man-conquering, a Jewish Christian, the kinsman and fellowprisoner of Paul (Rom. 16:7); "of note among the apostles."
Thus he gained a considerable share, and in fact reaped the harvest of which andronicus and Pacuvius had sown the seed.
And in pursuance of the policy of conciliation, andronicus II.
Theodore, who beautified it, had to seek refuge there when andronicus II.
However that may have been, andronicus decided on a retreat.
andronicus asked again, turning to his ministers and officers.
andronicus lived in 1332 in the great palace, but in absolute penury.
Now, both were in the hands of his readers in the time of andronicus.
andronicus was later given a second command on the Cilician frontier.
One man alone had wrought that evil and much more, one man, the reigning Emperor andronicus.
Chief among such was andronicus of Cyrrhus who in proof built the marble octagonal tower in Athens.