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" Inchest offices under the government of Theodoric the Goth. He was long the oracle of his sovereign and the idol of the people ; but his strict integrity and inflexible justice raised up enemies in those who loved extortion and oppression, and he at last... "
The Biographical Treasury: A Dictionary of Universal Biography - Сторінка 112
автори: Samuel Maunder - 1859 - 962 стор.
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XX Century Cyclopaedia and Atlas: Biography, History, Art, Science ..., Том 2

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Annandale - 1901
...strict integrity and vigilant justice. These at last succeeded in prejudicing the king against him, and he was accused of a treasonable correspondence with the court of Constantinople, imprisoned for a time, and then put to death. He made translations of the Greek philosophers, particularly...
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The Encyclopedia Americana, Том 3

Frederick Converse Beach - 1904
...suspicious of Boethius. His opposition to their unjust measures was construed into a rebellious temper, and he was accused of a treasonable correspondence with the court of Constantinople. He was arrested, imprisoned, and executed. He was a philosopher, and practised in his life the virtues...
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The century book of facts: a handbook of ready reference, embracing history ...

Henry Woldmar Ruoff - 1905 - 726 стор.
...with marks of favor and esteem, and raised him to the first offices in the empire. Later, however, he was accused of a treasonable correspondence with the court of Constantinople. He was arrested, imprisoned, and executed. Bngarclna, James, 1800-1874. An American inventor : born...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts and ..., Том 3

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1912
...suspicious of Boethius. His opposition to their unjust measures was construed into a rebellious temper, and he was accused of a treasonable correspondence with the court of Constantinople. He was arrested, imprisoned, and executed. He made many laborious translations of the Greek philosophers,...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Том 4

1918
...suspicious of Boethius. His opposition to their unjust measures was construed into a rebellious temper, and he was accused of a treasonable correspondence with the court of Constantinople. He was arrested, imprisoned and executed at Pavia. He made many laborious translations of the Greek...
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