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PAX

[MIM*167410]. Human transcription units that have paired domains with highly conserved sequences very similar to those found in Drosophila genes "paired" (prd) and "gooseberry" (gsb).
Synonym(s): paired box genes
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E ela que, multiplicando a raca dos mortais, mediante uma sucessao regenerada, aperfeicoa as possibilidades e cultiva os costumes, sugerindo-nos a ideia de que o ignorante desconhece tais bens porque jamais os procurou (MARSILIUS VON PADUA, Defensor Pacis, I, 1, 1) (6).
The Templum Pacis was also located, as Suetonius indicates, foro proximum.
2) Charles William PREVITE-ORTON, "Introduction", en The Defensor Pacis of Marsilius of Padua, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1928, p.
De Jure Belli ac Pacis was read widely in the European intellectual circles of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and it must have then exerted some influence on the process by which the severity of war in Europe was mitigated.
Mussolini laid out the Piazza Augusto Imperatore, in which the Ara Pacis was resurrected to form one side of a square of Fascist architecture enclosing the sacred Mausoleum of Augustus.
Stylistically, the Ara Pacis friezes represent the period of greatest influence of Greek sculpture on Roman art.
He combines his duties with running the government-sponsored Regina Pacis hostel, in a disused diocesan holiday centre for children of poor families.
To this end she devotes a chapter each to Augustine's City of God, Aquinas, Dante's De Monarchia, Marsilius of Padua's Defensor Pacis, More's Utopia, and Bacon's New Atlantis.
The OCSP classification divided the 305 patients into 100 with TACIs (33%), 101 with PACIs (33%), 80 with LACIs (26%) and 24 with POCIs (8%).
She rejects the view, advanced by Jocelyn Toynbee and others, that if we had the names of the Ara Pacis sculptors then they would necessarily be Greek; and she shows, with an interesting excursus on the modern history of the Altar, how politics has shaped scholarly opinion here.
Et ditant Latias tertia dona tribus: Hos quoque secretos memoravit Roma triumphos, Nec minor ista tuae laurea pacis erat, Ouod tibi de sancta credis pietate tuorum.