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Definition of the noun Caenis

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Caenis is a genus of Caenidae, described by Stephens in 1835.

Caenis is a genus of Diptera, described by Robineau-Desvoidy in 1863.

Caenis is a genus.

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    Caenis: Antonia Caenis, a former slave and secretary of Antonia Minor, was the mistress of the Roman emperor Vespasian. It is believed that she was born in Istria, now in Croatia, based on a trip she took there on her own Cassius Dio 66.14. In her 30s Caenis, still possibly a slave, was in an unofficial relationship known as contubernium, with Vespasian before his marriage. According to Suetonius, after the death of Vespasian's wife Flavia Domitilla, Vespasian and Caenis, now a freedwoman, resumed their relationship; she was his wife "in all but name" until her death in AD 74. She had a remarkable memory and considerable influence on the emperor's administration, carried out official business on his behalf, and apparently made a lot of money from her position. However, she was treated with disrespect by Vespasian's son Domitian, who refused to greet her as one of the family Cassius Dio 66.14 .

    • Marriage with Vespasian
    • died in (1942 years ago)

    Phrases with Caenis

    Phrases starting with the word Caenis:

    1. Caenis Moe
    2. Caenis Tuba
    3. Caenis amica
    4. Caenis Bella
    5. Caenis Dangi
    6. Caenis Deani
    7. Caenis gigas
    8. Caenis Grimi
    9. Caenis Incus
    10. Caenis Jungi
    11. Caenis Kungu
    12. Caenis Nivea
    13. Caenis Picea
    14. Caenis Rieki
    15. Caenis Uruzu
    16. Caenis Yangi
    17. Caenis Alicae
    18. Caenis anceps

    Phrases ending with the word Caenis:

    1. Euxoa Caenis
    2. genus Caenis

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    Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Caenis

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    Google previewFalls Lake, Neuse River (1974)

    Environmental Impact Statement

    Caenis is a common member of the littoral zone of lakes, especially in areas of detritus. It quickly colonized Belews Lake and is still an important element of the benthos. It is probably successful in early colonization due to a tolerance to water ...

    Google previewFly-fishers Ephemeridae (1921)

    Being an Analysis of the British Ephemeridae ... by Charles Arthur Neville Wauton

    (Caenis is a generic name comprising four separate species.) It might perhaps be well at this point to get a clear idea of classification as applied to insects by the scientist. As far as the fisher is concerned there are only three items that matter ...

    Google previewSouth Dade Conveyance Canals, East Coast Backpumping (1975)

    Environmental Impact Statement

    Caenis is a very common, pollution—tolerant mayfly that usually prefers quiet or stagnant water. Polycentropus sp., a psychomyiid, was the only trichopteran collected, being present at four stations. Four species of odonates were found. One of ...

    Google previewPsychopathy Within (2016)

    by Eve Maram

    As the myth begins, Caenis is a beautiful girl living in ...

    Google previewThe Random House Crossword Puzzle Dictionary (1995)

    by Random House, Stephen Elliott

    teeth Caduceue stall oi: 7 Mercury Caeneue aieo: B Caenis member of: 9 Argonauts gift: 15 invulnerability former identity: 8 Caenis IGI Света aleo: 7 Caeneus father: 6 Elatus violated by: в Poseidon changed into: 3 man subsequent identity: ...

    Google previewA Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Anthology, and Geography Abriged from the Larger Dictionary by William Smith (1877)

    by William Smith

    one of the Lapithae, son of Elatus or Coronus, was originally a maiden named CAENIs (-idis), who was beloved by Poseidon ( Neptune), and was by this god changed into a man, and rendered invulnerable. In the battle ...

    Google previewA New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (1992)

    by L. Richardson, jr

    Balineum Caenidianum: a bath created in what had been the property of Antonia Caenis, the concubine of Vespasian. It was in Villa Patrizi south of Via Nomentana, in the area now occupied by the Ministero dei Trasporti. MAAR 10 ( 1932): ...

    Google previewA Classical Dictionary (1823)

    Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors ... by John Lemprière

    CAENIs, a promontory ...

    Google previewEncyclopedia of American Journalism (2007)

    by Stephen L. Vaughn

    Caenis credited with coining the terms “beatnik” and “hippie.” Caen's daily column in theSan Francisco Chronicle consisted of multiple items separated byelipses. Eachitem wasloaded withsarcasm and wit. Hewrote authoritatively about people ...

    Google previewN.H., The Ladies Dictionary (1694) (2017)

    by John Considine, Sylvia Brown

    Caenis, a The ssalian Virgin, ...

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    Scrabble value of C3A1E1N1I1S1

    The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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