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  Marcus Terentius Varro - LoveToKnow 1911
Varro also studied at Athens, especially under the philosopher Antiochus of Ascalon, whose aim it was to lead back the Academic school from the scepticism of Arcesilaus and Carneades to the tenets of the early Platonists, as he understood them.
Varro was not surpassed in the compass of his writings by any ancient, not even by any one of the later Greek philosophers, to some of whom tradition ascribes a fabulous number of separate works.
Varro's etymologies could be only a priori guesses, but he was well aware of their character, and very clearly states at the outset of the fifth book the hindrances that barred the way to sound knowledge.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Marcus_Terentius_Varro   (2715 words)

 Varro on Pagan Religion
The Romans, he said, identified the sky with Jupiter and Earth with Juno: "These same gods Sky and Earth are Jupiter and Juno..." and he quoted Ennius who said Jupiter is called air by the Greeks, and is identified with wind and cloud, rain, and cold.
Varro added: "Because all come from him and are under him, he addresses him with the words: 'O father and king of the gods and the mortals.' [On the Latin Language, V, 65.]
Varro does not associate the word firmamentum with the sky.
www.sentex.net /~tcc/fvarro.html   (336 words)

  Issue 30 - Varro - De lingua latina X
Taylor emphasises Varro was a man in public life; a polymath whose writings range from literature to agriculture; a grammarian whose analysis of language drew from a general interest in culture and scholarship.
Varro's reputation slipped after the sixteenth century, and it is only during the twentieth century that he was again taken seriously.
Varro is only a couple of generations later than Crates of Mallos, from whom stems the systematisation of Roman rhetoric and grammar.
users.ox.ac.uk /~cram/iss30/kelly2.htm   (1559 words)

 Varronian chronology
Varro must have liked this date, because it offers a nice synchronism with the expulsion of the tyrant Hippias from Athens.
Using 387/386 as starting point (instead of Varro's 390), we arrive at 506/505 as the first year of the Roman republic, which is in line with the date mentioned above.
According to Varro's chronology, the Romans bought grain from the tyrant in 411, which is impossible.
www.livius.org /cg-cm/chronology/varro.html   (1589 words)

 Varro (116-28 B.C.)
Marcus Terentius VARRO, called by Cicero and by St. Augustine "the most learned of the Romans," was of an ancient Sabine clan, which had been of consular rank for two centuries.
Varro was brought up in the old Roman traditions of simple hardihood, and in the best Greek and Latin learning of his age.
Varro was the most voluminous as well as the most learned of the Romans, for he had written, he tells us, 490 books; but the full tale seems to be 620 "books" in 74 works.
www.usefultrivia.com /biographies/varro_001.html   (366 words)

 Varro's Aviary   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This illustration of Varro's aviary was based upon his description of it, the reconstruction was also inspired by the ruins of the Emperor Hadrian's villa at Tivoli.
Varros aviary was situated on an island, the waves on either side of the illustration represent water.
The circular building at the top of the engraving was inspired by the "Teatro Marittimo" at Hadrian's villa (this actually seems to have been Hadrian's retreat, he could raise the drawbridge and withdraw from his court).
www.harborside.com /~rayj/varro.html   (416 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Varro,
Varro was active in public life, rising to the office of praetor.
Varro, Marcus Terentius The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition...
Known as the most erudite man and the most prolific writer of his times, Varro is estimated to have written about 620 volumes.
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 Varro Building Materials   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Varro Building Materials Ltd., a company formed in Suzhou in the People’s Republic of China, is one of China’s leading manufacturers of high-end sanitary wares (e.g.
Varro is wholly-owned by Pan Star Holdings Ltd., a Hong Kong company held by a number of private investors including Varro’s Chief Executive, Charles Wai-Chung Chuk, who owns a majority interest.
Currently, Varro sells under its own brand name within the domestic market, and has a presence in several major Chinese cities either through owned outlets or through distributors and agents.
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 Varro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gaius Terentius Varro, the consul defeated at the battle of Cannae
Marcus Terentius Varro (known as Varro Reatinus), the scholar
Publius Terentius Varro (known as Varro Atacinus), the poet
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Varro   (94 words)

