American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An ancient Roman province of central Europe including present-day western Hungary and the northwest Balkan Peninsula. Its people were finally subjugated by Rome in A.D. 9, although the province was abandoned after 395.
- Latin Pannonia (Wiktionary)
“Some of the Romans who fled the barbarians in Pannonia settled here, with nowhere else to go but back to Rome itself, across the water.”
“Victorinus, bishop of Pettau in Pannonia, who suffered martyrdom under Diocletian in A.D. 303, wrote the earliest extant commentary on the Apocalypse.”
“In a bloody and decisive conflict on the banks of the River Netad, in Pannonia, the lance of the Gepidae, the sword of the Goths, the arrows of the”
“The chagan, the peculiar title of their king, still affected to cultivate the friendship of the emperor; and Justinian entertained some thoughts of fixing them in Pannonia, to balance the prevailing power of the Lombards.”
“Valentinian 21 was the son of Count Gratian, a native of Cibalis, in Pannonia, who from an obscure condition had raised himself, by matchless strength and dexterity, to the military commands of Africa and Britain; from which he retired with an ample fortune and suspicious integrity.”
“Noricum, four in Pannonia, three in Maesia, and two in Dacia.”
“By the prudence of Constantius, who, from the interview with his brothers in Pannonia, immediately hastened to the banks of the Euphrates, the legions were gradually restored to”
“After this, anything might come up short, but Kronos compounds the problem by pushing the idea of Pannonia too far east.”
“His sister had married the king of the Burgundians, and he maintained an intimate connection with the Suevic colony established in Pannonia and Noricum.] 103 Galatam concitatum.”
“The expression used by Zosimus and Zonaras may signify that Marinus commanded a century, a cohort, or a legion.] 2 His birth at Bubalia, a little village in Pannonia, (Eutrop. ix.”
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