Lucius

(from the article `Titus Andronicus`) ...a feast in which, acting as cook, he serves up to Tamora her own sons baked in a dish. Titus kills Lavinia to end her shame, stabs Tamora, and is ...
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Lucius

Lucius is a Roman boy name. The meaning of the name is `Light` Where is it used? The name Lucius is mainly used In Ancient Roman and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Lleulu ( In Welsh) Licia ( In Portuguese) Lucio ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Lucille ( In French) For the opposite sex use: In Spanish: Lucía (F) In Italian, G
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Lucius

Lucius is a son to Titus Andronicus.
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Lucius

Lucius (Greek: Λούκιος/Loukios, Etruscan: Luvcie) is a male given name derived from Lucius (abbreviated L.), one of the small group of common Latin forenames (praenomina) found in the culture of ancient Rome. Lucius derives from latin word Lux (gen. lucis), meaning "light" (
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Lucius

Lucius, in the New Testament. 1. Christian teacher at Antioch, a Cyrenian. 2. Christian at Rome.
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Lucius

[praenomen] Lucius (pron or ˈluːki.əs) is a Latin praenomen, or personal name, which was one of the most common names throughout Roman history. The feminine form is Lucia (pron, luːˈtʃiː.ə or ˈluːki.ə). The praenomen was used by both patrician and plebeian families, and gave rise to the patronymic gentes Lucia and Lucilia, as wel
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Lucius

[consul 413] Flavius Lucius (floruit 408-413) was a politician of the Roman Empire. In 408 he was comes sacrarum largitionum at the Eastern court. In 413 he was Roman consul together with Heraclianus, but his name is recorded only on Eastern inscriptions. == Notes == == Sources == ...
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