Latin Arimaspi (plural), from Greek Arimaspoi, mythical race of one-eyed people in Northern Europe who battled griffins over gold the griffins guarded. The name is said to be Scythian for “one-eyed.” Related: Arimaspian.
a town in ancient Palestine. Matt. 27:57. Historical Examples The striking character of this single appearance of Joseph of Arimathaea led to the rise of numerous legends. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 5 Various When evening came, a man named Joseph of Arimathaea went to see Pilate. The King Nobody Wanted Norman F. […]
a town in ancient Palestine. Matt. 27:57. Historical Examples It represents the dead Christ upon his mother’s lap, with Joseph of arimathea standing by. A History of Art for Beginners and Students Clara Erskine Clement He also attracts the curiosity of Joseph, the only son of a rich merchant of arimathea. Unicorns James Huneker He […]
noun a trade name for anastrozole
ancient name of . Historical Examples And not long afterward Vittigis and his whole army arrived at Ariminum, where they established their camp and began the siege. Procopius Procopius Sempronius Longus, who had hastened from Ariminum to his support. A Smaller History of Rome William Smith and Eugene Lawrence Four hundred bishops of the West, […]