Samian


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Samian

a native or inhabitant of Samos
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Samian, Ismail and Muslim (2016) have explored cow as symbol of stupidity in Malay proverbs and same is the case with Urdu proverbs.
They include a small bronze brooch from one of the graves, dating from the end of the Roman period, fragments of Samian pottery which would have been imported from Gaul (modern day France), a brooch clasp and a fragment of roofing tile which suggests that there were buildings nearby.
They include a small bronze brooch dating from the end of the Roman period and fragments of Samian pottery.
(37) She is also said to have questioned publicly Pericles' leadership during the Samian War at the annual funeral oration (Plutarch, Per.
Matt Waters discusses the Samian revolt of 440-430.
The subject is Roman Samian ware and other Roman pottery.
Once finished the Darlington headquarters, which is also on the Faverdale industrial estate on the nearby Samian Way, will cover 40,000sq ft and is expected to be completed in August.
Among them are Romano-British pottery, mortaria, samian pottery, charred plant remains and charred wood remains, and ceramic building material and daub.
The 'Abbasid sovereignty operated their naval force from Taurus whereas the Byzantines were based in the port of Cibyrrhaeot and Samian (Fahmy, A.M., 1966).