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    This point is illustrated by a famous anecdote concerning Aristides, 1 who set the dues for the Delian League. This Aristides had the nickname “The Just" because he was reputed to be so fair-minded. On the balloting day for an ostracism, an illiterate man from the countryside handed Aristides a potsherd, asking him to scratch on it the name.
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    Saint Aristides [1] (ârĬstī´dēz), 2d cent., Greek philosopher, author of an early Christian apology. It was presented (c or ) to the emperor to protest anti-Christian slanders and persecutions. The text is embedded in transcribed versions of the medieval legend Barlaam and Josaphat [2].
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    Aristides Santos, Category: Artist, Albums: Doidão, As Boas do Momento, Top Tracks: Eu Sou um Homem Doente, Les Cornichons, Canto de Ossanha, Michelle, Coração de.
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    As Boas do Momento, an album by Aristides Santos on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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    Aristides, (flourished 2nd century), Athenian philosopher, one of the earliest Christian Apologists, his Apology for the Christian Faith being one of the oldest extant Apologist documents. Known primarily through a reference by the 4th-century historian Eusebius of Caesarea, Aristides addressed his Apology either to the Roman emperor Hadrian (reigned –) or to his successor Antoninus.
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