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NEPOS. A grandson. This term is used in making genealogical tables.

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43) A century ago, a scholar attempted to restore the Life of Epaminondas by bringing together quotations (with analyses) using not only an array of passages from Plutarch (some not having directly to do with Epaminondas), but also passages from Cornelius Nepos, Xenophon, Diodorus Siculus, Cicero, Polyaenus, and others to fit the passages together.
Lejos de ello, los dos primeros criminalizaron a don Nepo y el otro sigue perorando por el pais.
Forme archaique encore presente chez Cornelius Nepos (Ham.
10 (Mercuri, facunde nepos Atlantis, O Mercury, articulate grandson of Atlas) is the first poem in the collection in which the addressee is not a human being.
2, 7 (QVIS tota Italia ueneficus, QVIS gladiaTOR, QVIS latro, QVIS sicarius, QVIS parricida, QVIS testamentorum subiecTOR, QVIS CircumscripTOR, QVIS ganeo, QVIS nepos, QVIS adulter, QVAE mulier infamis, QVIS CORRVPTOR iuuentutis, QVIS CORRVPTVS, QVIS perdiTVS inueniri potest, qui se cum Catilina non familiarissime uixisse fateatur?
A good example of the influence of the historic factor upon the structure of the village can be represented by the village of Nepos, a dotted about village located oh the right side of the Somesului Mare river.
Back in the first century AD, Cornelius Nepos admitted as much by apologetically opening his Lives of Eminent Commanders with acknowledgement that many would judge his type of biographical analysis as "trifling" (1886).
Estaba Nepos, Obispo, en quien fue coroza la mitra, afirmando que los santos habian de reynar con Christo (sic) en la tierra mil anos en lascivias y regalos" (129, citing Covarrubias Orozco, under corona, Diccionario [1791], under mitra, and Quevedo, 110).
El nombre completo del protagonista de esto oraculo y de este episodio belico es Marcus Sedatius C(aii) f(ilius) Severianus Iulius Acer Metillius Nepos Rufinus Ti(berius) Rutilianus Censor, nacido en 105 y muerto a finales de 161, combatiendo en Armenia (26).
Elder in his Naturalis historiae on the authority of Cornelius Nepos.
36) The dash opens an indefinite period with the "few years" that, Byron intuits, through this allusion to Julius Nepos, the emperor has left to live; beginning with the dash, public reputation may now be trumped by shortterm cutting of losses in a system of calculation.