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  1. Civil War (Oxford World's Classics) by Lucan, 2008-07-15
  2. A Lucan Reader: Selections from Civil War by Lucan, 2009-01-01
  3. Lucan: De bello civili Book II (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics) (Bk. 2) by Lucan, 1992-06-26
  4. Competitive Authoritarianism: Hybrid Regimes After the Cold War (Problems of International Politics) by Steven Levitsky, Lucan A. Way, 2010-08-16
  5. Lucan: De Bello Civili Book 1 (0)
  6. The Poet Lucan: Studies in Rhetorical Epic (Bristol Classical Paperbacks.) by M.P.O. Morford, 1996-08-01
  7. Pharsalia; Dramatic Episodes of the Civil Wars by Lucan, 2010-03-06
  8. Lucan (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies)
  9. Pharsalia (Masters of Latin Literature) by Lucan, 1993-12-16
  10. Lucan (Pendragon Legacy) by Susan Kearney, 2009-09-05
  12. Community and Gospel in Luke-Acts: The Social and Political Motivations of Lucan Theology (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series)
  13. The Pharsalia of Lucan: Translated Into Blank Verse, by Sir Edward Ridley ... (1896) by Lucan, 2009-06-25
  14. Lord Lucan by James Ruddick, 1995-09

1. OMACL: Pharsalia
English translation by Sir Edward Ridley, 1896.
(aka "The Civil War")
(Marcus Annaeus Lucanus)
A.D. 39 - A.D. 65
Online Medieval and Classical Library Release #16b
Originally written in Latin, approximately A.D. 61-65, by the Roman poet Lucan, and probably left unfinished upon his death in A.D. 65. Although the work has been generally known through most of history as the "Pharsalia", modern scholarship tends to agree that this was not Lucan's choice for a title. English translation by Sir Edward Ridley, 1896. The text of this edition is based on that published as "The Pharsalia of Lucan", as translated by Sir Edward Ridley (Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1896). This edition is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN in the United States. This electronic edition was edited, proofed, and prepared by Douglas B. Killings (DeTroyes@AOL.COM), May 1996. Preparer's Notes
CONTENTS PREPARER'S NOTES: Lucan's "Pharsalia" (or, "Civil War", as many scholars now prefer to call it) was written approximately a century after the events it chronicles took place.

2. Lucan Index
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3. Lucan - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Marcus Annaeus Lucanus (November 3, 39 AD – April 30, 65 AD), better known in English as Lucan, was a Roman poet, born in Corduba (modernday C rdoba), in the Hispania Baetica.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the Roman poet. For other uses, see Lucan (disambiguation) Bust of the Roman poet Lucan, Córdoba Spain Marcus Annaeus Lucanus (November 3, 39 AD – April 30, 65 AD), better known in English as Lucan , was a Roman poet , born in Corduba (modern-day Córdoba ), in the Hispania Baetica . Despite his short life, he is regarded as one of the outstanding figures of the Imperial Latin period. His youth and speed of composition set him apart from other poets.
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Two brief ancient biographies by Vacca and Suetonius , along with references in Tacitus 's Annals and one of Statius 's Silvae , allow for the reconstruction of a modest biography. Lucan was the grandson of Seneca the Elder and grew up under the tutelage of his uncle Seneca the Younger . Born into a wealthy family, he studied rhetoric at Athens and was probably provided with a philosophical and Stoic education by his uncle. citation needed He found success under Nero , became one of the emperor's close friends and was rewarded with a quaestorship in advance of the legal age. In 60 AD, he won a prize for extemporizing

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5. Lucan, Dublin - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Lucan is a suburban town to the west of Dublin city, Ireland, in the administrative county of South Dublin, and is situated some 13 km from the city centre.,_Dublin
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Statistics Province Leinster County South Dublin ... Population Website: Lucan Irish Leamhcán , meaning "place of elms ") is a suburban town to the west of Dublin city, Ireland , in the administrative county of South Dublin
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The town lies at the confluence of the River Liffey and the River Griffeen , its tributary. The picturesque old town retains character, despite hosting ever-expanding areas of new housing that are essentially overspill developments for nearby Dublin. These new areas lead east from the town towards the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and southeast towards Clondalkin
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Historical populations Year Pop. In the Irish language, 'Leamhcáin' is translated to 'Lucan', meaning 'Place of the Elm Trees'. The name probably comes from a people that travelled by river, as Lucan is the first place that Elm trees are encountered if travelling inland from the Liffey. There is evidence of pre-historic settlement around Vesey Park, though not much archaeological investigation has been carried out in the area.

