Gaius

(lived 2nd century AD) Roman jurist. Gaius is one of the principal sources of our knowledge of Roman law, but little is known about his life. His book, the Institutes survives and formed the basis of the Institutes of the...
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Gaius

Roman jurist whose writings became authoritative in the late Roman Empire. The Law of Citations (426), issued by the eastern Roman emperor Theodosius ...
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Gaius

[praenomen] Gaius (s or s) is a Latin praenomen, or personal name, which was one of the most common names throughout Roman history. The feminine form is Gaia. The praenomen was used by both patrician and plebeian families, and gave rise to the patronymic gens Gavia. The name was regularly abbreviated C., based on the original spelling of Ca...
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Gaius

Gaius (gā'yus) , in the New Testament. 1. Corinthian Christian, Paul's host. 2. Corinthian baptized by Paul. 3. Companion of Paul, native of Derbe. 4. Macedonian companion of Paul. 5. Christian to whom 3 John is addressed. It is not known which, if any, of these men are identical.
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Gaius

Gaius, sometimes spelled Caius, was a common Latin praenomen; see Gaius (praenomen). It is abbreviated C.; the abbreviation goes back to before the Roman alphabet distinguished between C and G, probably from Etruscan Cae or Cai, meaning unknown. In classical times, the name was pronounced in three syllables, Gā-ǐ-us ˈɡaː.ɪ.ʊs. It is also po...
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Gaius

[biblical figure] Gaius is a name of several people in the New Testament part of the Bible. ...
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