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1. The Continence of Scipio and Katherine Manners, Anna M. Trotter | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

This work considers and connects the Jacobean-Caroline Era painting The Continence of Scipio, c.1620/1, Christ Church Gallery, Oxford, and the play ‘Hannibal and Scipio’ (1635) by Thomas Nabbes ... Attribution for this resource:. The Continence of

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2. Resources | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

Jacobean-Caroline Era painting The Continence of Scipio, c.1620/1, Christ Church Gallery, Oxford, and the play ‘Hannibal and Scipio’ (1635) by Thomas Nabbes (1605-41).

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3. MLA VIDES 2013 | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

This work considers and connects the Jacobean-Caroline Era painting The Continence of Scipio, c.1620/1, Christ Church Gallery, Oxford, and the.

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4. Resources | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

The Continence of Scipio and Katherine Manners, Anna M. Trotter. ... This work considers and connects the Jacobean-Caroline Era painting The Continence of Scipio, c.1620/1, Christ Church Gallery, Oxford, and the play ‘Hannibal and Scipio’ (1635) by

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5. Postgraduate Workshop: Exemplarity | TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities

Eustathius”. 14.05–14.40 Katherine Kraus (Somerville), “Reading Scipio Nasica in Livy AUC 29, and.

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6. https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/id/magistrate/1062.ttl

duovir) attested in Caesaraugusta (Hispania) under Caligula."@en ; skos:inScheme nm: ; skos:prefLabel "Scipio"@en ; org:hasMembership https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/magistrate/1062#issuer.

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7. Hoard Details 4562

There are also a statue commonly called of Sepeone (Scipio), from the Late Empire age, and the remains of a Capitolium, built in Italic-Etruscan style after 191 BC, near the

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8. Hoard Details 4636

In the course of the Second Punic War, the king of the Masaesyli, Syphax, allied himself with the Roman Republic, and the armies led by Scipio Africanus, while the Maesulians, ruled

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9. Hoard Details 4676

The Romans, led by consul Gnaeus Cornelius Scipio Calvus, fought the Insubres and captured the city in 222 BC.

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10. Hoard Details 5377

Caesar's attempts to negotiate with Longus were rejected but the campaign subsequently led to his victory over Metellus Scipio and Juba at Thapsus, after which Longus was killed by his

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