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Mauritius (539-602, imp. 582) The future emperor was born in Mauritius Cappadocian town Aravisse. The population of those places was mostly of Armenian origin, but the official historians of those years claimed that his family was ancient and still came from Rome. Starting work as a capital Notari, Mauritius has successfully moved up the ladder, and after the reign of Tiberius, very well he was treated, was appointed ekskuvitov Komichi Komichi federates and requested to organize an army of barbarians to war with the Persians. In 577, the "Caesar Tiberius, he was appointed Chief [Master troops. - SD] East. This Mauritius has not been experienced in wars and fight, but in general, smart, positive and accurate, combining both opposite each other quality - consciousness of dignity and gentleness, quality, free from arrogance and arrogance "(Menander Protiktor, [17, p . 447]).

Wheaton 150 by Wheaton College

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Wheaton College
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Wheaton College
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160
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9780615353951
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Hardcover
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