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Ramnes

Place

Ramnes is a village in Re municipality, and former municipality, in Vestfold county, Norway. The village of Ramnes was the administrative centre of the municipality.

  • also known as Ramnes, Norway
  • part of Norway

Phrases with Ramnes

  1. Neocatara Ramnes
  2. species Neocatara ramnes

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Google previewResurrection Dawn 2014 (2003)

by M. Sue Alexander

"Alexander Luceres Ramnes is a name to remember. The ECMC is slated to devise a financial plan targeted at stabilizing the world's economy." " That would take a miracle," Peter replied, considering the feat virtually impossible .

Google previewTHE AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL,CONFESSION ANCIENT AND MODERN HISTORY. (1856)

by THOMAS H. PRESCOTT

Ramnes ; the Sabines of Quirium, who called themselves • Titles ; and the Etrusco-Latins of Lucerum, who were named Luceres, ORIGINAL ROMAN CONSTITUTION — EARLY HISTORY UNDER THE KINGS — ORIGIN OF THE PLEBEIANS.

Google previewA Classical Dictionary (1872)

by Charles Anthon

We are told that the people of Rome were divided into three tribes ; and, besides the Ramnes and Titienses, a third tribe appears, who are called Luceres. That they were looked upon as an important element in the state, is manifest from the ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary: containing an account of the principal proper names mentioned in ancient authors ... Together with an account of coins, weights and measures, etc (1841)

by Charles ANTHON (LL.D.)

\Ve are told that the people of Rome were divided into three tribes ; and, besides the Ramnes and Titienses, a third tribe appears, who are called Liiceres. That they were looked upon as an important element in the state, is manifest from the ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Roman Law (1968)

The original three tribes, Ramnes, Tines, and Luceres (see ramnes) were of ethnic character. The later division of the territory of Rome into four tribus ( ascribed to King Servius Tullius) was a local one and superseded the ethnic division. In 495 ...

Google previewLempriere's Classical dictionary, abridged by E.H. Barker (1843)

by Edmund Henry Barker, Joseph Cauvin

of Roman history, the reign of Numa is considered, in its political aspect, only as a representation of the union between the Sabines and the original inhabitants of Rome, or, in other words, between the tribes of the Titienses and the Ramnes.

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Scrabble value of R1A1M3N1E1S1

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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