Eumenes


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Noun1.Eumenes - mason waspsEumenes - mason wasps        
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Vespidae, Vespidae - an arthropod family of the order Hymenoptera including: yellow jackets; hornets; mason wasps
mason wasp - any of various solitary wasps that construct nests of hardened mud for their young
potter wasp - any of various solitary wasps that construct vase-shaped cells of mud for their eggs
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E que, segundo Plinio, e por inveja que Eumenes, rei de Pergamo, recorreu ao pergaminho.
[38.1] Tambem, por ter apresentado Arqufa, o arcade, a Eumenes, fez com que <aquele> viesse a ser muito estimado.
What "the young/poet Eumenes" has done, this "glorious
It was found in the venom of solitarywasps Eumenidae Eumenes pomiformis and Orancistrocerus drewseni [34], in the venom of social wasps Polybia paulista (Vespidae), with evidence of its allergenic action in humans [35] as well as in various other invertebrates such as Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (Acari: Pyroglyphidae), Blatella germanica (Insecta: Blattodea: Blattellidae), Penaeus monodon (Crustacea: Penaeidae), Homarus gammarus (Crustacea: Nephropidae), Mytilus edulis (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Mytilidae), and Plodia interpunctella (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), a new class of allergens [36].
Quatro tipos de participacao sao atestadas: a recepcao de embaixadas que convidavam para o festival (como a enviada a Ptolomeu VI, para os Jogos de 170/9 a.C.); a participacao como financiadores e organizadores (como Ariarates V da Capadocia, agonoteta em 138/7 a.C.); a recepcao de homenagens como a aclamacao ou a concessao de coroas douradas (como Farnaces e Nisa do Ponto, em 194/3 a.C.); a participacao como competidores nas diversas modalidades hipicas (como Ptolomeu V e Ptolomeu IV em 182/1 a.C.; os quatro irmaos atalidas Atalo II, Eumenes II, Filetairo e Atenaios em 178/7 a.C.; Eumenes II e Atalo II em 170/169 a.C.; Cleopatra II, Ptolomeu VI e Eumenes II em 162/1 a.C.; Mastanabal, principe da Masinissa, e Ptolomeu VI em 158/7 a.C.; e Alexandre Balas da Siria em 150/9 ou 146/5 a.C.).
Originally from Thyatira, Lydia's father Eumenes has invented a method of dyeing fabric so that it becomes resplendently and enduringly purple.
var yangshuoensis Davaoshania cotinifolia Chalcididae sp" Eumenes sp., Sataspes tagalica Oreocharis acaulis Bombus sp.
The libraries of Ashurbanipal of Ninevah in ancient Mesopotamia, the Alexandria library by the Ptolemies, the Pergamum library by Attalus I and Eumenes II in Asia Minor, the Monastic libraries, etc.
R(1) Eumenes smithii de R(2) Saussure Pachodynerus erynnis R(5) (Lepeletier) Polistes spp.