Rhodian


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Rhodian

(ˈrəʊdɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the island of Rhodes
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Rhodes
Translations

Rhodian

adjrhodisch, (von) der Insel Rhodos
nRhodier(in) m(f)
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does so in his Rhodian Oration at 31.26, 31.41, and 31.57.
Glacken was rumored to have completed a sequel to his 1967 classic Traces on the Rhodian Shore, but never published it, and it now seems lost.
Back then, Rhodes was the Mediterranean's centre of trade thanks to its naval force which commanded the seas and its tax system, which provided only for minimal duties on commodities traded on Rhodian soil.
Pieces include Violin Sonata in E Rhodian by Alexander LaFollett; "The Air Is a Chamber" and "The Earth Is a Cell" by J.M.
Indeed, when the two aforementioned bottles were bought in 1919 by Leonard Daneham Cunliffe, the deputy governor of the Bank of England, they were listed as 'Rhodian' ware, after the collection of classic Iznik pottery acquired by the Musee de Cluny in the 19th century on the island of Rhodes, where it was assumed it originated.
(39) When Themistius of Aphidna assaulted (hubrizein) a Rhodian lyre player at the Eleusinian festival, he suffered a capital sentence (Dinarchus, In Demosth.
Or, if you fancy exploring yourself, include time to visit the Palace of the Grand Masters museum for insights into Rhodian history, and get lost in a myriad bars by the popular squares close to the harbour.