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/ ˈstɪl ɪˌkoʊ /
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Fla·vi·us [fley-vee-uhs], /ˈfleɪ vi əs/, a.d. 359?–408, Roman general and statesman.
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How to use Stilicho in a sentence
Even the religion of Stilicho was arraigned by the malice of his rival.
Alaric advances in Italy, and Stilicho prepares to resist him.
Stilicho was a very active, spirited man, who found troops to check the enemies of Rome on all sides of the Western Empire.
Honorius listened to the accusation, and his favorite Olympius persuaded the army to give up Stilicho.
Two rivals only remained to dispute the claims, and to provoke the vengeance, of Stilicho.
British Dictionary definitions for Stilicho
/ (ˈstɪlɪkəʊ) /
Flavius (ˈfleɪvɪəs). ?365–408 ad, Roman general and statesman, born a Vandal. As the guardian of Emperor Theodosius' son Honorius, he was effective ruler of the Western Roman Empire (395–408), which he defended against the Visigoths
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