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Tredennick Barberini, Antonio (1607–1671). Cardinal. Scion of the most powerful family in Rome in the 1620s and 1630s, he was the younger brother of Francesco Barberini and nephew of Pope Urban VIII. He was made a cardinal in 1627. He remained in Rome, engaging in the cultural life of the city (he wrote neo-Latin poetry) and assisting Francesco in the development of the Palazzo Barberini. Milton certainly met his brother, and he may well have known Antonio, too, at least slightly. When Milton attended the comic opera Chi soffre, speri, mounted on 17/27 February 1639 to inaugurate the new theater of the palazzo, another audience member recalled that Antonio had greeted them at the door.
William Poole Augustinianism. The teachings mainly of the later Augustine, particularly as derived from his anti-Pelagian writings. Augustine, already reasserting his dominance over western theology in the late scholastic period through such reactionary movements as the schola Augustiniana moderna, was easily the major theological inﬂuence on the Reformation, his works newly available in corrected texts. D. 14). Roman emperor. He was the great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar. c. he was known by his title, Augustus.
Cummins Apocrypha. c. d. 120 and were excluded or “hidden” from the Hebrew Old Testament but included in the Greek translation (the Septuagint) and reproduced in the Latin Bible (the Vulgate). Although Protestants regarded these books as noncanonical, they were bound with the Old Testament in all English Bibles until 1628, including the King James Version, which Milton used. He regarded the canonical scriptures as the word of God and all other writings as the works of men, but he granted considerable authority to the Apocrypha.
A Libertarian-Conservative Case Against Identity Cards by Sean Gabb