larnax


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larnax

(ˈlɑːnæks)
n
(Archaeology) archaeol a coffin made of terracotta
[from Greek; perhaps related to Late Greek narnax chest]

larnax

An ancient Greek coffin made of terracotta and often ornamented.
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En cuanto a la flora endemica del departamento de Cajamarca, se han registrado 32 especies endemicas en el bosque montano de Cutervo, 13 especies en Cachil y 11 especies en Monteseco y Taulis, destacando especies de los generos Critoniopsis, Siphocampylus, Jaltomata y Larnax (Hensold 1999).
Organogenesis floral en Acnistus arborescens, Dunalia solanacea, Deprea bitteriana, Larnax glabra and Larnax hawkesii-- tribu Physaleae (Solanaceae).
The larnax was a significant symbol of exposure, as is indicated by Hesychius' gloss of
Despite what Pausanias says, the kypsele in which Herodotus has Cypselus concealed was not a larnax, but a ceramic beehive: G.
Segun Barboza & Hunziker (1994) las especies de este genero fueron relacionadas con las de otros generos de la tribu como Physalis, Withania, Athenaea y Larnax, siendo este ultimo considerado como el mas afin.
Larnax Miers y Witheringia, actualmente reconocidos, junto con Cuatresia, en la tribu Physaleae (Olmstead et al.
Found in the antechamber of tomb III ("Tomb of Philip") at Vergina, inside a golden larnax along with the remains of the deceased (Andronikos 1984, pp.
D'Arcy (1973a) rehabilito Deprea, anteriormente incluido o confundido con otros generos, Withania, Athenea y Larnax (D'Arcy 1973b, Barboza & Hunziker 1994, Hunziker 1977).
Se estudio la organogenesis floral en las especies Acnistus arborescens, Dunalia solanacea, Deprea bitteriana, Larnax glabra y Larnax hawkesii de la tribu Physaleae (Solanaceae), empleando microscopia electronica de barrido en modo ambiental.
The Origin and Iconography of the Late Minoan Painted Larnax," Hesperia 60, pp.
For example, a LM IIIB painted terracotta larnax from a chamber tomb at Episkopi, Ierapetra, Crete, depicts standing individuals raising kylikes.