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adjective as in classical

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Trade could move through all the Roman territories because of the security it offered.

Recently, he and other scientists calculated how many floating planets the Roman telescope might find.

“We weren’t surprised there were microearthquakes,” says Roman, considering one of the volcanoes, Mount Cleveland, is one of the most active volcanoes in the Aleutians.

In either 196 or 199, the Roman emperor Septimus Severus visited the site and heard nothing.

Truth is my kids are as much Irish-American as they are Roman.

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His words apply not only to the Roman Curia at the Vatican but to the entire Church throughout the world.

In a tiny, remote Chinese village, an ancient Roman bloodline may live on.

One green-eyed man, nicknamed “Cai the Roman,” became an instant celebrity due to his decidedly Roman physical characteristics.

The story (and some DNA evidence) goes, the locals are the descendants of a band of Roman soldiers from 36 B.C.

But so far, the lack of proven Roman artifacts or ruins in the town has raised suspicions.

Roman Pane who accompanied Columbus on his second voyage alludes to another method of using the herb.

The last-named building remained in the possession of the Unitarians until 1861, when it was sold to the Roman Catholics.

You will not soon be called upon to act a Roman part between your father and your friend!

There are very few foreign journals taken or read in the Roman States.

Our voluntary service regulars are the last descendants of those rulers of the ancient world, the Roman Legionaries.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to roman, such as: classic, humanistic, academic, doric, grecian, and hellenic.

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