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Thus these various national churches, all called heretical by both Greeks and Latins, continued to exist under Turkish rule.
The Greeks and Latins denominated it cynocephalus, because its muzzle resembles that of a dog.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
After the plebeians had won their contests there came the Latins, and after the Latins the Italians.
The measure for which he is best remembered was his proposed law to grant the franchise to the Latins and Italians.
He was a wide and eager reader in all directions, and developed an early and ardent enthusiasm for the Greeks and the Latins.
And Europe might have submitted to their domination, had they instead of the Latins taken Constantinople.
The Latin colonies differed from the others in having been founded by the confederacy of the Latins on different points of Latium.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
The Hernici were treated in the same manner as the Latins, in 416, and deprived of commercium and connubium.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
For, in their pride, the Romans thus called those who were not Latins by origin.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
After the conquest here referred to Constantinople was occupied by the Latins.

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