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Ly·on

(lī'on),
B. B. Vincent, U.S. physician, 1880-1953. See: Meltzer-Lyon test.

Ly·on

(lī'on),
Mary F., 20th-century English cytogeneticist. See: Lyon hypothesis, lyonization.
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Segun este mismo autor, una parte de los nuevos pobladores serian deportados hispanos (Vetones, Arevacos o celtiberos, al estilo de Lugdunum Convenarum), que cohabitarian desde entonces con los preexistentes Vascones, y que, como en el caso de Pompeiopolis,donde los piratas cilicios convivieron con los antiguos habitantes, la ciudad pasaria a llamarse desde entonces o desde algun tiempo posterior, Pompelo, en honor a Pompeyo (Pina, 2004: 237; Andreu, 2006: 197 y Artica, 2009: 186).
Cooper brings out the particular concerns of the Lyonnese humanists: the antiquarian interests of Du Choul reflected in the reconstructions of ancient Roman armour and dress, the gladiatorial combats and the recreation of elements of the townscape of the Roman Lugdunum (achieved by means of some rapid demolition work), most notably the triumphal arch based on the lost Temple of Honour and Virtue in Rome, and the inscriptions with their frequent Virgilian and imperial themes.
46) Bernard, Geofroy Tory, 8: `ipsum (the manuscript for his edition of Quintilian), ut jussisti, a Parrhisiis Lugdunum misi.
Today, Italian chef Renzo Pedrazzini puts Roman specialities on the menu of his restaurant Le Lugdunum in South West France and has published a book of Apicius's recipes.
64, the people of Lugdunum donated HS 4,000,000 to the city of Rome (Tact Ann.
He compares the roughly contemporary, pro-Montanist epistolary description of the Lugdunum martyrs (Eus.
All of the Celtic Gaul tribal chiefs were called to Lugdunum on August 1st in 12 B.
So, for example, the pogrom against Christians in the city of Lugdunum (Lyons) in AD 177, highlighted the achievements of a Christian woman who would otherwise have been regarded as 'contemptible' and 'cheap' by the prevalent male values of her world: the slave woman Blandina.
Born at Lugdunum (Lyons) in Gaul (now France) as Septimius Bassianus (April 4, 186), the son of L.
De hecho, las anforas provinciales Clase 24/ Oberaden 83 se documentan en toda la costa mediterranea y en los campamentos del Rin y Lugdunum, poblacion que fue un puesto clave en el avituallamiento de las legiones establecidas en Germania (26).