Marcian
Marcian Mar"cian, a. Under the influence of Mars; courageous; bold. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • Marcian — • Roman Emperor at Constantinople, b. in Thrace about 390; d. January, 457 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Marcian     Marcian     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Marcian — For other uses, see Marcian (disambiguation). Marcian Emperor of the Byzantine Empire Tremissis of Emperor Marcian. Reign …   Wikipedia

  • Marcian — /mahr sheuhn/, n. A.D. 392? 457, emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire 450 457. Also, Marcianus /mahr shee ay neuhs, mahr see /. * * * ▪ Roman emperor Latin  Marcianus  born 396, Thrace died , early 457, Constantinople       Eastern Roman emperor… …   Universalium

  • Marcian —    Emperor (q.v.) from 450 457. A capable soldier promoted by the barbarian general Aspar (q.v.), his reign was a reaction to the pro Monophysite policy of Theodosios II (qq.v.), whose sister Pulcheria (q.v.) he married. Marcian called the… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • marcian — see mearcian …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • MARCIAN — Marciani, Marciano, Marcianus …   Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions

  • Marcian — /mahr sheuhn/, n. A.D. 392? 457, emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire 450 457. Also, Marcianus /mahr shee ay neuhs, mahr see / …   Useful english dictionary

  • Marcian (usurper) — Marcian (Latin: Flavius Marcianus; floruit 469 484) was a member of the House of Leo and an usurper against Emperor Zeno in 479. Biography Marcian was a member of several Roman imperial families. His father was Procopius Anthemius, Western Roman… …   Wikipedia

  • Marcian Hoff — Marcian Edward Ted Hoff, Jr. (born October 28, 1937 in Rochester, New York), is one of the inventors of the microprocessor.[1][2] Hoff joined Intel in 1967 as employee number 12, and is credited with coming up with the idea of using a universal… …   Wikipedia

  • Marcian (disambiguation) — Marcian (Marcianus) may be: Saint Marcian of Tortona (d. 120) Marcion of Sinope, 2nd century Christian heretic Aelius Marcianus, 3rd century jurist Marcian of Heraclea, 4th century geographer Marcianus (praefectus urbi), praefectus urbi of Rome… …   Wikipedia

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