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  • After the defeat of the Romans by Pyrrhus at Heraclea (280), Fabricius was sent to treat for the ransom and exchange of the prisoners.
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  • The story that Pyrrhus attempted to frighten Fabricius by the sight of an elephant is probably a fiction.
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  • In 278 Fabricius was elected consul for the second time, and was successful in negotiating terms of peace with Pyrrhus, who sailed away to Sicily.
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  • Fabricius afterwards gained a series of victories over the Samnites, the Lucanians and the Bruttians, and on his return to Rome received the honour of a triumph.
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  • Fabricius was regarded by the Romans of later times as a model of ancient simplicity and incorruptible integrity.
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  • Georg Fabricius >>
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  • Fabricius, Bibliogr.
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  • The great monument of Gortyna discovered by Halbherr and Fabricius (Monumenti antichi, iii.) is the most important monument of early law hitherto brought to light in any part of the Greek world.
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  • iv.) are the best; but Tillemont, Fabricius, Walch (Historie d.
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  • P. Migne, Patrologia Graeca, clx.; for a complete list see Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca (ed.
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  • At the same place appeared in 1767 Leem's work, De Lapponibus Finmarchiae, to which Gunnerus contributed some good notes on the ornithology of northern Norway, and at Copenhagen and Leipzig was published in 1780 the Fauna Groenlandica of Otho Fabricius.
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  • C. Fabricius (Systema entomologica, 1775), and extended in France by G.
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  • Fabricius, Paris, 1621,1621, and Bekker, Berlin, 1842).
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  • The list of Greek authors whom Clement has quoted occupies upwards of fourteen of the quarto pages in Fabricius's Bibliotheca Graeca.
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  • Gaius Luscinus Fabricius >>
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  • Arsenius went so far as to excommunicate the emperor, who, having vainly sought for pardon, took refuge in false accusations against Arsenius and caused him to be banished to Proconnesus, where some years afterwards (according to Fabricius in 1264; others say in 127 3) he died.
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  • This minuter study had two origins, one in the researches of the medical anatomists, such as Fabricius (1537-1619), Severinus (1580-1656), Harvey (1578-1657), and Tyson (1649-1708), the other in the careful work of the entomologists and first microscopists, such as Malpighi (1628-1694), Swammerdam (1637-1680), and Hook (1635-1702).
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  • Fabricius (1878) and C. Muller in Geographici Graeci minores, i., where the subject is fully discussed; see also G.
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  • Moestlin and his pupil Kepler - the latter applying it in 1607 to the observation of a transit of Mercury - also by Johann Fabricius, in 1611, for the first observations of sun-spots.
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  • In 1611 Johann Fabricius published his observations of sun-spots and describes how he and his father fell back upon the old method of projecting the sun's image in a darkened room, finding that they could observe the spots just as well as with the telescope.
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  • Fabricius from a Hamburg MS. and published in his Bibliotheca Graeca, vi.
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  • They have been partially catalogued by Fabricius in his Bibliotheca Graeca.
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  • C. Fabricius (1775), is used by many writers in preference to Hemiptera.
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  • The Pons Fabricius (mod.
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  • Germany is represented by Fabricius and J.
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  • Fabricius).
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  • Fabricius has collected the "Greek Fragments of Manichaean Epistles" in his Bibliotheca Graeca (vii.
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  • In addition to the notices in Wadding, du Moustier, Sbaraglia and Fabricius, see C. Siegfried, in Archiv.
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  • C. Fabricius, who proposed for them the ordinal name of Odonata 11775).
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  • Fabricius (1551); P. Daniel, who first published the enlarged commentary (1600); and G.
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  • Fabricius in the production of his Bibliotheca Graeca and his edition of Sextus Empiricus.
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  • Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca, v.
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  • C. Fabricius (1775) was the first to recognize the unnaturalness of these arrangements, and founded for the reception of the group an order Ulonata.
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  • See Boeckh, Philolaus des Pythagoreers Lehren nebst den Bruchstiicken seines Werkes (Berlin, 1819); Schaarschmidt, Die angebliche Schriftstellerei des Philolaus (1864); also Fabricius, Bibliotheca graeca; Zeller, History of Greek Philosophy; Chaignet, Pythagore et la philosophie pythagoricienne, contenant les fragments de Philolaus et d'Architas (1873); Th.
