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Dendra

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Dendra is a prehistoric archaeological site situated outside the village with the same name belonging to the municipality of Midea in the Argolid, Greece.

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Google previewOverland Monthly and Out West Magazine (1868)

Philas is beautiful ; Memphis is sadly picturesque ; Dendra is a memory to cling to the soul forever ; the grottoes of Beni Hassan well repay the toils of travel ; the Pyramids are at once sublime and awe-inspiring ; but the crowning glory of Egypt ...

Google previewThe Overland Monthly (1868)

Philae is beautiful ; Memphis is sadly* picturesque ; Dendra is a memory to cling to the soul forever ; the grottoes of Beni Hassan well repay the toils of travel ; the Pyramids are at once sublime and awe-inspiring ; but the crowning glory of ...

Google previewAdvances in Molecular Biophotonics (2014)

by Yong Deng, Zhenli Huang, Yu Li, Da Xing, Zhihong Zhang

Dendra is a monomeric fluorescent protein derived from Octocoral dendronephthy in which the emission peak migrated from 505 nm to 575 nm after activation by blue light, and its spectral properties are similar to that of Kaede. After activation ...

Google previewThe Early Neolithic in Greece (2001)

The First Farming Communities in Europe by Catherine Perlès

Dendra is a very peculiar site, which consists of fifteen large pits. Two shallow pits, interpreted as 'violations', contained EN1 material, including pottery. All the others were deep pits dug into the soft local limestone,” with convex walls, irregular ...

Google previewMultifunctional Pharmaceutical Nanocarriers (2008)

by Vladimir Torchilin

The term dendrimer is derived from Greek (dendra means tree and meros means part) and describes highly branched three-dimensional structures. The dendritic architecture was first reported in the late 1970s and the early 1980s by the ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Military History (2004)

by James C. Bradford

An almost complete example of one of these armors was found in a tomb of a Mycenaean noble near Dendra in Greece. This armor consists of bands of bronze around the neck and torso with shoulder guards, shin guards, and a tubular ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology (2013)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer

Dendra: A BronzeAge cemetery inGreece with aMiddle Helladic tumulus. Mycenaean tholostomb (15th–14th centuries sc), andrich chamber tombs. Theassociated settlement may bethe Mycenaean citadel ofMidea. (syn. Dhendra) Dendera:A ...

Google previewHawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary (2016)

by Robert A. Lewis

A tree-like highly branched polymer molecule (Greek dendra = tree). Dendrimers are synthesized from monomers with new branches added in discrete steps (“ generation”) to form a treelike architecture. A high level of synthetic control is ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers (1991)

by Katharina M. Wilson

"Esykia" (The Fig Treel, "O dendra" [Oh Treesl, "To dasos" [The Forestl, "Sto akrogiali" [At the ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics (2015)

by Günter Kahl

Examples are Kaede, EosFP, mEosFP, KikGR, Dendra and → Dendra2. Third, and in contrast, a series of reversibly convertible PAFPs exist that allow repeated excitation and quenching. For example, chromoprotein as e.g. FP595 and its ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Principal Languages Spoken in the Bengal Presidency (1837)

Viz. English, Bángálí, and Hindústání. In the Roman Character by P. S. D'Rozario

naked of feathers, bare—pakhyuhin, magna, pákhand bá dendra hit— Unfe"d, a not fed, not supplied with food—apushsa, aptilita, and ...

Google previewA Universal Alphabet, Grammar, and Language; comprising a scientific classication of the radical elements of discourse, and illustrative translations, to which is added a Dictionary of the Language (1856)

by George EDMONDS (Attorney, of London.)

Dendra. Train, (to) v. Tonsitai, to teach. 2, Onsikai, to educate. 3, Bonsikai, to allure, entice.

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