NABIS

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Nabis

(from the article `damsel bug`) Each foreleg of the damsel bug is slightly thickened and has a double row of spines that act as grasping organs when the leg bends. Nabis is one of ...
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Nabis

last ruler (207–192) of an independent Sparta. Nabis carried on the revolutionary tradition of Kings Agis IV and Cleomenes III. Since ancient ... [1 related articles]
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Nabis

group of artists who, through their widely diverse activities, exerted a major influence on the art produced in France during the late 19th century. ... [2 related articles]
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Nabis

[disambiguation] Nabis was the last king of an independent Sparta, reigned 207-192 BCE. Nabis may also refer to: ...
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Nabis

[genus] Nabis is a genus in the Nabidae family of damsel bugs. It contains the following species: ...
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Nabis

Nabis was a native of Sparta in ancient Greece, who made himself tyrant in 207 BC. He attacked Megalopolis and seized Messene in 202 BC. In 201 BC he was defeated by the forces of the Achaean League under Philopoemen and in 192 BC he was assassinated by Alexamenus, a leader of mercenaries.
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Nabis

From the Hebrew word for "prophet." A group of French painters active in the 1890s who worked in a subjective, sometimes mystical style, stressing flat areas of color and pattern. Bonnard and Vuillard were members.
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Nabis

Nabis (Νάβις) was ruler of Sparta from 207 BC to 192 BC, during the years of the First and Second Macedonian Wars and the eponymous `War against Nabis`, i.e. against him. After taking the throne by executing two claimants, he began rebuilding Sparta`s power. During the Second Macedonian War, he sided with King Philip V of Macedon and in re......
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