Africanus

Africanus, in Latin, means "African". It can refer to:

  • a cognomen of ancient Rome :
    • Africanus Fabius Maximus, the younger son of Quintus Fabius Maximus (consul 45BCE) and an unknown wife
    • Cresconius Africanus, a Latin canon lawyer of uncertain date and place
    • Julius Africanus, an orator in the time of Nero
    • Junillus Africanus (fl. 541–549), a Quaestor of the Sacred Palace in the court of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I
    • Scipio Africanus (disambiguation)
    • Sextus Caecilius Africanus, a 2nd century Roman legal scholar
    • Sextus Julius Africanus, a Christian traveller and historian of the 3rd century
    • Titus Sextius Africanus, a censor of Gaul in the 1st century; there was also a man with this name in the 2nd century, who was consul under Trajan
  • Africanus Horton (1835–1883), also known as James Beale, a writer and folklorist from Sierra Leone
  • Albert Freeman Africanus King, one of the attending doctors during the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
  • Constantine the African i.e. Constantinus Africanus (11th century)
  • George John Scipio Africanus (1763—1834), a West African negro slave
  • Leo Africanus (1488–1554)
  • Africanus (journal), a scientific journal published by UNISA, about development problems with special reference to the Third World and southern Africa
Latin binomial abbreviations for species
  • A. africanus (disambiguation)
  • B. africanus (disambiguation)
  • C. africanus (disambiguation)
  • D. africanus (disambiguation)
  • E. africanus (disambiguation)
  • F. africanus
  • G. africanus (disambiguation)
  • H. africanus (disambiguation)
  • K. africanus (disambiguation)
  • L. africanus
  • M. africanus
  • P. africanus (disambiguation)
  • R. africanus
  • S. africanus
  • T. africanus (disambiguation)

Other articles related to "africanus":

Dimorphognathus Africanus
... Dimorphognathus africanus Phrynobatrachus africanus is a species of frog in the Phrynobatrachidae family ...
Titus Sextius Africanus
... Titus Sextius Africanus was a nobleman of ancient Rome who was deterred by Agrippina the Younger from marrying Junia Silana ... Saturninus and Africanus were rivals, and both hated Trebellius, who took advantage of their rivalry to get the better of them ... There was a Titus Sextius Africanus who was consul with Trajan in 112 AD, who was probably a descendant of this Africanus ...
Africanus Fabius Maximus - Career
... The career of Africanus Fabius Maximus is much less clear than that of his brother ... It is proposed that the earliest post of Africanus was as a military tribune in Spain, though this is not certain ... his tenure as proconsul of Africa that Africanus struck some coins that bore his own image ...
Cape Warthog
... africanus, include The skull is smaller, but broader The frontal area of the zygomatic arch is thickened by internal sinuses and is swollen into a round hollow ... africanus, the zygomatic arch may be robust, but it is not thickened, and there is no knob There are never incisors in Phacochoerus aethiopicus, yet in a regular warthog, there are two incisors in the upper jaw ... africanus because no roots would be formed by the time all the enamel columns have gone into wear In a typical warthog has two spherical pits in the back of their skull, and the Cape Warthog ...