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Definition of the noun Appia

What does Appia mean as a name of something?

Appia is a genus of Hesperiidae, described by Evans in 1955.


Who is Appia?

Appia: The gens Appia was a plebeian family at Rome. Its nomen, Appius, is a patronymic surname based on the praenomen Appius. The gens does not appear to have been very large, and none of its members achieved great importance.

Phrases with Appia

  1. Appia Appia
  2. Genus Appia
  3. Mesostoma Appia
  4. Species Appia Appia
  5. Species Mesostoma Appia

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Appia

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Google previewIntroduction to Reliable Distributed Programming (2006)

by Rachid Guerraoui, Luís Rodrigues

Appia is a tool that simplifies the development of communication protocols.

Google previewHow to Write a Thesis (2015)

by Umberto Eco, Caterina Mongiat Farina, Geoff Farina, Francesco Erspamer

Appia is a well-known Swiss author and the subject of abundant historical and theoretical theater studies that, it would seem, have exhausted all there is to say about him. But the candidate painstakingly researched the Swiss archives, along ...

Google previewTwentieth Century Theatre: A Sourcebook (2002)

by Richard Drain

Appia is a crucial pioneer, seeking a theatre sensitive to 'the spirit of music', and a stage that could offer equivalent qualities of rhythm, tone and harmony in the unfolding movement of its actors in a space architecturally conceived, the whole ...

Google previewGay and Lesbian Issues (2003)

A Reference Handbook by Chuck Stewart

Via Appia is the nickname given to the district in Rio where male prostitutes hang out. German, Portuguese, and English with English subtitles. Source: Strand Releasing; Wolfe Video. Wedding Banquet (111 min.) 1993. Agay Taiwanese ...

Google previewThe Christian's Penny Magazine (1832)

The Via Appia is a tolerably wide street, with its ancient ...

Google previewThe Archaeological Journal (1877)

The Via Appia is a fosse-way between the cemeteries PAINTINGS IN THE ROMAN CATACOMBS. 439.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Literature and Criticism (2002)

by Martin Coyle, Honorary Professorial Fellow Peter Garside, Peter Garside, Malcolm Kelsall, Professor of English Malcolm Kelsall, Professor, John Peck

It was the Swiss designer Adolphe Appia who, in the 1880s and 1890s, established the basis of a new dramatic theory capable of presenting a real alternative to Naturalism. Working from the need to find practical solutions to the problems ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes (2013)

by Richard Kostelanetz

A Swiss theater designer who in 1891 had published a pamphlet about Staging the Wagnerian Ring, Appia a few years ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (2015)

by Samuel Ball Platner

VIA APPIA 559 the case on the Florence relief. The existing architectural fragments belong to the final restoration by Julia Domna, and these, together with the coins and reliefs, enable us to restore the temple with some degree of accuracy.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Opera (2013)

by Scott L. Balthazar

This modernist approach was promoted most influentially by the Swiss architect and set designer Adolphe Appia (1862—1928), known as the father of nonillusionist musical theater, who designed sets for a number of productions of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Architectural and Engineering Feats (2001)

by Donald Langmead, Christine Garnaut

Appian. Way. Italy The Appian Way (Via Appia), the oldest and perhaps most famous Roman road, was built by the Censor Appius Claudius Caecus in 312 B.C . Enlarging a track between Rome and the Alban Hills and forming the main route ...

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (2017)

by Richard Stillwell

A few years later, the Via Appia was built, climbing to Tarracina on its way S. Horace took that route in 38 B.C. and admirably describes the site: impositum saxis late candentibus Anxur. Galba was born here in 3 B.C. The town was greatly built ...

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Scrabble value of A1P3P3I1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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