6. Welcome To The Parish Of Lucan South
Holy Week 2009 Parish Events Welcome to the Parish of Lucan South Website . Church of Divine Mercy Lucan South. PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

Information about the village. News, history, photographs and a community section.
First published November 1995 This edition March 2007 Since November 1996 this site has chronicled the ups and downs of life in Lucan. It is by no means the full story, and any visitor requiring a more comprehensive overview would be advised to consult the website of the LUCAN NEWSLETTER or obtain a copy of local historian, Mary Mulhall's book"A HISTORY OF LUCAN". This is on sale locally at all newsagents. It can also be ordered from the Newsletter Office. In April 2005, The Italian Ambassador to Ireland, Dr. Alberto Schepisi, published a magnnificent book on LUCAN HOUSE, written by Desmond Guinness, founder of the Irish Georgian Society. Copies of this book should be requested fron the Embassy of Italy, Northumberland Road, Dublin, 4. LIFFEY SOUND FM, Local Community Radio broadcasts on the 96.4 FM. EMAIL: liffeysound@eircom.ner The content of this site is sourced from many places and may not reflect the views of the webmaster. If we're wrong, please tell us. For info on the webmaster click here .
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8. Lucan Newsletter
Containing information and news items on local clubs, societies and parish notes of the Lucan area.
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The Irish name for Halloween links us with our Celtic roots because Samhain marked the turning of the year, summers end, when the land fell into its winter sleep and the darker half of the year began. It was a time of transitions where the barriers between this world and the next seemed lower and realm of the supernatural came into everyday life.
Christians mark this time of year with the beautiful feast of All Saints, the evening of which is All Hallows Eve. Here we have a vision of Heaven, a vision of light which shines through the winter darkness which is so beautifully evoked in the readings from scripture which we hear at Mass on that day from the Book of Revelations - I John saw a large number, impossible to count, of people from every nation, race, tribe and language, they were standing in front of the throne, and in front of the Lamb, dressed in white robes and holding palms in their hands. It is a truly encouraging vision of heaven filled to the brim with people from everywhere.
On the day following All Souls we have the equally beautiful feast of All Souls when we come into an especially close communion with our loved one who have gone before us, we pray for them and we remember them. Those we remember in this way are alive in our hearts and we are linked to them in a radical solidarity, which we know as the communion of saints, a deep source of hope for us all. This beautiful vision is summed up in the reading from St. Paul, which we hear at mass on that day - Hope is not deceptive because the love of God has been poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit.

9. Lucan (TV Series 1977–1978) - IMDb
With Kevin Brophy, Rusty Gilligan, Christopher Maleki, Don Gordon.
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10. A Lucan Reader
Search Inside A Lucan Reader Selections from Civil War Susanna Braund . xxxiv + 134 pp. (2009) 5” x 7.75” Paperback ISBN 9780-86516-661-5 Click to Purchase
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ISBN 978-0-86516-661-5 Click to Purchase Lucan’s epic poem, Civil War , portrays the stark, dark horror of the years 49 through 48 bce, the grim reality of Romans fighting Romans, of Julius Caesar vs. Pompey the Great. The introduction to this volume situates Lucan as a poet closely connected with the Stoics at Rome, working during the reign of the emperor Nero, in the genre inherited from Virgil. The selections are intended for third- and fourth-year college curricula, and include Lucan’s analysis of the causes of the civil war, depictions of his protagonists Caesar and Pompey at key moments—Caesar’s crossing of the Rubicon, the assassination of Pompey as he arrives in Egypt seeking refuge, Cato’s funeral oration for Pompey, Caesar’s visit to the site of Troy—as well as highly atmospheric passages: Pompey’s vision of his dead wife, Julia; and the necromancy performed by the witch Erichtho for Pompey’s son. Notes to the passages illuminate Lucan’s attitude towards his material—his reluctance to tackle the topic of civil war, his complicated relationship with Virgil’s

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Lucan , was a show about a baby boy lost in the wilderness of Minnesota, USA. This child was found and raised to age ten by a she wolf as her own. The child grew up in the

12. Lucan - Definition Of Lucan By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus And Encyclo
Lu can (l k n) Originally Marcus Annaeus Lucanus. a.d. 3965. Roman poet who wrote the Pharsalia, an epic account of the civil war between Caesar and Pompey.

