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Antōnius Pallas, Marcus

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Claudius

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(10 bc–54 ad)

Roman emperor (41–54 ad). He spent his early life engaged in historical study, prevented from entering public life by his physical infirmity; he was proclaimed...

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Felix

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Governor of Judaea from 52 ce; he had been appointed on the recommendation of the high priest Jonathan. Paul was tried by Antonius Felix at Caesarea (probably in 60 ce).

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Iulia

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(RE ‘Iulius’ 575),

sometimes called Livilla, youngest daughter of Germanicus and Vipsania Agrippina (2), born in ad 18. In 33 she married M. Vinicius (grandson of M. Vinicius and...

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Marcius Barea Soranus, Quintus

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(RE 2)

suffect consul ad 52. As consul designate he proposed honours for Claudius' freedman M. Antonius Pallas. He incurred Nero's anger for his just proconsulate in Asia (before...

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Narcissus

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Freedman secretary for correspondence to Claudius, acquiring 400 million sesterces and great political influence. He went to Gaul in ad 43 to embark the invasion force for Britain and...

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ornamenta

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Ornaments were the decorations, costume, and status of a specific senatorial rank, quaestorian, praetorian, or consular, and in the republic were granted only in exceptional cases. In the...

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Philadelphia

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(Darb El-Gerza), a village in the Arsinoite nome (meris of Heracleides; see nomos (1)) in the NE Fayūm, founded by Ptolemy (1) II Philadelphus during drainage round lake Moeris. Berlin ...

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