Achaea


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a region of ancient Greece on the north coast of the Peloponnese

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is attacked by a number of insect pests which may include Pachycoris klugii, Agonosoma trilineatum, Scutellaria baicalensis, Pempelia morosalis, Stomphastis thraustica, Achaea janata and Oxycetonia versicolor, while Stegodyphus sp.
Roman religion was also well represented in Corinth, which became the center of the federal imperial cult of Achaea, serving as the focal point of emperor worship in the province.
10) With Claudius' reorganisation of the eastern provinces, putting Achaea back under the Senate's control (Dio 60.
The Athenians had to give up Nisaea and Pegae, as well as Achaea and Troezen (1.
lost his return to the land of Achaea, and is lost himself"
If Achaea stayed clear from the wave of ethnicization, this was due to the evident and immediate benefits which the Achaeans enjoyed in their alliance with Sparta.
Rumen methanogens have been identified as Achaea, in which the major genera are a hydrogenotrophic group.
Similar outbreaks of large numbers of Achaea lienardi moths were reported at the beginning of 2009 in both the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal (Vlok & Villet 2009).
How shameful for you, the high and mighty commander, to lead the sons of Achaea into bloody slaughter," Thersites taunted Agamemnon.
Macedonia and Achaea became Roman provinces in the same year.
Next, Amelia Brown contributes an article on the Panhellenic sanctuaries in the Roman province of Achaea, including the famous sanctuary at Delphi.
17) Nicolas Toro, "Bacterial and Achaea Group II Introns: Additional Mobile Genetic Elements in the Environment," Environmental Microbiology 5 (2003): 143-51.
In particular, the experiences of Lycia and Achaea revealed that a confederated government could hold the power to regulate individuals without destroying the sovereignty of confederacy members.
There is unequivocal evidence too that there was a Mycenean presence in the Troad, and the kingdom of Ahhiyawa, very likely Homer's Achaea (mainland Greece), appears prominently as an aggressive power in contemporary diplomatic records of the Hittite king.
54) Nero had proclaimed the freedom of the province of Achaea in 67 C.