additional

Additional information Sebastianus:

additionalLatin form of SEBASTIAN

songs

Songs about Sebastianus:

songsLe martyre de St. Sebastien: Act I: La cour de lys: Der name Sebastianus kommt sequens (Narrator) by Heidi Grant Murphy from the Album Debussy, C.: Le Martyre de St. Sebastien

songsModulationes per Philippum Iusbertum: Sebastianus Dei cultor by Singer Pur from the Album Zarlino: Modulationes sex vocum

songsSt. Sebastianus- Schützenmarsch by Blasmusikvereinigung Saint Hubertus from the Album Die schönsten Märsche, vol. 8

books

Books about Sebastianus:

booksSEBASTIANUS: THE WAR BEGINS by Keegan Holmes Walker (Dec 2, 2010)

booksSebastianus: Webster's Timeline History, 411 - 2005 by Icon Group International (Jul 11, 2009)

booksSebastianus Cera ... De Febri Nosocomica: Cui Accedit De Febri Carceraria, Et Rurali Epidemica Tractatus... (Latin... by Sebastian Cera (Mar 14, 2012)

booksA conference of faith written in Latin by Sebastianus Castellio; now translated into English. (1679) by Sébastien Castellion (Jan 17, 2011)

booksDen Edelen Ridder Ende H. Martelaer Sebastianus Beschermer Van De Heylige Kerke ... (Dutch Edition) by Anonymous (Aug 24, 2011)

booksDen Edelen Ridder En H. Martelaer Sebastianus... (Dutch Edition) by Reinerus Vichet and Sebastianus (Oct 7, 2011)

booksEhren-crone Des Alters. In Eine Kurze Lob-rede Verfasset. Als ... Gregorius Sebastianus Fritz ...... (German Edition... by Wirnton Klein (Apr 6, 2012)

wiki

Wiki information Sebastianus:

Sebastianus
Monarch, Person, Noble person, Deceased Person

Sebastianus, a brother of Jovinus, was an aristocrat of southern Gaul. After Jovinus usurped in Gaul the throne of the western Roman Emperor Honorius in 411, he named Sebastianus as Augustus in 412. Coins bearing Sebastianus' image were then minted...

Sebastianus
Military Person, Deceased Person, Person

Sebastianus was a general of the Western Roman Empire, son-in-law of Bonifacius. A good soldier and advisor, and an orthodox Catholic, Sebastianus was son-in-law of the powerful Bonifacius, comes Africae in 420s, nominated magister militum...