 Leerburg Kennel -
Varro is a joy to have, he deserves a nice active family to live with.
Varro is being sold because one hip is not good enough for breeding, this hip will never cause a problem in a normal life, although I will not sell him as a schutzhund competition dog or a police service dog
Varro is an excellent tracker and he loves to track.
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 Marcus Terentius Varro Biography and Summary
Varro was born at Reate in the Sabine country int...
Early in his literary career Marcus Terentius Varro urged his readers to forge out their lives by reading and writing, and for the next half century he followed his own advice so successfully that he became a prolific polymath and the most highly acclaim...
Marcus Terentius Varro(116 BCE – 27 BCE), also known as Varro Reatinus [1] to distinguish him from his contemporary Varro Atacinus, was a Roman scholar and writer, who the Romans came to call "the most learned of all the Romans." Biography Varro...
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 Harvard University Press: On the Latin Language, I : Books 5-7 by Varro
Varro (M. Terentius), 116–27 BCE, of Reate, renowned for his vast learning, was an antiquarian, historian, philologist, student of science, agriculturist, and poet.
Of Varro's more than seventy works involving hundreds of volumes we have only his treatise On Agriculture (in Loeb number 283) and part of his monumental achievement De Lingua Latina, On the Latin Language, a work typical of its author's interest not only in antiquarian matters but also in the collection of scientific facts.
Varro's work contains much that is of very great value to the study of the Latin language.
www.hup.harvard.edu /catalog/L333.html   (248 words)

 Marcus Terentius Varro - NovaRoma
Varro's chronology of the Republic, a list of Consuls basically, was so highly regarded that it was inscribed on Augustus' triumphal arch in Rome.
In spite of this, Lendering [1] lists several reasons that Varro should not be followed and the Consul list implied in Livy should be prefered.
Lendering's argument is based on the observation that the removal of certain problematical elements from Varro's chronolgy results in a greater consistancy with other contemporary sources.
www.novaroma.org /nr/Varro   (137 words)

 Varro Atacinus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Publius Terentius Varro Atacinus (82 BC - c.
He was born in the province of Gallia Narbonensis, the southern part of Gaul with its capital at Narbonne, on the river Atax (now the Aude), for his surname Atacinus indicates his birthplace.
Of Varro's fragments, the epigraph on "The Tombs of the Great" is well-known; whether or not it is truly Varro's it has the terse and skeptical Roman note, the equivalent of a haiku:
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Varro_Atacinus   (190 words)

 MySpace.com - Vesta Varro - Fab City, IE - Rock / Indie / Alternative - www.myspace.com/vestavarro
Vesta Varro have just returned from the Indie Week Festival in Toronto, Canada, picked through 1000's of bands on sonicbids.com and were crowned Indie week champions and awarded a prize fund valued at $5000 dollars.
Vesta Varro's voracious live performances have led to a multitude of supports with the likes of Editors, The Thrills, Hal, Sultans of Ping FC, BellX1, The Frank and Walters, Stiff Little Fingers, The Wonderstuff, Damien Dempsey, Dave Couse and The Republic Of Loose.
Vesta Varro are currently touring in support of their debut album and while also finding time to work on new songs with The Cranberries guitarist Noel Hogan.
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 Rome and Christianity:St. Augustine and Varro   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He escaped from his difficulty by assuming that Varro, the Stoic philosopher, could not have believed in the Roman divinities but that, under cover of a respectful account, he wanted to expose them to ridicule.
Varro, in his Antiquities, had treated first of "human things" and then only of the "divine things" of Rome.
Nor was the understanding facilitated by the apparently somewhat primitive formulations of the encyclopedist Varro.
www.fritzwagner.com /ev/rome1_and_christians.html   (403 words)

 Boal, Varro M. 1: Nemaha Co. NEGenWeb   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Varro married January 2, 1876 in Weller, Iowa Rhoda Maddy, born December 11, 1857 in Monroe County, Iowa.
In 1921, when Varro's mother Susannah (Boal) Small died it was noted that Dr. Varro Boal of Monrovia, California was too ill to return to Davis County, Iowa for the funeral.
Boal, Varro M. Boal's father, was a native of Columbus, Ohio, and a graduate of the Missouri Medical College.
www.rootsweb.com /~nenemaha/varro1.htm   (429 words)

 PADD =/\= Varro
The Varro started out 400 years ago with a small crew in a starship, which became a large generational ship with its own culture over the centuries.
The Varro were xenophobic, distrustful of other species, and did not permit members to leave the generational ship.
In the Twenty-fourth Century, a separatist movement sabotaged the generational ship, causing it to break in to separate modules, so that some individuals could explore space on their own.
trekguide.com /padd/varro.htm   (74 words)

 Johnny Varro Trio, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
One of the top swing-oriented pianists since the 1950s, Johnny Varro has long been a fixture in the trad jazz circuit even if the greater jazz world does not seem to know that he exists.
In 1957, he replaced Ralph Sutton as the intermission pianist at Eddie Condon's club and was associated with Condon througout the first half of the 1960s.
In the '90s and 2000s, Varro made several recordings for Arbors and continued to tour with the Swing 7, the band he has worked with since relocating to California.
www.emusic.com /artist/11665/11665279.html   (334 words)

