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- Gaius fl. A.D. 130-180. Roman jurist whose chief work, the Institutes, is a major source of information on Roman law.
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- n. Roman Emperor who succeeded Tiberius and whose uncontrolled passions resulted in manifest insanity; noted for his cruelty and tyranny; was assassinated (12-41)
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That Epistle was not designed by the Spirit for the universal Church, or else it would have been preserved. unto the church -- of which Gaius is a member. loveth ... pre-eminence -- through ambition.
Christians in Gaius's church or vicinity: Greet thy friends by name.
See in Gaius the form of cretio haereditatis Inst.l. ii.p. 166. —
More strange goings on in Gaius Baltar’s love cult.
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I want all memory of their origins erased, so you are to tell Octavia that Alexander Helios will henceforth be known as Gaius Antonius, and Ptolemy Philadelphus as Lucius Antonius.
At the era of Gaius, which is that of the Antonine Cæsars, the great blemishes of the Mancipatory Will had been removed.
Scintilla also cried out through her tears, calling him "Gaius," and entreating him by his guardian angel to be mollified.
I’ve always wanted to have a kid named Gaius or Caius … but Gaius is pretty much out the window.
 The praenomen 'Gaius' is rendered highly probable by the reading of the _editio princeps_ and by an inscription found in Africa
Minted by jurists of classical Roman law such as Gaius (c.
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