Origin : Ancient Greek,
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Additional information Basileios:
Ancient Greek form of BASIL (1)
Definition funny of Basileios:
A Greek name usually pertaining to a good family many of them are intensely strong but do not look it along with most greeks(They will be pissed if you mention it and get into a lot of fights about it usually ending with him kicking your ass in flipflops and you going to the hospital or dying in a parking lot) and have a gut that is never truly gotten rid of.
Guy: "I can take this guy he just looks fat!" Friend: "I dunno he is a Basileios he could kick your ass!"
Books about Basileios:
Basileios Des Grossen Mahnworte an Die Jugend Uber Den Nutzlichen Gebrauch Der Heidnischen Literatur (German Edition... by Georg Bttner and Georg Buttner (Jan 9, 2010)
Basileios Des Grossen Mahnworte An Die Jugend: Uber Den Nutzlichen Gebrauch Der Heidnischen Literatur (1908) (... by Georg Buttner (Sep 10, 2010)
Das mittelgriechische heldenlied von Basileios Digenis Akritis (German Edition) by Georg. Wartenberg (Jan 1, 1897)
Kreuzholzlegenden zwischen Byzanz und dem Abendlande: Byzantinisch-griechi... Kreuzholzlegenden vor und um Basileios... by Leopold Kretzenbacher (1995)
De Ieiunio I,II: Zwei Predigten Uber Das Fasten Nach Basileios Von Kaisareia (Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae... by Rufinus of Aquileia (Apr 1, 1990)
Sukzession und Gegenwart: Zu theoretischen Auaerungen uber bildende Kunste und Musik von Basileios bis Hrabanus... by Pascal Weitmann (Dec 1, 1997)
Vom Bauernhof auf den Kaiserthron: Leben des Kaisers Basileios I., des Begrunders der Makedonischen Dynastie (... by Constantine (1981)
Wiki information Basileios:
Basileios Stoa, also Basilike Stoa, both meaning Royal Stoa, was a stoa constructed in Ancient Athens in the 5th century BC. It was located in the northwest corner of the Athenian Agora. The Royal Stoa was the headquarters of the King Archon and of...
Basil II was a Byzantine Emperor from the Macedonian dynasty who reigned from 10 January 976 to 15 December 1025. He was known in his time as Basil the Porphyrogenitus and Basil the Young to distinguish him from his supposed ancestor, Basil I the...