Media in category "Polydactylus sextarius". The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total. Fishes of India. Atlas. Plate cyber-safety.info 1, ἡμίνα or ἡμίμνα. It was the half of the sextarius or ξέστης, and contained six cyathi, or nearly half a pint English. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. for milk: the Sextarius and the Hemina, which are measures of capacity of the ancient Rome. . Cup (unit), Wikipedia, cyber-safety.info(unit). 3.
for milk: the Sextarius and the Hemina, which are measures of capacity of the ancient Rome. . Cup (unit), Wikipedia, cyber-safety.info(unit). 3. ἡμίνα or ἡμίμνα. It was the half of the sextarius or ξέστης, and contained six cyathi, or nearly half a pint English. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Define sextarius. sextarius synonyms, sextarius pronunciation, sextarius translation, English dictionary definition of Also found in: Financial, Wikipedia.
Define sextarius. sextarius synonyms, sextarius pronunciation, sextarius translation, English dictionary definition of Also found in: Financial, Wikipedia. sextārĭus: ii, m. sextus. Packhum Concordance | Wiktionary EN | Wiktionary LA | Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ. anfore Quadrantal: 8 congi; Congius: 3,27 l; Sextarius: nearly half litre or granaglie (quarter of moggio); Hemina: half sextarius (nearly cc);.
Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users. This measure was used by physicians with a graduated scale marked on it, like our own chemical measures, for wiki out sextariu weights of fluids, especially oil.
A vessel or horn, of a cubic or cylindrical shape, and of the capacity of a cotyla, was divided into twelve equal parts sextarius lines cut sextarius its side.
The whole vessel was called litraand each of the parts an ounce uncia. This measure held nine ounces by weight of oil, so that sextarius ratio of the weight of the oil to the number of ounces wiki occupied in the measure would be or Nicolas Chorier observes that the cotyla was used as a dry measure as well as a liquid one, from the authority of Thucydides wiki, who in one place mentions two sdxtarius of wine, and in another two cotylae of bread.
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See also. Nestor's Cup. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. London: John Murray. James and John Knapton, et al. Greek vase shapes. Hydria Hydriske Kalpis. Dinos Krater. Chuta Lebes. Kernos Lekythos Loutrophoros Phiale. Band skyphos Epinetron Kernos Luchnos. Wiki see original file. Suggest as cover photo Would you wiki to suggest this photo as the cover photo for this sextarius Yes, this would sextarius a good choice No, never mind.
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The cotylae are also features on the proximal end of the radius and of the ulna in birds. See also. Nestor's Cup. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. London: John Murray.
James and John Knapton, et al. Greek vase shapes. Hydria Hydriske Kalpis. Dinos Krater. Chuta Lebes. Kernos Lekythos Loutrophoros Phiale. As consuls' terms latterly ran from January to December, this eventually caused January, rather than March, to be considered the start of the year. In the middle ages , the year numbering was changed to the Anno Domini count.
The calendar used in most of the modern world, the Gregorian calendar , differs from the Julian calendar in that it skips three leap years every four centuries to more closely approximate the length of the tropical year. The Romans grouped days into an eight-day cycle called a nundina , with every eighth day being a market day.
Independent of the nundinae , astrologers kept a seven-day cycle called a hebdomada where each day corresponded to one of the seven classical planets , with the first day of the week being Saturn-day , followed by Sun-day , Moon-day , Mars-day , Mercury-day , Jupiter-day , and lastly Venus-day. Each astrological day was reckoned to begin at sunrise. The Jews also used a seven-day week, which began Saturday evening.
The seventh day of the week they called Sabbath ; the other days they numbered rather than named, except for Friday, which could be called either the Parasceve or the sixth day. Each Jewish day was reckoned to begin at sunset. Christians followed the Jewish seven-day week, except that they commonly called the first day of the week the Dominica , or the Lord's day. In Constantine the Great gave his subjects every Sunday off in honor of his family's tutelary deity, the Unconquered Sun , thus cementing the seven-day week into Roman civil society.
The Romans divided the daytime into twelve horae or hours starting at sunrise and ending at sunset. The night was divided into four watches.
The duration of these hours varied with seasons; in the winter, when the daylight period was shorter, its 12 hours were correspondingly shorter and its four watches were correspondingly longer. Astrologers divided the solar day into 24 equal hours, and these astrological hours became the basis for medieval clocks and our modern hour mean solar day. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Ancient Symbols Unicode block. This section does not cite any sources.
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The progression in this hermaphrodite is protandrous, changing from a juvenile to a hermaphrodite, then a female Ref. Threadfins of the world Family Polynemidae.