She married John Tenos
on May 11, 1941, in Virginia.
The evidence from both Olynthos and Tenos is grouped under Finley's category of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.], an extraordinarily complex term that involves interest payments and property put forth as security.
More information about furniture can be found in a well-preserved inscription from Tenos, dated to around 300 B.C.
Tenos: IG XII 5 872 and 873; discussed in Tenos II, pp.
Actes 23 (Tenos
) and Actes 24 (Cyclades) leave this element out.
They were slain by Heracles near the island of Tenos
. Calais traditionally founded Cales in Campania.
. John Paul II 1991a Solicitudo Rei Socialis.
It consists of Cycladic islands--Andros (112), Tenos
(113), Mykonos (115), three cities of Keos (119-122), Amorgos (124), Siphnos (126), and Sikinos (127); cities from the island of Lesbos in the eastern Aegean--Antissa (116) and Eresos (117); a city on Euboia--Hestiaia (114); cities from the Chersonese and Propontis region--Elaious (123) and Selymbria (125); cities on the Thracian coast--Dion (128-129) and Neapolis (130); and a mystery city, that of the Astraiousians (118).
Inscriptions concerning the sale of houses (mainly from 4th-century Olynthos and Tenos
) provide information about the purchase of the property itself, but remain largely silent about the fate of the furniture within.