Modius


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Modius

An ancient Roman unit of dry volume approximately equivalent to 8.73 liters.
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In the meantime, MODIUS users can enjoy burning more fat just by wearing a headband.
We believe there are tens of millions of people who will find they can become leaner through use of the Modius device.
CEO of Modius, Compiano, said,"Many organizations still use spreadsheets to track asset inventory and are having a hard time assessing how much capacity is being used and the rate it is being consumed.
The irony is that the <<Ponte Punide Modius>> has an internal capacity of 10 litres, whereas the true modius Italicus was only 8,75 litres (40).
Modius also said that as part of the new product release, it will be making a fully-functional version of OpenData v3.
OpenData provides an extensible and powerful view into the condition of enterprise infrastructure," said Craig Compiano, CEO of Modius.
Its internationally important collection includes one of Britain's most significant collections of Roman stone inscriptions as well as a modius - a bronze grain measure found at Carvoran which would have weighed out a week's ration for one soldier.
Sobre a cabeca, possivelmente portava uma longa peruca--hoje completamente destruida-- sobre a qual estao um abutre e um modius com duas plumas e um disco solar entre elas.
1) It is in fact possible to identify one work of Renaissance scholarship on which Segar drew extensively: the Pandectae triumphales of Francois Modius (Frankfurt, 1586).
Some of the latter are priests, who wear the characteristic modius hat.
44) Assuming that the price of grain was at most 4 sestertii per modius, this too works out at some 500 sestertii a year.