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Greece: see TínosTínos
or Tenos
, island (1991 pop. 7,747), 79 sq mi (204 sq km), SE Greece, in the Aegean Sea; one of the Cyclades. Wine, figs, and wheat are produced on Tínos, and blue-hued marble is quarried.
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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.
Madrid: Tenos. 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.