(23) Sphinxes occur in archaic Greek art well before any literary reference, often having an association with death, such as a sphinx depicted on a larnax
, a type of coffin, in thirteenth-century BCE Boiotia.
WHAT...is a larnax
? WHERE...in the Republic of Ireland is the town of Kells, famous for its monastery?
One recalls Pindar's account of Pelops' two winged horses as one reads Pausanias' observation that in the shrine of Hera in Olympia there was a chest (larnax
) dedicated by Cypselus, tyrant of Corinth, showing Pelops driving a chariot with two such winged horses (Description of Greece 5.17.5).
Organogenesis floral en Acnistus arborescens, Dunalia solanacea, Deprea bitteriana, Larnax
glabra and Larnax
hawkesii-- tribu Physaleae (Solanaceae).
Only 3 of the 42 (Inoxell, Larnax
, and Nanogen Recognomics) were liquidated without an exit for the owners/investors, leading to a success rate (independent, trade sale, or initial public offering versus liquidation) of more than 90 percent.
was a significant symbol of exposure, as is indicated by Hesychius' gloss of
WHAT is a larnax
? WHERE in the Republic of Ireland is the town of Kells, famous for its monastery?
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.
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.