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Arnobius, the Younger, active 5th century

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Personal name headingArnobius, the Younger, active 5th century
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Variant(s)Arnobe, le Jeune, active 5th century
Arnobi, el jove, active 5th century
Arnobiĭ, Mladshiĭ, active 5th century
Arnobije, Mlađi, active 5th century
Arnobio, il Giovane, active 5th century
Arnóbio, o Jovem, active 5th century
Arnobius, den yngre, active 5th century
Arnobius, Ifjabb, active 5th century
Arnobius, Iunior, active 5th century
Arnobius, Minor, active 5th century
Arnobius, the Younger, 5th cent.
Arnobiusz, Młodszy, active 5th century
Ifjabb Arnobius, active 5th century
Beginning date04
Found inArnobius Iunior, opera omnia, 1992: p. 5 (Arnobe le Jeune)
New Cath. enc. (Arnobius the Younger; 5th cent. Christian writer; d. after 451)
Wikipedia, January 21, 2020: Catalan Arnobi el jove page (Arnobi el jove) Hungarian Ifjabb Arnobius page (Ifjabb Arnobius; Arnobius Junior in Latin; died after 451 A.D.; early Christian writer) Italian Arnobio il Giovane page (Arnobio il Giovane; Roman author who lived in the 4th century; perhaps lived in Rome between 430 and 460 AD) Portuguese Arnóbio, o Jovem page (Arnóbio, o Jovem; Christian priest or bishop in Gaul; flourished ca. 460 AD) Russian Arnobiĭ mladshiĭ page (Arnobiĭ Mladshiĭ; Arnobius Minor) Polish Arnobiusz Młodszy page (Arnobiusz Młodszy; lived in the 4th century; originally from Africa; lived for a time in Rome; probably a monk) Swedish Arnobius den yngre page (Arnobius den yngre; semipelagian bishop in Gaul; lived in the middle of the fifth century AD) Serbocroatian Wikipedija page (Arnobije Mlađi)
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