Likely of Balkan origin,  Basiliscus was the brother of Aelia Verina, wife of Leo I. It has been argued that Basiliscus was uncle to the chieftain of the Heruli ...
Basiliscus is a genus of large corytophanid lizards, commonly known as basilisks, which are endemic to southern Mexico, Central America, and northern South America.
Read about Basiliscus basiliscus (Common Basilisk) on the Animal Diversity Web.
Basiliscus was the brother of Aelia Verina and hence emperor Leo's brother-in-law. In about AD 464 he became 'Master of Soldiers' in Thrace where he on several ...
Higher Taxa: Corytophanidae, Iguania, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) Subspecies: Basiliscus basiliscus basiliscus (LINNAEUS 1758) Basiliscus basiliscus barbouri RUTHVEN 1914
Basiliscus, (died 477), usurping Eastern Roman emperor from 475 to 476. He was the brother of Verina, wife of the Eastern emperor Leo I (ruled 457–474).
Basiliscus , d. c.477, usurper at Constantinople . He was responsible for the failure of the expedition sent against the Vandals by his
The Basiliscus plumifrons is with 16-18 months sexually mature. In captivity, due to good nourishment they can mature some months earlier. They can breed during the ...
Basiliscus (Laitin: Flavius Basiliscus Augustus; Greek: Βασιλίσκος) (d. 476/477) wis Byzantine Emperor frae 475 tae 476.
Deutsch: Basilisken English: Basilisk lizard, Jesus Christ lizard italiano: Basilisco 日本語: バシリスク属 polski: bazyliszki ไทย ...