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Vegetius was a Roman writer of the fourth century ad who wrote Epitoma Rei Militaris (Concerning Military Matters), a treatise about warfare and military principles to explain methods and practices used during the Roman Empire.
Sometime between AD384-389), Vegetius wrote his treatise Epitoma rei militaris (Epitome of military science) (Whipp et al.
Vegetius in Context: Establishing the Date of the Epitoma Rei Militaris (Historia-Einzelschrift.
THE original Latin of that expression comes from Epitoma Rei Militaris by Vegetius (Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus).
Roman Flavius Renatus Vegetius' work Epitoma Rei Militaris (A Summary of Military Matters) is given a solid look.
During this same time, Luther would also publish a foreword to Sylvester Prierias's anti-Luther tract, Epitoma responsionis ad Martinum Luther, in order to refute it.
But he was the epitomA of optimism at yesterday's press conference, making light of an uncomfortable week that started last Saturday with a third defeat in eight days, saw him under fire from the fans and involved a meeting with his chairman.
Leaping around on a basketball court in skimpy outfits which show off her tanned midriff and toned thighs, she is the epitomA of sexy.
28) For the exile of Possidius among the clariores, see Prosper Tiro, Epitoma Chronicon 1327 (for the year 437) (MGH AA.
In Justinus's Epitoma Historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi, Semiramis's life is told in rather shorter fashion than in Diodorus's History, but with a similar emphasis on her achievements as a political leader.