A structure that bears the archegonia in some liverworts. See more at liverwort.
The seta is short, the capsule being usually raised upon the archegoniophore.
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. Historical Examples Archemorus was killed by a serpent while his foster-mother was showing the soldiers of Adrastus where they might find a fountain. Storyology Benjamin Taylor This is supposed to have formed part of the sepulchre of Archemorus. Ruins of Ancient Cities (Vol. II of II) Charles Bucke Description of the obsequies of Archemorus, […]
archelaus ruler of the people, son of Herod the Great, by Malthace, a Samaritan woman. He was educated along with his brother Antipas at Rome. He inherited from his father a third part of his kingdom viz., Idumea, Judea, and Samaria, and hence is called “king” (Matt. 2:22). It was for fear of him that […]
variant of : Archeozoic.
. the branch of archaeology that deals with the apparent use by prehistoric civilizations of astronomical techniques to establish the seasons or the cycle of the year, especially as evidenced in the construction of megaliths and other ritual structures. noun the scientific study of the beliefs and practices concerning astronomy that existed in ancient and […]