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Marullus

(RE 4), a rhetor known only from L. Annaeus Seneca (1), whom he taught along with M. Porcius Latro. M. Schanz and C. Hosius, § 336. 9. 9. Michael ...

Marullus

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Michael Winterbottom

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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2012
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... ( RE 4) , a rhetor known only from L. Annaeus Seneca (1) , whom he taught along with M. Porcius Latro . PIR 2 M 350; M. Schanz and C. Hosius , § 336. 9. 9. Michael...

Marullus

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The Oxford Dictionary of Original Shakespearean Pronunciation

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2016

...Marullus n mǝˈrɤlǝs sp Murellus 2 , Murrellus 1 ...

Marullus

Marullus  

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(RE 4),a rhetor known only from L. Annaeus Seneca (1), whom he taught along with M. Porcius Latro.M. Schanz and C. Hosius, § 336. 9. 9.Michael Winterbottom[...]
Flavius

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Anne Button

The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare (2 ed.)

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2015

.... (1) The two tribunes Flavius and Murellus (spelled ‘Marullus’ by Theobald and later editors), hostile to Caesar, expostulate with the commoners, Julius Caesar 1.1. (2) Also in Julius Caesar , Flavius is a follower of Brutus (mute, appearing 5.3 (under the name Flavio) and 5.4). (3) He is Timon’s steward, acknowledged by Timon as the ‘One honest man’, Timon of Athens 4.3.498. Anne...

Cornelius (RE 107) Cinna (2), Lucius

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Theodore John Cadoux and Robin J. Seager

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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2012
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...). As praetor he showed republican sympathies: he expressed approval of the murder of Caesar, and was attacked on his way to the senate (17 March) and rescued by M. Aemilius Lepidus (3) . He procured the restoration of the deposed tribunes L. Caesetius Flavus and C. Epidius Marullus , and on 28 November refused the province assigned to him by M. Antonius (2) ( Mark Antony ). He married, perhaps at this time, Pompey 's daughter, widow since 46 of Faustus Cornelius Sulla . He was probably proscribed in 43 (cf. Sen. Clem. 1. 9. 8). See ...

Ronsard, Pierre de

Ronsard, Pierre de   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance

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2005
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...a more direct and erotic portrayal of love in the spirit of the Greek Anthology . The Hymnes of 1555–6 are not Christian hymns, but are rather celebrations of important men, natural phenomena, and idealized abstractions (e.g. Justice), in the tradition, at least in part, of Marullus. Ronsard's late poetry reflects the confessional rift that led to the outbreak of the Wars of Religion in 1562 . He turned his pen to the service of the Church and the crown and wrote works such as the Remonstrance au peuple de France ( 1562 ), which led to his becoming...

Seneca the Elder

Seneca the Elder (c.50 bce–39/40 ce)   Reference library

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome

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2010
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...Spain against Sextus Pompeius in 44–43 , however, may have occasioned a family friendship that Seneca continued when, sometime between 42 and 36 bce , he eventually came to Rome to study rhetoric in the school of Porcius Latro, having completed his preliminary education with Marullus. Seneca returned to Spain around 8 bce , and there he married his wife Helvia , memorialized by their son Lucius (known as Seneca the Younger; born c.4 bce ) in his Consolatio ad Helviam , written shortly after his father's death. Their oldest child, Lucius Annaeus...

Prefects and Procurators

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Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls

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2008

...holy mount, of the massed followers of another popular Moses-like figure led to formal complaints to the legate of Syria, the arrival of the latter in Judea, and Pilate's dismissal. A certain Marcellus was now made interim governor of the province. Whether he was the same man as Marullus, whom Tiberius's successor, the emperor Gaius (nicknamed Caligula), appointed governor of Judea in 37 ce , cannot be determined and does not matter—nothing is recorded about either, the Judean prefects at this point disappearing from the scene. The crisis produced by Gaius's...

Ronsard, Pierre de

Ronsard, Pierre de (1524–85)   Reference library

The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French

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2005
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Literature
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1,037 words

...de folastries ( 1553 ), Le Bocage ( 1554 ), and Les Mélanges ( 1555 ). In marked contrast, 1555–6 also saw the appearance of two books of Hymnes , poems conceived as miniature epics after classical models but more directly indebted to the Hymni of the neo‐Latin poet Marullus . They are written mainly in alexandrine rhyming couplets as celebrations of powerful figures, natural phenomena, and abstract entities (Philosophy, Justice). The style is elevated and the content encyclopaedic, as befits a poet fulfilling his divine and social role as...

Classical influences

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The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French

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2005
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... Franciade ). However, short narrative mythological poetry in the Ovidian manner was thoroughly acclimatized in French (Ronsard, Baïf , Belleau ), as were odes, Pindaric and Horatian (Ronsard, Malherbe ), and hymns in the manner of ancient, pagan Greece, mediated by the Latin Marullus (Ronsard). In the absence of a commercial theatre in the second half of the 16th c., drama was largely a literary, even a school, exercise, subject to the procedures of literary imitation, which ensured that it acquired the characteristics of ancient dramatic writing,...

Murellus

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The Oxford Dictionary of Original Shakespearean Pronunciation

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2016

...Murellus > Marullus ...

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