Zeno

[consul 448] Flavius Zeno (floruit 447-451) was an influential general and politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, of Isaurian origin, who served as magister militum per Orientem, and became consul and patricius. == Biography == Zeno was of Isaurian origin and had a brother, who died before 448. Between 447 and 451 he was magister militum p...
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Zeno

[n] - ancient Greek philosopher who formulated paradoxes that defended the belief that motion and change are illusory (circa 495-430 BC) 2. [n] - ancient Greek philosopher who found the Stoic school (circa 335-263 BC)
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Zeno

(426-491) Byzantine emperor from AD 474. His reign was disturbed by revolts and foreign wars, and his attempt to reconcile the Orthodox Church with the breakaway Monophysite churches failed, causing a schism...
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Zeno

noun ancient Greek philosopher who founded the Stoic school (circa 335-263 BC)
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Zeno

(from the article `Aspendus`) ...(marketplace), and some rock-cut tombs of Phrygian design. A huge theatre, one of the finest in the world, is carved out of the northeast flank of ...
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Zeno

Eastern Roman emperor whose reign (474–491) was troubled by revolts and religious dissension.[10 related articles]
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Zeno

[bishop of Mérida] Zeno, a Greek, was the Bishop of Mérida in the late fifth century. Though he had traditionally been ascribed the see of Seville, it has now been shown that he was in fact metropolitan of Lusitania and thus bishop of the provincial capital of Mérida. The dates of his episcopate are unknown besides the date of 483 and th...
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Zeno

Zeno (zē'nō) , d. 491, Roman emperor of the East (474–491). An Isaurian, he succeeded his son Leo II and was the son-in-law of Leo I. During his reign he suppressed several revolts. He was driven from his throne for a period of 20 months (475–76) by the usurper Basiliscus...
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Zeno

Zeno is a Greek name for boys. The meaning is `gift of Zeus, hospitality` The name Zeno is most commonly given to Flemish boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Zeno there. The name sounds like: Xeno, Zane, Zann, Zan, Zuni See also: Xenos
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Zeno

[crater] Zeno is a lunar impact crater located near the northwestern limb of the Moon. It lies to the east-southeast of the crater Mercurius. Farther to the east of Zeno, along the limb, is the well-formed crater Boss. The rim of Zeno is slightly distorted and has received some erosion due to subsequent impacts. There is a depression in the...
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Zeno

[programming language] Zeno (after pre-Socratic Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea) is an imperative procedural programming language designed to be easy to learn and user friendly. Zeno is generic in the sense that it contains most of the essential elements used in other languages to develop real applications. The Zeno Interpreter was designed ...
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Zeno

[emperor] Zeno (oʊ; Flavius Zeno Augustus; Ζήνων) (c. 425 – 9 April 491), originally named Tarasis s, was Byzantine Emperor from 474 to 475 and again from 476 to 491. Domestic revolts and religious dissension plagued his reign, which nevertheless succeeded to some extent in foreign issues. His reign saw the end of the Western Roman ...
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