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  • ...rrounding his activities in the Empire's capital are obscure.<ref>Healy, ''Pliny the Elder on Science and Technology'', pp. 4&ndash;6.</ref> It is known, however, tha ...lder on Science and Technology'', pp. 7, 37&ndash;38, 40.</ref> In A.D. 79 Pliny the Elder was admiral of the Roman fleet of [[Misenum]], on Italy's west coast. The c
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  • ...rrounding his activities in the Empire's capital are obscure.<ref>Healy, ''Pliny the Elder on Science and Technology'', pp. 4&ndash;6.</ref> It is known, however, tha ...lder on Science and Technology'', pp. 7, 37&ndash;38, 40.</ref> In A.D. 79 Pliny the Elder was admiral of the Roman fleet of [[Misenum]], on Italy's west coast. The c
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  • .... Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0195102338.</ref> In A.D. 79 [[Pliny the Elder]] was admiral of the Roman fleet at Misenum when [[Vesuvius]] erupted. He d
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  • ...nd, and was a tenth of the contents of the Pharaoh's treasury in 305. B.C. Pliny the Elder, Lucian, and Strabo all attribute the design of the Lighthouse to a man nam
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  • ...f Caligula, and was repeated by later writers such as Suetonius himself, [[Pliny the Elder]], and [[Tacitus]]. Modern historians have generally arrived at similar con
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  • ...] who came from the Italian city of [[Formia|Formiae]].<ref name="pliny">[[Pliny the Elder]], ''Natural History'' [http://perseus.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/cgi-bin///ptext?
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  • ...tiquity]] mentioned the statue only three give much detail. According to [[Pliny the Elder]] (one of the three more useful sources) the statue cost 300 talents to bui
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  • ...ave done, and not to leave the other undone." Matthew 23:23, KJV.</ref> [[Pliny the Elder]] wrote in the first century that the best anise was found in [[Crete]] and
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  • ...nd the Romans certainly bred dogs for specific, replicable qualities.<ref> Pliny the Elder, ''Natural History'' </ref> <ref> ''Concise Encyclopedia of Dogs'' contains
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  • Aristotle also mentions the unicorn, as do Pliny the Elder, and Aelian. According to Pliny, the "monoceros" has a stag's head, elephan
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  • ...entary evidence from the Roman Empire also largely refutes this notion: "[[Pliny the Elder]]" did not die at the ripe old age of 22!
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  • ...or the events of that day. At the time Pliny was staying with his uncle, [[Pliny the Elder]], in [[Misenum]] on the north coast of the Bay of Naples. The elder Pliny ...wn about 20km into the air. It was this cloud that caught the attention of Pliny the Elder at Misenum 30km away. As admiral of the fleet at Misenum, he readied a sing
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  • ...or the events of that day. At the time Pliny was staying with his uncle, [[Pliny the Elder]], in [[Misenum]] on the north coast of the Bay of Naples. The elder Pliny ...wn about 20km into the air. It was this cloud that caught the attention of Pliny the Elder at Misenum 30km away. As admiral of the fleet at Misenum, he readied a sing
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  • * ''a caeso matris utero''<ref>Pliny the Elder, ''Natural History'' [http://perseus.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/cgi-bin/ptext?look
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  • * ''a caeso matris utero''<ref>Pliny the Elder, ''Natural History'' [http://perseus.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/cgi-bin/ptext?look
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  • [[Pliny the Elder]]'s [[Natural History (Pliny)|Natural History]] also has sections on geogra
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  • ...oman world is united in the opinion that Nero was a tyrant. For instance [[Pliny the Elder]] wrote that Nero was "the destroyer of the human race". For later historia
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  • ...entary evidence from the Roman Empire also largely refutes this notion: "[[Pliny the Elder]]" did not die at the ripe old age of 22!
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  • <tr><th>Dimanche<th>28<td>[[Muhammad]]<td>[[Virgil]]<td>[[Plato]]<td>[[Pliny the Elder]]<td>[[Trajan]]
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  • :'''The [[Essene]] sect''': The Essenes are mentioned by Josephus, Philo, and Pliny the Elder. Whether the [[Qumran]] community were Essenes is uncertain. The idea that
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