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Adena is a genus of Crambidae, described by Walker in 1863.

Adena is a genus of Noctuidae, described by Agassiz in 1846.

Adena is a subgenus of Hadena, described by Agassiz in 1847.


  1. Adena is a village in Harrison and Jefferson counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 759 at the 2010 census.
  2. ADENA is an Aviation waypoint.


"Adena" is a musical single of Chris Cowie.

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Phrases with Adena

  1. Genus Adena
  2. Perlesta adena
  3. species Perlesta adena

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Google previewArchaeology of the Southeastern United States (2016)

Paleoindian to World War I by Judith A Bense

Griffin describes it, Adena is a convenient term that includes dozens of different early Woodland societies in the central Ohio Valley that were quite diverse, sharing only a ceremonial system.8 Adena burial ceremonialism began ...

Google previewProposed Jackson County Lake Project, Jackson County, Kentucky (2001)

Environmental Impact Statement

with the introduction of ceramics, then the beginning of the period clearly predates the Adena phenomenon (Seeman 1986). Adena is the critical bridge ...

Google previewTravels to Palestine, and His Return from Jerusalem Overland to France, During the Years 1432 Et 1433. - At the Hafod Press (1807)

by Bertrandon de La-Brocquiere

Adena is a tolerably good commercial town, well inclosed with walls, situated in a fine country, and sufficiently near the sea. The river Adena, which is wide and rises among the high mountains of Armenia, flows beneath its walls. It has over it a ...

Google previewArchaeology in America: An Encyclopedia [4 volumes] (2008)

An Encyclopedia by Linda S. Cordell, Kent Lightfoot, Francis McManamon, George Milner

Martin Adena is the name given by archaeologists to societies that were the first to build earthen mounds and other types of earthworks, sometimes in combination, in a widespread and formal manner in the central and eastern ...

Google previewThe American Catholic Historical Researches ... (1901)

'[Adena is the reading in the MSS., but it seems to be an error of the copyist, for Adana an episcopal city of the diocese of Antioch, in Cilicia.] 'tISamosata. now know as Semisat, Scempsat, Scemsat is an episcopal see in the diocese of Antioch ...

Google previewThe History of Hardin County, Ohio (1883)

Adena is a beautiful place, and the seat of Gov.

Google previewChesapeake Prehistory (2007)

Old Traditions, New Directions by Richard J. Dent Jr.

Adena Influences Adena is a well-known, albeit incompletely understood, Early Woodland tradition of the American Midlands initiated circa 2500 years ago, but having demonstrable roots even before that date. It is widely recognized for THE ...

Google previewHandbook of North American Indians (1978)

by William C. Sturtevant

Adena seems to have developed as a distinctive cultural type before the beginning of the Hopewell climatic episode and continued on into it, with late Adena being contemporary with early Hopewell. Since Adena is a clear extension of the ...

Google previewArchitecture and Town Planning in Colonial North America

Adena is a focal point of Ohio's bicentennial celebration in 2003, and it is hoped the gardens can be restored. Because of the contact between Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Worthington, Peter Hatch of Monti- cello has been engaged to ...

Google previewKnowledge... (1882)

A Monthly Record of Science

Lastly, β€œ Adena is the name of the Mother-goddess of Time "; (Ritual, ch. 165). Gsasnn Messrs. TELESCOPES, &c., ON THE THREE YEARS' SYSTEM. [848]β€”It has been suggested in these pages that it would be a boon to many an honest ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Indian Issues Today (2013)

by Russell M. Lawson

The Hopewell, Adena, and Mississippian cultures created sophisticated, gigantic earthen mound temple configurations built in miscellaneous shapes and patterns . Warren K. Moorehead, the first archaeologist of the Hopewell site, explored ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Prehistory (2012)

Volume 6: North America by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember

β€œAdena Mortuary Patterns and Ritual Cycles in the Upper Scioto River Valley, Ohio.” Ph.D. diss., Department of Anthropology, State University of New York, Binghamton. Heckenberg, Michael, James Peterson, Louise Basa, Ellen Cowie, Arthur ...

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Small photo of Madrid, Spain . October 22, 2015: Activists of the organization ADENA realize, in the Puerta del Sol of Madrid, an act of protest against the hunt for seals More...

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Scrabble value of A1D2E1N1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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