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  1. Asine was an ancient Greek city of Argolis. It was mentioned by Homer as part of the kingdom of Diomedes, king of Argos. In 740 BC, the Argives destroyed the city because its citizens had helped the Spartans in their war against Argos. After the destruction, its citizens left and established the city of Asine in Messenia upon land that was given to them by the Spartans.
  2. Asine was an ancient town in the Laconia region of Greece.
  3. ASINE is an Aviation waypoint.
    • also known as fix ASINE, waypoint ASINE, ASINE fix, ASINE waypoint

Phrases with Asine

  1. Polythrix asine
  2. Species Polythrix Asine

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Google previewThe Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer (1780)

by Richard Burn

Asine is a pecuniary punishment, assessed by the steward, for an offence or contempt ...

Google previewMycenaean Civilization (2004)

An Annotated Bibliography through 2002, rev. ed. by Bryan Feuer

Asine is a coastal site in the Argolid, located 295 ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the History of Classical Archaeology (2015)

by Nancy Thomson de Grummond

MICHAEL VICKERS ASINE, Argolis, Greece. Prehistoric, Hellenistic and Roman settlement on the coast of Greece, ca. 8km southeast of Nauplion; first mentioned by Homer, Il. 2.560 (Catalogue of Ships), later by Strabo and Pausanias.

Google previewAn illustrated dictionary to Xenophon's Anabasis (1894)

with groups of words etymologically related by John Williams White, Morris Hicky Morgan

*A<rivaIos, d, or fAo-iw;, Asine], cf or belonging to Asine; subst., an Asinaean, v. 3 . 4, 6. 36. Asine was a seaboard town of Laconia, between Gythium and Taenarum. Hence Neon the Asinaean is called Laconian, vii. 2. 29. do-ivus, adv.

Google previewA Dictionary of Weights and Measures for the British Isles (1985)

The Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century by Ronald Edward Zupko

asine [MF asine fr L a sinus, an ass]. A m-c (the lead or burden of one ass, prob a sack-load) used principally for wine, without standard dimensions. — 1371 York Mem. l.l4: Et que chescun estraunge marchaunt des vins paie, pur chescun ...

Google previewThe Oxford Classical Dictionary (2012)

by Simon Hornblower, Antony Spawforth, Esther Eidinow

MW Asine, a town in the Argolid, on the coast, south-east of Nauplion. Excavations by Swedish expeditions have revealed occupation extending from the early bronze age, succeeded by an important middle Helladic settlement. Late bronze ...

Google previewDictionary and Grammar of the Language of Saʻa and Ulawa, Solomon Islands (1918)

by Walter George Ivens

prefix to nouns expressing relationship, mu mwa'asine, ro mwa' adine.

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