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  1. Dionysius

    • IPA[ˌdīəˈnisēəs]

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    • the name of two rulers of Syracuse.;Dionysius I (c. 430–367 bc), ruled 405–367; known as Dionysius the Elder. A tyrannical ruler, he waged three wars against the Carthaginians for control of Sicily, the third of which resulted in his defeat at Cronium in 375.
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    • 1. the name of two rulers of Syracuse.
    • Dionysius I (c. 430–367 bc), ruled 405–367; known as Dionysius the Elder. A tyrannical ruler, he waged three wars against the Carthaginians for control of Sicily, the third of which resulted in his defeat at Cronium in 375.
    • Dionysius II (c. 397–c. 344 bc), son of Dionysius I; ruled 367–357 and 346–344; known as Dionysius the Younger. He lacked his father's military ambitions and signed a peace treaty with Carthage in 367.
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      (died c. 556), Scythian-born monk and scholar. He is noted for developing in 505 the system of ...

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      (died c. 556), Scythian monk and scholar. He is famous for introducing the system of dates bc ...

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    • (6th century ad), the unidentified author of important theological works formerly attributed to ...

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    • (6th century ad), the unidentified author of important theological works formerly attributed to ...

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      (1st century bc), Greek historian, literary critic, and rhetorician. He lived in Rome from 30 ...

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      (1st century ad), Greek churchman. His conversion by St. Paul is recorded in Acts 17:34, and ...

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    • ph.
      (1st century bc), Greek historian, literary critic, and rhetorician. He lived in Rome from 30 ...

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    • ph.
      (1st century ad), Greek churchman. His conversion by St Paul is recorded in Acts 17:34 and ...

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    • the name of two rulers of Syracuse.

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