Indica

Indica is classical Greek and Latin for `of India`. It (therefore) is used to mean various India-related things, including: ==Biology / Taxonomy== If a species originates in India, its scientific name sometimes includes `Indica` ...
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Indica

(from the article `Megasthenes`) ancient Greek historian and diplomat, author of an account of India, the Indica, in four books. An Ionian, he was sent by the Hellenistic king ... [3 related articles]
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Indica

(from the article `Nearchus`) ...embarked on his expedition in 325, when Alexander descended the Indus River to the sea. He chronicled the journey in a detailed narrative, a full ... ...campaigns of Alexander the Great. Entitled Anabasis, presumably in order to recall Xenophon`s work of that title, it describes Alexander`s ... [2 rel...
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Indica

[Ctesias] Indica (Ἰνδικά Indika), is the name of a book by the classical Greek physician Ctesias purporting to describe India. Written in the fifth century BC, it is the first known Greek reference to that distant land. Ctesias was the court physician to king Artaxerxes II of Persia, and the book is not based on his own experiences, ...
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Indica

A species of Cannabis that is usually associated with shorter, squatter plants with short flowering periods and wider fingers on the leaves. Indicas are usually associated with a narcotic body stone.
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Indica

Indica is slang for cannabis.
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