who were closely associated with the state.
* The Roman encyclopaedist Pliny the Elder, in Natural History II. vi. 39, writes that the planet Mercury can be viewed " sometimes before sunrise and sometimes after sunset, but according to Cidenas and Sosigenes never more than 22 degrees away from the sun ".
Paul K. Davis writes, " Constantine ’ s victory gave him total control of the Western Roman Empire paving the way for Christianity to become the dominant religion for the Roman Empire and ultimately for Europe.
Livy, reporting the evidence given by a woman who had been involved in the rites to a Roman investigative consul, writes:
James J Greene writes on the subject: “ If one of the seminally powerful myths in the cultural memory of our past is Aeneas ' rejection of his African queen in order to go on and found the Roman empire, than it is surely significant that Shakespeare's ... depicts precisely and quite deliberately the opposite course of action from that celebrated by Virgil.
Bell, Jr. writes mysteries set in the Roman Empire with Pliny the younger as sleuth and Tacitus as sidekick.
* Gillian Bradshaw, a classical scholar, writes historical fiction set in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Duchy of Brittany, the Byzantine Empire, Saka and the Greco-Bactrian Kingdom, Imperial Rome, Sub-Roman Britain and Roman Britain.
Bede writes that the dispute was brought to a head by Oswiu's son Eahlfrith, who had adopted Roman usages at the urging of Wilfrid.
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`` Dear girl '', Walter had finally said, `` he writes me that he is sleeping in the English Gardens ''.
It was Plummer, in fact, who coined the much quoted remark: `` Mr. Green indeed writes as if he had been present at the landing of the Saxons and had watched every step of their subsequent progress ''.
`` For six years my father had had to do too much commanding and convincing, '' writes the narrator, `` not to understand that man begins with ' the other ' ''.
In his Life of St Willibrord, Alcuin writes that Wilgils, called a paterfamilias, had founded an oratory and church at the mouth of the Humber, which had fallen into Alcuin's possession by inheritance.
The 4th century historian Ammianus Marcellinus, relying on a lost work by Timagenes, a historian writing in the 1st century BC, writes that the Druids of Gaul said that part of the inhabitants of Gaul had migrated there from distant islands.
Chaplin's years with the Fred Karno company had a formative effect on him as an actor and filmmaker ; Simon Louvish writes that the company was his " training ground ".
This measure apparently had no great success, since French voyager Pierre Gilles writes in the middle of 16th century that the Greek population of Constantinople was unable to mention any name of the ancient Byzantine churches transformed in mosques or abandoned.
While he was " slender and mild-mannered ", she had dark good looks that " must have seemed to him exotic ", writes Easton.
Cézanne ’ s work had been mocked at the time by the others in the school, and, writes Rewald, in his later years Cézanne " never forgot the sympathy and understanding with which Pissarro encouraged him.
As he writes: " One of my female friends who had adopted the pseudonym Richard Mutt sent me a porcelain urinal as a sculpture.
Biographer Christopher Sandford writes, " Over the years, most British rockers had tried, one way or another, to become black-by-extension.
By now he had broken his drug addiction ; biographer David Buckley writes that Isolar II was " Bowie's first tour for five years in which he had probably not anaesthetised himself with copious quantities of cocaine before taking the stage.
The town is first mentioned in 742 under the name of " Erphesfurt ": in that year, Saint Boniface writes Pope Zachary to tell him that he had established three dioceses in Thuringia, one of which " in a place called Erphesfurt, which for a long time has been inhabited by pagan natives.
Paul, who is in prison ( probably in either Rome or Ephesus ), writes to a fellow Christian named Philemon and two of his associates: a woman named Apphia, sometimes assumed to be his wife, and a fellow worker named Archippus, who is assumed by some to have been Philemon's son and who also appears to have had special standing in the small church that met in Philemon's house ( see Colossians 4: 17 ).
Kumar writes: " EPR argued that they had proved that ... B can have simultaneously exact values of position and momentum.
Irenaeus also writes that " The Elders witness to this, who in Asia conferred with John the Lord's disciple, to the effect that John had delivered these things unto them: for he abode with them until the times of Trajan.
' There was a hollow space at the center of Kosinski that had resulted from denying his past ,' Sloan writes, ' and his whole life had become a race to fill in that hollow space before it caused him to implode, collapsing inward upon himself like a burnt-out star.
Plutarch writes that many Romans found the triumph held following Caesar's victory to be in poor taste, as those defeated in the civil war had not been foreigners, but instead fellow Romans.