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Aenea, was an ancient Greek city in northwesternmost Chalcidice, said to have been founded by Aeneas, and was situated, according to Livy, opposite Pydna, and 15 miles from Thessalonica. It appears to have stood on the promontory of the great Karaburnu, which forms the northwest corner of the peninsula of Chalcidice, and which, being about 10 geographical miles in direct distance from Thessalonica, may be identified with the promontory Aeneium of Scymnus. Aeneia must therefore have been further north than Pydna. It was colonised by the Corinthians. It is mentioned by Herodotus, and continued to be a place of importance down to the time of the Roman wars in Greece, although we are told that a great part of its population was removed to Thessalonica, when the latter city was founded by Cassander. The city minted coins in antiquity, some of which survive today.
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by Arthur Burton Gahan
HOSTS AND LIFE HISTORY Halticoptera aenea is a solitary, primary parasite with a number of different hosts. According to Imms, it is an endoparasite of the larval stage of Oscinella frit emerging as an adult from the puparium of the host.
Dictionary of Parasitology (2005)
by Peter J. Gosling
Orasema aenea (insect parasitology) Hymenoptera in the Eucharitidae that, similarly to Orasema assectator, Orasema coloradensis, Orasema costaricensis, Orasema crassa, Orasema minutissima, Orasema rapo, Orasema robertsoni, ...
Illustrated Keys to Known Families, Genera, and Species in South America by Charles W. Heckman
Mnesarete aenea: left intersternites of five female specimens (upper left), hind lobe of female prothorax in dorsal view (lower left) and lateral view of the entire prothorax with an enlarged view of the lateral part of its posterior margin ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
AEnea. Latr. TRIBE XI. AcRoceRIDEs. Stirths 1. Proboscis distinct; antennae two or three jointed, with or without a terminal seta. GENUs DCCLI. PANops, Lam. Latr. Antennae longer than the head; three-jointed, the last joint elongate, cylindric, ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology - 3 Volume Set by Umberto Quattrocchi
exarata Trinius (Agrostis aenea Trinius; Agrostis aenea (Trin.) Trin.; Agrostis alashana Hultén; Agrostis alaskana Hultén; Agrostis alascana Hultén; Agrostis alaskana var. breviflora Hultén; Agrostis albicans Buckley; Agrostis ampla A.S. ...
A Classical Dictionary (1847)
Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors ... by Charles Anthon
AENEA or AENE1A, a town of Macedonia, on the coast of the Sinus Thermaicus, northwest from Olynthus, and almost due ...
by Bo Beolens, Michael Watkins, Michael Grayson
Green Imperial Pigeon; JS Ducula aenea consobrina] Mangrove Whistler ssp. Pachycephala cinerea vandepolli Finsch, 1899 NCR [NUI Pachycephala cinerea cinerea] Jacob Rudolph ...
Given Names Listed by Meaning, 2d ed. by Yvonne Navarro
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Chrysomela (Linneidea) aenea
Crichton Collegiate Church, Midlothian, Scotland NT380616
Formerly Chrysomela aenea & Linneidea aenea...
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