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Christianity and the Family.
... Kopenhagen, 1828. Julia Kavanagh: Women of Christianity, Exemplary for Acts
of Piety and Charity. Lond., 1851; N. York, 1866. Thus ...
/.../history of the christian church volume i/section 47 christianity and the.htm

The North African Church under the Vandals.
... Others, men and women of the first families, were carried away captive, and sold
.as ... of rank who had been sold into captivity, was one of the name of Julia. ...
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Those Days it was Near Twelve O'Clock by the Great Dial of History ...
... "They are not easy to understand"these men and women," said he, thoughtfully. ... He
had come out of the Basilica Julia, and I am sure he had been over-drinking. ...
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Concerning the Disease that Herod Fell into and the Sedition which ...
... He also bequeathed a thousand talents to Caesar, and five hundred to Julia, Caesar's
wife ... and to all their relations, whether they be men or women, which will ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 6 concerning the disease.htm

Helena , Mother of the Emperor Constantine. --Her Zeal in the ...
... She assembled all the women who had vowed perpetual virginity, and placing them
on couches, she herself fulfilled the duties of a ... 395] Flavia Julia Helena, the ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/chapter xvii helena mother of.htm

Elucidations.
... Philo also says:". "Your great-grandmother Julia [1613] also made superb presents
to the temple; and although women very reluctantly detach themselves from ...
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That the Gods could not be Offended by the Adultery of Paris, this ...
... Or is it lawful for gods to have intercourse with women, unlawful for men to ... that,
in pronouncing a funeral oration in praise of his aunt Julia, C├Žsar claimed ...
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Theater-Going.
... asks the question: "How can they mingle together as they do, men and women, and
make ... or Edwin Booth or Sir Henry Irving, or Maude Adams, or Julia Marlowe in ...
/.../judy/questionable amusements and worthy substitutes/v theater-going.htm

Labors in a New Field
... the trial the two lawyers employed to defend these young men and women, ridiculed
and ... About this time Sister Julia Meyers, now of Ima, New Mexico, joined our ...
/.../cole/trials and triumphs of faith/chapter xi labors in a.htm

How Antipater is Hated of all Men; and How the King Espouses the ...
... Been Slain To His Kindred; But That Antipater Made Him Change Them For Other Women. ...
when she, who was his sister, and who, by the means of Julia, Caesar's wife ...
/.../chapter 28 how antipater is.htm

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Romans 16:15
Salute Philologus, and Julia, Nereus, and his sister, and Olympas, and all the saints which are with them.
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