 Varro — FactMonster.com
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Marcus Terentius Varro - Varro, Marcus Terentius Varro, Marcus Terentius, 116 B.C.–27?
Varro - Varro called “the most learned of the Romans.” (B.C. 116-28.) Source: Dictionary of...
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 Varro, Johnny: Swing 7
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 Johnny_Varro   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pianists Johnny Varro and Raph Sutton teamed up for one of the most enjoyable and well-attended concerts of the Gainesville Friends of Jazz and Blues 2000 series.
Johnny Varro paid his dues by playing piano in the jazz joints of the Lower East Side and 52nd Street in Manhattan, at a time when such music drew appreciative audiences from everywhere.
Varro was part of Phil Napoleon's Original Memphis Five in New York, that group making three LP's for Capitol Records in 1960.
www.vintagecornets.com /html/johnny_varro.htm   (363 words)

 Varro   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Of equestrian birth and rank, Varro was a supporter of Pompey in the civil wars at the fall of the republic, and even served as a legate at the battle of Pharsalus.
After the death of Caesar, however, politics took a significant turn in his life, and Varro was proscribed by Marc Antony, having his villa confiscated and forced to flee for safety.
After Octavian's victory at Actium and the establishment of artistic enlightenment in Rome, Varro returned and continued his writing on a vast number of subjects.
www.unrv.com /culture/varro.php   (210 words)

 Varro E. Tyler, former executive vice president, dies at 74   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Varro E. Tyler, former executive vice president, dies at 74
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Varro E. Tyler, former dean and executive vice president for academic affairs at Purdue University and an internationally recognized authority on herbal medicine, died at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Lafayette at 6:55 a.m.
Tyler was an internationally recognized expert on herbal medicine, known for his extensive studies and educational efforts in the field.
news.uns.purdue.edu /UNS/html3month/010822.Tyler.death.html   (446 words)

 Varro - Research the news about Varro - from HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Athens with the Academic philosopher Antiochus of Ascalon, Varro began a public career that brought him to the praetorship...
Varro lived in Munster, Ind. She was a lifelong resident of the Munster area.
Horace (poeta laudatissimus), Lucian, Varro (erudite and ingenious), Apuleius, Lucan...
www.highbeam.com /search.aspx?q=Varro,&ref_id=ency_botnm   (890 words)

 Sittin' In - Johnny Varro - Song Listings
Pianist Johnny Varro and Don Nelson (the latter on soprano sax and vocals) perform a set of duets on this enjoyable LP.
In addition to six veteran swing standards, Nelson contributes five originals (and Varro one); the fresh material results in some inspired playing.
Varro has long been one of the top swing pianists (most influenced by Teddy Wilson) and the more obscure Nelson has an attractive tone and a personable singing style.
www.mp3.com /albums/173442/summary.html   (543 words)

 Amazon.com: varro: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Varros Schrift De Poematis und die hellenistisch-romische Poetik.
Varro the farmer: A selection from the Res rusticae by Bertha Tilly (Unknown Binding - 1973)
Terentius Varro und Johannes Mauropus von Euchaita: Eine Studie z.
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=varro&tag=usefultrivia-20&index=books&link_code=qs&page=1   (725 words)

 History of Horticulture - Varro, Marcus Terentius 116-29 B.C.
History of Horticulture - Varro, Marcus Terentius 116-29 B.C. Varro, Marcus Terentius 116-29 B.C. arro was a celebrated writer whose vast and varied knowledge in many fields earned for him the title of the "most learned of the Romans." He held a high naval position in wars against pirates and Mithridates, a famous Grecian ruler.
The first was written in his 80th year and was addressed to his wife with the professed objective of enabling her after his death to carry on the estate she had purchased.
The book is in reality a dialogue between Varro and some of his friends.
www.hcs.ohio-state.edu /hort/history/016.html   (202 words)

 VIATRA - Visual Automated Transformations for Formal Verification and Validation of UML Models - Csertan, Huszerl, ...
0.5: VPM: Mathematics of Metamodeling is Metamodeling Mathematics - Varro, Pataricza (2002)
Csertan, G. Huszerl, I. Majzik, Z. Pap, A. Pataricza, and D. Varro.
20 Designing the automatic transformation of visual languages (context) - Varro, Varro et al.
citeseer.ist.psu.edu /csertan02viatra.html   (621 words)

 Varro E. Tyler 1926 - 2001
The medicinal plant and pharmacognosy communities suffered an immense blow with the sudden death of Varro E. "Tip" Tyler on August 22.
Varro Eugene Tyler was born in Auburn, Nebraska in 1926.
Varro Tyler is survived by his wife, Ginny; and daughter, Jean, of West Lafayette, Indiana; son, David, of Eugene, Oregon; a granddaughter; and a sister, Jessie Lou Allen, of Brentwood, California.
www.herbalgram.org /herbalgram/articleview.asp?a=2218&p=Y   (1389 words)

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