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  2. Junius as a boys' name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Junius is "young". Financier Junius Spencer Morgan; football coach June Jones; author Junot Diaz. STARTS/ENDS WITH Ju-, -ius Variations VARIANTS June, Juneau, Junio, Junot CREATIVE FORMS (male) (female) MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS Junius Arthur (J.A.), .. How popular is Junius?

  3. 4922 Junius St, Dallas, TX 75214 | MLS #20244593 | Zillow

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    4922 Junius St , Dallas, TX 75214-5330 is a single-family home listed for-sale at $799,000. The 3,694 sq. ft. home is a 4 bed, 4.0 bath property. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow.

  4. Junius (band) - Wikipedia

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    Junius is an American rock band from Boston, Massachusetts that formed in 2003. The band is composed of lead vocalist and guitarist Joseph E. Martinez, and drummer Dana Filloon. Thus far, they have released four EPs and three full-length albums.

  5. Lucius Junius Brutus | Facts, Biography, Sons, & Capitoline ...

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    Lucius Junius Brutus, (flourished 6th century bce), a semilegendary figure, who is held to have ousted the despotic Etruscan king Lucius Tarquinius Superbus from Rome in 509 bce and then to have founded the Roman Republic. He is said to have been elected to the first consulship in that year and then to have condemned his own sons to death when they joined in a conspiracy to restore the ...

  6. Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus (article) | Khan Academy

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    Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, 359 C.E., marble. (Treasury, St. Peter's Basilica) Such an individual was Junius Bassus. He was a member of a senatorial family. His father had held the position of Praetorian prefect, which involved administration of the Western Empire. Junius Bassus held the position of praefectus urbi for Rome.

  7. Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus | Art History I - Lumen Learning

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    Junius Bassus held the position of praefectus urbi for Rome. The office of urban prefect was established in the early period of Rome under the kings. It was a position held by members of the most elite families of Rome. In his role as prefect, Junius Bassus was responsible for the administration of the city of Rome.

  8. 4725 Junius St Unit 106, Dallas, TX 75246 - Apartments for ...

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    Welcome to Junius Place Apartments, nestled in the Historic Peaks Suburban Addition neighborhood of Dallas. A traditional apartment community with a modern, contemporary twist on the inside - the apartments are sure to impress! Surrounding historic homes and beautiful, large trees create a sense of zen and peace.

  9. The Junius Manuscript - Medieval Studies - Oxford Bibliographies

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    Introduction. “Junius 11” is the nickname of a manuscript of Old English biblical poetry, whose formal shelf mark is Oxford, Bodleian Library, Junius 11. It contains the sole surviving copies of four long Old English poems, which modern editors have titled Genesis, Exodus, Daniel, and Christ and Satan. As these titles suggest, the first ...

  10. Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus (video) | Khan Academy

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    Transcript. Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, marble, 359 C.E. (Treasury of Saint Peter's Basilica) Please note that due to photography restrictions, the images used in the video above show the plaster cast on display in the Vatican Museum. Nevertheless, the audio conversation was recorded in the treasury in Saint Peter's Basilica, in front of the ...

  11. Junius - Wikiquote

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    Junius. Junius was the pseudonym of a writer who contributed a series of letters to the London Public Advertiser (published by Harry Sampson Woodfall) from January 21, 1769 to January 21, 1772.