A·ni·ci·us Man·li·us Sev·e·ri·nus [uh-nish-ee-uh s man-lee-uh s sev-uh-rahy-nuh s] /əˈnɪʃ i əs ˈmæn li əs ˌsɛv əˈraɪ nəs/, a.d. 475?–525?, Roman philosopher and statesman.
Also Bo·e·tius [boh-ee-shuh s] /boʊˈi ʃəs/.
Also called Boece.
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The translator of the Boethian Metres has taken occasion to bring in this heathen god, whose cult (it seems) was still too active.
When the Boethian metres make their appearance in Anglo-Saxon poetic dress, they are considerably expanded.
Anicius Manlius Severinus (əˈnɪsɪəs ˈmænlɪəs ˌsɛvəˈraɪnəs). ?480–?524 ad, Roman philosopher and statesman, noted particularly for his work De Consolatione Philosophiae . He was accused of treason and executed by Theodoric
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