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The Palestinians have a history that goes back thousands of years, the earliest of references being found in ancient Greek historian Herodotus' writings, who talks of Palaestina, stretching from Phoenecia to Egypt.
Hadrian renamed Judea as Galilee, and Syria called it Palaestina in honor of Israel's hated enemies, the Philistines.
La identidad taxonomica de las especies fue confirmada mediante la comparacion con los especimenes ya identificados y preservados en los herbarios de las universidades de Jordania o el Ministerio de Agricultura, y utilizacion de los volumenes de Flora Palaestina (Zohary y Feinbrun-Dothan, 1966-1988).
Some 1942 years ago, the Jews in the province called Palaestina launched a revolt against the Roman Empire.
10) Soon after Eusebius's sojourn there, the surrounding province was split between Palaestina Prima and Palaestina Secunda.
Scytiam, Thraciam, Macedoniam, Dardaniam, Daciam, Thessaliam, Achaiam, Epiros, Dalmatiam, cunctasque Pannonias Gothus, Sannata, Quadus, Alanus, Hunni, Wandali, Marcomanni uastant, trahunt, rapiunt; in Grecia imperant barbari; obsessa Antiochia et urbes reliquae; tracti greges captiuorum; Arabia, Phoenice, Palaestina, Aegyptus timore captiuae (Hier.
Expression of a [DELTA]12-expoxygenase from Crepis palaestina (Boiss.
Miski M, Ulubelen A, Johansson C (1983) Antibacterial activity studies of flavonoids from Salvia palaestina.
Crepis palaestina seeds contain about 70% epoxy fatty acid, but when we transfer the Cpal2 gene to linseed, we get only 2% epoxy fatty acid produced,' Singh says.
Al-Maosoa'a al-Falastinia (Beirut: Encyclopedia Palaestina Cooperation, 1990), Vol.
It is only the Emperor Hadrian who, after suppressing the Bar-Kochba rebellion, in order to eradicate the Jewish connection, changed the name to Syria Palaestina.
The Nomenclature News of Flora Palaestina, First published in 2000 in: Flora Mediterranean, 10: 109-172.
the Roman province of Palaestina was the scene of coexistence, confrontations, and accommodations among its population of Jews, Samaritans, Christians, and pagans.