Definition of Livius. Meaning of Livius. Synonyms of Livius

Definition of Livius. Meaning of Livius. Synonyms of Livius

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- Livius is a genus of spiders in the Amaurobiidae family. It was first described in 1967 by Roth. As of 2017[update], it contains only one species, Livius...
- was born Titus Livius in Patavium in northern Italy, now modern Padua. There is a debate[citation needed] about the year of Titus Livius' birth, 64 BC...
- Liviu is a Romanian given name deriving from Latin Livius. Liviu may refer to: Constantin-Liviu Cepoi (born 1969), a Romanian-Moldovan luger Dorin Liviu...
- Tomokazu Sugita Neil is Livius's butler and tutor who often accompanies Livius during his travels. He seems to understand Livius and he cares about him...
- confused with Livy, the Augustan-era historian whose Latin name is Livius. Lucius Livius Andronicus (/ˈlɪviəs/; c. 284 – c. 205 BC) was a Greco-Roman dramatist...
- The younger Marcus Livius Drusus, son of Marcus Livius Drusus the Elder, was a Roman politician and reformer, most famous as tribune of the plebeians...
- Liviu Nicolae Dragnea (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈlivju nikoˈla.e ˈdraɡne̯a]; born 28 October 1962) is a Romanian engineer and politician. The leader of...
- (1963). Titus Livius, Ab Urbe Condita i. 41. Titus Livius, Ab Urbe Condita i. 42. Titus Livius, Ab Urbe Condita i. 56. Titus Livius, Ab Urbe Condita...
- Timonides, a closet Christian, and the stern and honest general Gaius Livius. Livius has close connections with the imperial family, being the lover of Aurelius'...
- Tradition. Westminster John Knox Press. p. 35. ISBN 9780664227272.  See livius.org, reverse side, line 12. "Second Temple Period (538 BCE. to 70 CE)...
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