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Stilicho

[ stil-i-koh ]
/ 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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Stilicho
/ (ˈstɪlɪkəʊ) /

noun

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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