Geor·gi·us [jawr-jee-uhs, jee-awr-], /ˈdʒɔr dʒi əs, dʒiˈɔr-/, Georg Bauer, 1494–1555, German historian, physician, and pioneer in mineralogy.
Gnae·us Julius [nee-uhs], /ˈni əs/, a.d. 37–93, Roman general: governor of Britain.
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How to use Agricola in a sentence
For the latest in dining, try the new hot spot Agricola on Witherspoon Street.
On Italian wine labels, look for Azienda Agricola or Imbottigliato all'origine.
It was chosen by the Romans as an important dept after the conquest of the Brigantes by Agricola in 79.The Towns of Roman Britain | James Oliver Bevan
But one day the prefect Agricola instituted a chase, and his party discovered the holy bishop and brought him before their master.Mary, Help of Christians | Various
Others have ascribed it to Agricola, or have thought it to be the wall of Hadrian, or even assigned it to pre-Roman natives.
What frontier was adopted after Agricola's departure, whether Tweed or Cheviot or other, is unknown.
The later Roman station of Corstopitum, believed to have been founded by Agricola, was a little west of the present village.
British Dictionary definitions for Agricola
Gnaeus Julius (ˈniːəs ˈdʒuːlɪəs) 40–93 ad, Roman general; governor of Britain who advanced Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth
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