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  • Fragmenta Valesiana — is a Roman text written by Cassius Dio, dispersed throughout various writers, scholastics, grammarians, lexicographers, etc., and collected by Henri de Valois …   Wikipedia

  • EXCERPTA VALESIANA — EXCERPTA VALESIANA, historical work, written c. 550 and treating the reigns of Odoacer and Theodoric (474–526). It notes a conflict between Jews and Christians, probably over baptism, at Ravenna, after which the Christians burned the synagogues.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Excerpta Valesiana —    A short biography of Constantine I (q.v.) written in the late fourth century by an anonymous pagan author. Compared to the fulsome praise of Eusebios of Caesarea (q.v.), the view of Constantine is surprisingly objective. The author even makes… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Chatti — This article is about the ancient Germanic tribe. For the village in Pakistan, see Chathi. The Roman empire under Hadrian (ruled 117–138), showing the location of the Chatti in central Germany. The Chatti (also Chatthi or Catti) were an ancient… …   Wikipedia

  • Anonyme de Valois — On donne le nom d Anonyme de Valois (ou fragment de Valois, en latin Anonymus Valesianus) à deux courts textes historiques latins du IVe siècle et VIe siècle, d après le nom du premier éditeur du manuscrit qui nous les a transmis, Henri …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Аноним Валезия — (Anonymus Valesianus), также Excerpta Valesiana I и II  условное название латинского текста, который был впервые опубликован французским учёным Генриком Валезием (Анри де Валуа, 1603 1676) в его издании Аммиана Марцеллина (1636). Название не …   Википедия

  • pernet — (pèr nè) s. m. Terme vieilli. Faire le pernet, être assis comme un pernet, faire l entendu, le glorieux, Valesiana, p. 202. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Suivant le Valesiana, pernet est baronetus, petit baron …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Constantius II — Emperor of the Roman Empire Bust of Constantius II Reign 324 (November 13) – 337 …   Wikipedia

  • Constantius Chlorus — Constantius I 54th Emperor of the Roman Empire Reign 293–305 (as Caesar with Maximian); 305–306 (as August …   Wikipedia

  • Cassius Dio — Lucius Cassius Dio Cocceianus[1][2] (Greek: Δίων ὁ Κάσσιος, c. AD 155 or 163/164[3] to after 229), known in English as Cassius Dio, Dio Cassius, or Dio (Dione. lib) was a Roman consul and a noted historian writing in Greek. Dio published a… …   Wikipedia

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