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129-132; Liv, 4, 1, 6); y numerosos textos de Ciceron (Ad Quint frat, 2, 12, 3; 3, 1, 23; Ad Att, 5,4,1; 5, 16,1; 5, 21;4; Ad Fam, 9,15,1, entre otros) si que mencionan la existencia de viajes de magistrados y senadores a provincias sumptu publico (Cic., Verr, 5, 18, 45) y sumptu sociis de Roma (Liv., 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.
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).
El primer diccionario que recoge esta voz es el Lexicon hoc est dictionarium ex sermone latino in hispaniensem (25) de Nebrija, en donde aparece "delegatio, onis, por aquella embaxada; legatio, onis, por el embaxada"; y no extrana, por ello, que la mayoria de los repertorios de nuestra lengua la compendien tambien, si bien ninguno de ellos ofrece informacion etimologica.
Instead, he ranges more widely, citing passages from Athenagoras, Justin Martyr, and the Epistle to Diognetus, which describe the life of the Christian community whose members are shaped by the dominical sayings to love the enemy; so, for example, unlike Helgeland, he includes Athenagoras (Legatio, 35.4): "we cannot endure to see someone be put to death, even justly" (91).
JUSTINO, Dial., 128,2-4; ATENAGORAS, Legatio, X,4; HIPOLITO, Contra Noetum, XI,1; TERTULIANO, Adv.
This year's special section is on Philo and Roman imperial power, with chapters on Caligula, the imperial cult, and Philo's Legatio; Philo and Josephus on the violence in Alexandria in 38 CE; and Philo on Flaccus and Rome.
(45) Athenagoras, Apology 21.1, 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.