Segesta


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Se·ges·ta

 (sĭ-jĕs′tə, sĕ-jĕs′tä)
An ancient city of northwest Sicily near modern-day Alcamo. Traditionally a Trojan colony, it was a Carthaginian dependency after c. 400 bc but declined during the first century.
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And Belokon has now made an application for a Court Receiver to be appointed to sell the Oystons' assets, including their holding company Segesta which owns the club.
Getting around companies operating in Sicily are Segesta, SAIS Autolinee, Interbus, AST and Etna Trasporti.
The main bus companies operating in Sicily are Segesta, SAIS Autolinee, Interbus, AST and Etna Trasporti.
Estas dos fibulas descontextualizadas no tienen equivalencias peninsulares, pero estan representadas en Sicilia Occidental, especialmente en el area de Segesta. Alli se llaman "fibulas de codo con apendice plastico y pie largo", catalogadas como Clase XLIV, tipos 371 y 372, variedades A y B y Clase XLV (Lo Schiavo, 2010); aunque ocupando una cronologia entre los ss.
Catalogo della mostra, Milano, Galleria della Triennale, 20 dicembre 1994-19 febbraio 1995, Milano: Abitare Segesta Cataloghi, 1994; sull'architettura religiosa: Mezzanotte, G., Giovanni Muzio.
They had not Magna Charta In ver l'estate, Queen of Akragas Resistant, Templum aedificavit Segesta (Cantos, 771-2) Here the naming of the great unfinished Doric temple at Segesta is intended to 'rhyme' with Malatesta's Tempio in Rimini ('Tempio aedificavit', from Canto VIII).
For example, the city of Segesta, which lay within the Carthaginian zone of influence of western Sicily, decided to destroy the Carthaginian garrison and side with Rome because they became convinced of their kinship with Rome, as both cities were said to have descended from Aeneas.
Segesta, mysterious and isolated on a slope of nearby Mount Barbaro.