Xystus



xyst.
sixtus i.
sixtus ii.
sixtus iii.
saint, died a.d. 258, pope 257–258.
saint, pope a.d. 432–440.
historical examples

quintus claudius, volume 1 of 2 ernst eckstein
ten books on architecture vitruvius
the fables of phdrus phaedrus
english conferences of ernest renan ernest renan
quintus claudius, volume 1 of 2 ernst eckstein

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  • xysts

    (in ancient greek and roman architecture) a covered portico, as a promenade. (in an ancient roman villa) a garden walk planted with trees. noun a long portico, esp one used in ancient greece for athletics (in ancient rome) a covered garden walk or one lined with trees

  • xystus-i

    sixtus i.

  • xystus-ii

    sixtus ii. saint, died a.d. 258, pope 257–258.

  • sixtus-ii

    saint, died a.d. 258, pope 257–258.

  • xystus-iii

    sixtus iii. saint, pope a.d. 432–440.


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