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42, 1), como legati, y en el caso de senadores mediante la legatio libera (como si fuesen legati).
Most interestingly, in this paper, Baker, quite to the contrary, envisions Jewishness as multiethnic and multiracial through an interpretation of Philo's Flaccum 46 and Legatio ad Gaium along with Acts 2.
And with that, co-writer/director Kevin Reynolds presents yet another characterization of Pilate that is contrary to the historical record (Philo, Legatio ad Gaium 302).
Por su parte, Luke Wadding compilo su negociado en Legatio Philippi III, et IV.
1970 [(1) 1961]), Philonis Alexandrini Legatio ad Gaium, Leiden.
41) Dudum te, frater beatissime, in Constantinopolitana urbe cognoscens, cum me illic sedis apostolice responsa constringerent et te illuc iniuncta pro causis fidei Gotorum legatio perduxisset, omne in tuis auribus, quod michi de me displicebat, exposui.
El propio Antonio envio a Octaviano a su hijo Antilo como emisario, pero lo hizo solo en su tercera legatio, manifestando de este modo la relevancia de la mision, enfatizada, ademas, por la aportacion de una elevada suma de dinero (126).
128,2-4; ATENAGORAS, Legatio, X,4; HIPOLITO, Contra Noetum, XI,1; TERTULIANO, Adv.
1, in Athenagoras, Legatio and De Resurrectione, trans.
The description of Jerusalem as a terrestrial center point, situated in the center of the world, is found in Philo's Legatio and Gaium," Flynn notes.
Eis o texto latino: (1) O quam sollennis legatio, Qua tuum, Deus, filium Unigenitum Transmisisti, spiritum Spirantem paraclitum, Cuius radio Pio nos cum filio Visita Lucis vita, Mundum illuminans Ac seminans Vim amoris.
28) Damiao de Goes, Legatio Magni indorum imperatoris Presbyteri Ioannis, ad Emanuelem Lusitanae Regem, Anno Domini MDXIIII (Antwerp, 1532).