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Numerology information Licinia:
- Name Number: 3. Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Songs about Licinia:
- Licinia by Johnny Rao from the Album I Need a Hero! More 60 Pop Rock Collection Songs...
- Licinia by Johnny Rao from the Album Years of Songs
- Licinia by Johnny Rao from the Album Love Songs Collection... for Japan (How Deep Is Your Love, My Heart Will Go On, I Will Always Love You, Love Story, If You Love Somebody, Love Me Tender...)
- Nonna licinia by Rocco Todeschini from the Album Il battagliero
Books about Licinia:
- EU Policies in the Eastern Neighbourhood: The practices perspective - May 6, 2014 by Elena Korosteleva and Michal Natorski
- Security in Shared Neighbourhoods: Foreign Policy of Russia, Turkey and the EU (New Security Challenges) - Jan 27, 2016 by Licínia Simão and Rémi Piet
- Eudoxia Licinia; tragedia (Portuguese Edition) - Sep 27, 2010 by Manuel Caetano 1765- Pimenta de Aguiar
- Histoire De La Lutte Entre Les Patriciens Et La Plèbe À Rome, Depuis L'abolition De La Royauté Jusqu'a La Loi... - Sep 22, 2011 by Henri Schuermans
- Eudoxia Licinia: Tragedia... (Portuguese Edition) - Feb 29, 2012 by Manoel Caetano Pimenta de Aguiar
- Die lex Licinia Sextia de modo agrorum, die lex de modo agrorum und die rogatio Laelia agraria (German Edition) - Nov 13, 2013 by Lilly Maier
- Lex licinia sextia de modo agrorum - fiction or reality? (Commentationes humanarum litterarum, 96) - 1991 by Björn Forsén
- Manual de Direito Administrativo (Em Portuguese do Brasil) - 2015 by Licinia Rossi Correia Dias
- Gesto e parola nell'Eneide (Testi e manuali per l'insegnamento universitario del latino) (Italian Edition) - 2000 by Licinia Ricottilli
- Education and Society in a Changing Mizoram: The Practice of Pedagogy - 2014 by KOROSTELEVA, ELENA; NATORSKI, MICHAL; SIMÃO, LICÍNIA
Wiki information Licinia:
The gens Licinia was a celebrated plebeian family at Rome, which appears from the earliest days of the Republic until imperial times, and which eventually obtained the imperial dignity. The first of the gens to obtain the consulship was Gaius...
Licinia is the name used by ancient Roman women of the gens Licinia, including Licinia was the daughter of Gaius Licinius Varus and the sister of Publius Licinius Crassus and Gaius Licinius Crassus. She married Publius Mucius Scaevola and bore him at...
- Licinia Eudoxia
- Person, Deceased Person, Noble person
Licinia Eudoxia was a Roman Empress, daughter of Eastern Emperor Theodosius II. Her husbands included the Western Emperors Valentinian III and Petronius Maximus.
- Licinia Lentini
- Actor, Person, Topic, Film actor
Licinia Lentini is an Italian actress and television personality. She was sometimes credited as Lilian Lacy and Licia Lee Lyon.
- Lex Licinia Sextia
Lex Licinia Sextia was a Roman law introduced around 376 BCE and enacted in 367 BCE. It restored the consulship, allegedly reserved one of the two consular positions for a plebeian, and introduced new limits on the possession of conquered land.
- Lex Licinia Mucia
Lex Licinia Mucia was a Roman law established in 95 BC by consuls Lucius Licinius Crassus and Quintus Mucius Scaevola Pontifex. Its purpose was to remove certain groups not amalgamated into the Roman Republic from the citizen rolls by prosecution of...
- Person, Politician
Iulius Valens Licinianus was a Roman usurper in 250. Apparently, Licinianus, who was a senator, had the support of the Roman Senate and parts of the population when he initiated an uprising against Decius, who was fighting the Goths. However,...
- Lex Junia Licinia
The Lex Junia Licinia or Lex Junia et Licinia was an ancient Roman law produced in 62 BC that confirmed the similar Lex Caecilia Didia of 98 BC. The Lex Junia Licinia was a consular law of Decimus Junius Silanus and Lucius Licinius Murena enacted...
- Licinia Eudoxia
- Image, Content
- Granius Licinianus
- Writer, Person
Granius Licinianus was a Roman author of historical and encyclopedic works that survive only in fragments. He most likely lived at the time of Hadrian.