Hesiod says that she was seduced by Hippostratus the son of Amarynces and that her father Hipponous sent her from Olenus in Achaea
to Oeneus because he was far away from Hellas, bidding him kill her.
Ulysses and I were in the house, inside, and heard all that he said to you; for we came to the fair house of Peleus while beating up recruits throughout all Achaea
, and when we got there we found Menoetius and yourself, and Achilles with you.
Similarly, Shanker and Dhyani reported Pachycoris klugii, Agonosoma trilineatum, Scutellaria baicalensis, Pempelia morosalis, Stomphastis thraustica, Achaea
janata and Oxycetonia versicolor are the major insect pests of jatropha and Stegodyphus sp.
Juss against semilooper Achaea
Janata Linn, infesting castor in the field.
Contract notice: "completion of the motorway patra - tower, section 6 lower achaea
- sagaiika (ch 12 + 900 to ch 23 + 060)".
According to legend, the Christian apostle and martyr Saint Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, was crucified on an X-shaped cross at Patras (Patrae), in Achaea
The new colony was populated by Romans and quickly began to regain its former prominence among the cities of the region, firmly under Roman control By the time of Claudius in 44 CE, Corinth had become the capital city of the province of Achaea
, and during Claudius's reign Paul arrived in the city, nearly a hundred years after its refounding as a Roman colony (Engels 14-19; J.
Corinth was very much under Roman control as, from 44, the administrative centre of the province of Achaea
A total of 13 different insect pests which were categorized as major (Ancylis sativa, Euproctis fraterna and Adoretus pallens), minor (Scirtothrips dorsalis, Amrasca biguttula biguttula, Myllocerus discolor, Achaea
janata, Agrotis biconica and Aphis gossypii) and occasional (Oxycareous hyalinipennis, Dichromorpha viridis, Tarucus balkanicus and Orgyia postica) based on overall population of two years.
5 the race Hippodameia's suitors had to run against Oenomaus is from Olympia to Corinth (a distance of over 180 kilometers) from west to east along a line that would separate the whole of Achaea
, most of Elis and parts of Arcadia and Corinth from the rest of the Peloponnesus.
Here too lies a neglected clue to the increasing aggressiveness shown towards Macedonia, Carthage and Achaea
, in the middle years of the second century, interpreted by H.
They gained control of Achaea
on the opposite side of the gulf, thus potentially acquiring the ability to bottle up Corinth in the gulf.