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Nos referimos a las legiones IIII Macedonica, VI Victrix, X Gemina, I Adiutrix, VII Galbiana y VII Gemina; asi como al ala II Flavia Hispanorum c.
Dating back about 1,800 years, this letter was written, mainly in Greek, by Aurelius Polion, an Egyptian man who served with the legio II Adiutrix legion around modern-day Hungary.
Polion, who lived at a time when the Roman Empire controlled Egypt, was part of the legio II Adiutrix legion stationed in Pannonia Inferior (around modern-day Hungary).
Erroneamente se cita con frecuencia la famosa frase "non adiutrix nisi libera, non libera nisi adiutrix philosophia" (Blondel, 1996, p.
2009) observed Trachemys adiutrix (Vanzolini 1995) and Kinosternon scorpioides (Linnaeus 1766) in an area of dunes on Curupu island, in the Brazilian state of Maranhao, while Fretey (1977) observed spot-legged turtles in areas isolated from bodies of water.
Siguen siendo distintas una de otra, pero distintas en aras de un relacion efectiva: non adiutrix nisi libera; non libera nisi adiutrix philosophia>> (7).
Tu requies, species, saties et manna saporis, Nutrix, adiutrix, tutrix in agone laboris, Tu libanus, platanus, clibanus per flamen amoris, Balsamus et calamus, thalamus, spiramen odoris.
Matthaius, a Syrian Jew, served in the Legio I Adiutrix under Nero and received Roman citizenship in 68.