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  • For a complete list of his numerous works, consisting of translations from Greek into Latin (Plato, Aristotle and the Fathers) and original essays in Greek (chiefly theological) and Latin (grammatical and rhetorical), see Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca (ed.
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  • Fabricius, Codex Apocryph.
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  • Fabricius, Bibl.
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  • Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca, ix.
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  • For other persons of the name see Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca (ed.
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  • Fabricius, whose son-in-law he subsequently became.
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  • Fabricius.
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  • Fabricius (1632-1696), and was appointed professor extraordinarius of Hebrew and later of philosophy.
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  • Fabricius (1698).
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  • This was the first variable star to be discovered, having been noticed in 1596 by David Fabricius, who thought it was a new star (a Nova).
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  • See Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca (ed.
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  • Alcock (1901) describes from his own observation the newly hatched Phyllosoma larva of Thenus orientalis, Fabricius.
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  • C. Fabricius in the preceding year, may also be one of its members.
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  • C. Fabricius instituted the genus Gammarus for five species, of which only three were amphipods, while he left five other amphipods in the genus Oniscus, from this total of eight science has developed the order, at first very slowly, but of late by great leaps and bounds, so that now the Gammaridea alone comprise more than 1300 species, distributed among some 300 genera and 39 families.
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  • Fabricius, Bibliotheca graeca, x.
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  • Conjectural plans or descriptions, differing widely, are given by Leake, Forchhammer, Ulrichs, Bursian, Fabricius and others (references below).
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  • Fabricius, Theben (Freiburg im Breisgau, 1890); E.
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  • A list of the known writings of Gennadius is given in Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca, ed.
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  • Finally these two councillors, together with Fabricius, secretary of the royal council, were thrown from the windows of the Hradcany into the moat below - an event known in history as the Defenestration of Prague.
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  • GEORG FABRICIUS (1516-1571), German poet, historian and archaeologist, was born at Chemnitz in upper Saxony on the 23rd of April 1516, and educated at Leipzig.
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  • A life of Georg Fabricius was published in 1839 by D.
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  • Baumgarten-Crusius, who in 1845 also issued an edition of Fabricius's Epistolae ad W.
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  • Hieronymus Fabricius >>
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  • C. Fabricius towards the end of the 18th century.
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  • A complete list of his works is given in Fabricius, Bibliotheca graeca, x.
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  • Finally the name Tarantula, in a scientific and systematic sense, was first given by Fabricius to a Ceylonese species of amblypygous Pedipalpi, still sometimes quoted as Phrynus lunatus.
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  • And similar results to his were in fact independently obtained in various parts of Europe by Christopher Scheiner at Ingolstadt, by Johann Fabricius at Osteel in Friesland, and by Thomas Harriot at Syon House, Isleworth.
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  • As regards sun-spots, however, Johann Fabricius of Osteel in Friesland can claim priority of publication, if not of actual detection.
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  • Kiessling, 1821), containing some 120 essays; for a list of them see Fabricius, Bibliotheca graeca (ed.
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  • Fabricius, Bibliotheca graeca (ed.
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  • "FABRICIUS the one-eyed"), Roman general, was the first member of the Fabrician gens who settled in Rome.
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  • In classical literature: Initia doctrinae Solidioris (1736), many subsequent editions; Initia rhetorica (1730); editions, mostly annotated, of Xenophon's Memorabilia (1737), Cicero (1737-1739), Suetonius (1748), Tacitus (1752), the Clouds of Aristophanes (1754), Homer (1759-1764), Callimachus (1761), Polybius (1764), as well as of the Quaestura of Corradus, the Greek lexicon of Hedericus, and the Bibliotheca Latina of Fabricius (unfinished); Archaeologia litteraria (1768), new and improved edition by Martini (1790); HoratiusTursellinus De particulis (1769).
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  • Besides the earlier labours of Tillemont, Ceillier, Oudin, Du Pin and Fabricius and Harless, see Schrbckh, Kirchengesch., vol.
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  • Retterer, " Contribution a 1'etude du cloaque et de la bourse de Fabricius, " Robin's Journ.
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  • Fabricius, Hippolyti opera graece et latine (2 vols., Hamburg, 1716-1718, reprinted in Gallandi, Bibliotheca veterum patrum (vol.
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