Marcus

[praenomen] Marcus (ˈmaɾkʊs) is a Latin praenomen, or personal name, which was one of the most common names throughout Roman history. The feminine form is Marca or Marcia. The praenomen was used by both patrician and plebeian families, and gave rise to the patronymic gens Marcia, as well as the cognomen Marcellus. It was regularly abbrev...
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Marcus

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Marcus

Marcus is a Lat In boy name. The meaning of the name is `Warlike ` Where is it used? The name Marcus is mainly used In Ancient Roman and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Marcelo ( In Spanish and In Portuguese) Marceli ( In Polish) Marcello ( In Italian) Marcel ( In French) Mark ( In English, Russian and In the bible) For the opposite s
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Marcus

[Manichean] Marcus was an influential Manichaean missionary in Spain in the fourth Century AD. ...
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Marcus

[Marcosian] Marcus was the founder of the Marcosian Gnostic sect in the 2nd century AD. He was a disciple of Valentinus, with whom his system mainly agrees. His doctrines are almost exclusively known to us through a long polemic (i. 13–21) in Adversus Haereses, in which Irenaeus gives an account of his teaching and his school. Clement of ...
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Marcus

Marcus, in the Bible: see Mark, Saint.
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Marcus

[name] Marcus (abbreviated M.) is a masculine given name of Ancient Roman pre-Christian origin derived either from Etruscan Marce of unknown meaning, or referring to the god Mars. Because Mars was identified as the Roman god of War, the name `Marcus` can by extension be taken to refer to Ares in the Greek pantheon. The name is popular in Eu...
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Marcus

[usurper] Marcus (died 407) was a Roman usurper emperor (406–407) in Roman Britain. ==Career== Marcus was a soldier in Roman Britain who was proclaimed Emperor by the army there some time in 406. He may have risen to power as a reaction to the increasing raids from abroad at a time when the Empire was withdrawing troops from its distant p...
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Marcus

Marcus, Markus, or Márkus is a common given name and a family name. See Marcus (name) and Marcus (praenomen). Marcus may also refer to: Places: Other uses: ...
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Marcus

[son of Basiliscus] Marcus (died August 476) was the son of the East Roman (Byzantine) general and usurper Basiliscus and Zenonis. He was acclaimed Caesar in 475 and later promoted to Augustus, ruling as junior co-emperor to his father. Coins were issued in his and Leo II`s names. When Zeno reoccupied Constantinople in late August 476, Marc...
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