Galba


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Galba

the host snail for the intermediate stages of Fasciola hepatica in North America.
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Otao comeca por denegrir Galba e Pisao, acusando-os de terem um temperamento dificil e de serem avarentos (tristitia et auaritia), argumentos muito adequados a sua audiencia indisciplinada e determinada a nao sair da crise politica de maos vazias (6).
Assim, ha os imperadores que morrem bem (Augusto, Vespasiano e Tito), os que sao castigados, quer pelo assassinio (pelo ferro: Julio Cesar, Caligula, Galba, Vitelio, Domiciano; pelo veneno, suspeitas em Tiberio e Claudio), quer pelo suicidio (Nero), e os que se redimem (Otao), sendo-lhes concedido "aplauso" ou "pateada".
Para evitar una trampa, Galba le pide al jugador que monte guardia en las inmediaciones con un ejercito.
Cotton Galba IV = G und Stadlers Carnotensis 62 = C inzwischen noch eine dritte, Lincoln Cathedral 220 = L (hier fehlen durch mechanischen Verlust [section] 1-52 Rose), aber durch den Vergleich der altesten Hs.
Aside from their suicides, there are other similarities between Nero, the last of the Julio-Claudians, and Otho, who had toppled his predecessor Galba in a bloody coup d'etat.
and Galba, so sixteenth-century counterparts attached great significance
La cronologia de los emperadores romanos continua de este modo: Del 68 al 69: Galba (Servio Sulpicio Galba).
Dernier grand roman de chevalerie medieval, Tirant lo Blanc est l'ceuvre du chevalier Joanot Martorell et de son continuateur Marti Joan de Galba.
hepatica se encuentran en los caracoles Lymnaea, Fossaria, Galba y Pseudosuccinea, como hospederos intermediarios; estas abandonan al caracol y se adhieren a las frutas y vegetales de tallo corto y de consumo crudo en ensaladas, extractos (lechuga, berros, alfalfa, entre otros), siendo asi la manera como se infecta el hombre.
The scribe also copied London, British Library, MS Cotton Galba E.
Livia had written a legacy of 50 000 000 sesterces to Galba in the form
Among the topics here are early translations from Arabic of texts concerning nature in MSS British Library, Additional 22719 and Cotton Galba E IV; Antioch as a link between Arabic and Latin culture in the 12th and 13th centuries; whether John of Seville and John of Spain were ever seen in the same room; the coherence of the Arabic-Latin translation program in Toledo during the 12th century; Michael Scot and the transmission of scientific culture from Toledo to Bologna via the court of Frederick II Hohenstaufen; and Frederick II's philosopher Master Theodore.