13. The New Lucan Chess Club Website. Home Page
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Lūcan ( Marcus Annaeus Lucānus ) ( AD 39–65), Silver Latin poet, born at Corduba (Cordoba) in Spain. He was grandson of Seneca the Elder, and his father was the brother of
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Home Library Classical Literature Companion Lūcan Marcus Annaeus Lucānus AD 39–65), Silver Latin poet, born at Corduba (Cordoba) in Spain. He was grandson of Seneca the Elder, and his father was the brother of Seneca the Younger (and the brother of Gallio of Acts 18). He was educated at Rome, studying philosophy under the Stoic Cornūtus, whose tuition he is said to have shared with the satirist Persius . He continued his studies at Athens but was recalled by the emperor Nero, who admitted him to his circle, made him quaestor and augur, and greatly admired him for a time. In AD 60 at the first celebration of the games called Neronia he won a poetic competition. In 62 or 63 he published three books of his epic Pharsalia (on the civil war between Caesar and Pompey). However, he incurred the enmity of Nero, for which various reasons are given; it is possible that the emperor was jealous of Lucan's literary success, having himself some claim to being a poet. Lucan was forbidden to write further poetry or to plead in the courts. He took to lampooning the emperor and even joined the conspiracy of Piso (64–5). When this was discovered Lucan, in spite of confessions and abject pleas, was compelled to commit suicide (as were his father and both uncles). There is a biography of him by

15. Lucan - Susan Kearney - Mass Market Paperback (ISBN 9780446543316) - Buy Books,
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16. Lucan Spa Hotel | Hotel In Lucan | Hotel In West Dublin
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Home Accommodation Weddings Dining ... Contact Us Check Availability Arrival Date: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec No. of Nights No. of Rooms: No. of Adults: (adults per room) Welcome to the Lucan Spa Hotel With its unique copper roof tower and its authentic charm, the Lucan Spa has been a landmark hotel in Dublin and Ireland for over 70 years. Located on the N4 motorway at Junction 4A and just off the M50 motorway, the Lucan Spa provides easy access to Dublin City Centre and Dublin Airport . A map of our location can be found here
Our recently upgraded Hotel offers 70 bedrooms , including Single, Double, Triple or Family rooms that are exceptionally well appointed, all en suite and offering satellite television. You can dine in the Earl Bistro during the day or have dinner in the charming Hanora D restaurant in the evening. The Lucan Spa Hotel also boasts excellent Conferencing and Banqueting facilities which can accommodate up to 600 people. Wireless internet/Wi-Fi access is also available throughout.
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17. "Lucan" Pilot (TV Episode 1977) - IMDb
Directed by David Greene. With Ned Beatty, William Jordan, Lou Frizzell, John Randolph.
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Episode cast overview, first billed only: Ned Beatty Larry MacElwaine William Jordan Gene Boone Lou Frizzell Casey John Randolph Dr. Don Hoagland Stockard Channing Mickey MacElwaine Kevin Brophy Lucan Ben Davidson Coach Dalton George Wyner Rantzen Hedley Mattingly President Davies John Finnegan Jess Richard C. Adams Coffin Todd Olsen Lucan, age 10 George Reynolds Policeman Virginia Hawkins Woman David Sharpe Full cast and crew
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18. Lucan Computers
We are the retail side of an IT Consultancy business based at the same location. Here at Lucan Computers we aim to provide the highest standard of service.
Now open in Lucan Village.
We are the retail side of an IT Consultancy business based at the same location. Here at Lucan Computers we aim to provide the highest standard of service.
A basic overview of what we provide is:
  • Laptop Sales
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19. Welcome To Lucan Community College
Information about the school, its programmes, policies, activities, news and contact details.
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Welcome: 2010/2011 academic year
Welcome to the Lucan Community College web site. As the college's online presence, our aim for the web site is to give you a flavour of our community, as well as providing useful information for
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20. Lucan | Define Lucan At
–noun ( Marcus Annaeus Lucanus ), a.d. 39–65, Roman poet, born in Spain.

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