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Another character in this play, Domitius Enobarbus, describes how Cleopatra and her country people indulge in sensual pleasure.
In the liturgy the monks are mentioned during the Commemoration of the Saints, in which their names are preceded by Bishoi (Pishoi) and followed by the two Roman saints, Maximus and Domitius. See The Coptic Liturgy of St.
Pufendorf applauds Pliny's praise of Domitius Tullus.
Which Roman emperor was originally named Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus?
The remains of an altar believed to have been set up in the Campus Martius by Domitius Ahenobarbus, father of Emperor Nero, provide a glimpse into civic commemorative art of the Empire.
'Martial's Fiction: Domitius Marsus and Maecenas', CQ 54, 255-265.
If we have read Plutarch, perhaps the invocation of night's poisonous damp makes us think of the ague that killed Domitius, the source-character for Enobarbus, but more probably this speech sounds rhetorical and hyperbolic.
30 In which Shakespeare play would you find Domitius Enobarbus?
She was thirty-three to Claudius's fifty-eight and she had a twelve-year-old son by a former marriage, Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus, better known as Nero.
In Roman numerals, 666 is DCLXVI, and taking each as the capital letter of a word gives: Domitius or Domitianus; Caesar; Legatos; Xristi (taking X for the Greek chi, `ch'); Violenter or Viliter; Interfecit.
Enobarbus in the play and in real life as the Cnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus found in the pages of Plutarch's Lives, makes a mistake when he forsakes Rome and its tradition, to side with Antony and Egypt.
Piso's friend Domitius Celer, on the other hand, urges him to do the opposite.