Camillus

Camillus was also a cognomen derived from the general term, most famously used by Marcus Furius Camillus and by other members of the gens Furia.

Other articles related to "camillus":

Marcus Furius Camillus (II)
... Marcus Furius Camillus (II) was a Roman governor of Africa proconsularis province who inflicted a crushing defeat on the Numidian rebel Tacfarinas in a pitched battle in 17 AD ... The historian Tacitus, in his Annales (published AD 109), joked that Camillus subsequently lived invisibly enough to survive this great honour (an allusion to the endless series ...
Acme United Corporation - Corporate Structure - Camillus
... Camillus, with roots dating back to 1876, is one of the best known brands in the knife industry ... In May 2009, Acme United re-launched Camillus at the 2009 National Hardware Show in Las Vegas with an entire series of new knives ... The new Camillus knives have well designed, durable handles and the blades have a titanium carbonitride coating, making them 10 times harder than stainless steel ...
Camillus House - Capital Campaign and New Headquarters
... In 2006, after a 20 year search for a location for new facility, Camillus House was able to negotiate with the City of Miami, the University of Miami, and community leaders to move ... as treatment and job training facilities, will provide Camillus House space needed to expand services to the greater Miami community ... In order to pay for the new facility, Camillus House has begun an $88 million dollar capital campaign called “Open the Doors to Hope.” The ...
Saint Camillus Foundation (New York)
... Saint Camillus Foundation (New York) - non-profit organization providing financial support to Saint Camillus Health and Rehabilitation Center in New York ...