Minerva

[Norwegian periodical] Minerva is a Norwegian liberal conservative periodical that started publishing in 1924. It was started by members of the Conservative Students` association in Oslo. In {CURRENTYEAR}, Nils August Andresen is executive editor, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen editor on society, Kristian Meisingset on culture and Fredrik Gierløff...
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[1864] The Minerva was a ship that was possibly wrecked on the Auckland Islands on 10 May 1864. James Teer, a survivor of the shipwreck of the General Grant recorded that in April 1867 the survivors found a stave on the mainland on a point inside Enderby Island. On the stave was written in charcoal Minerva - 4 men, 1 officer - Leith - May 1...
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Minerva

[archaeology journal] Minerva, The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology, publishes features on exhibitions, excavations and museums, interviews, travelogues, auction reports, news items and book reviews. Founded in 1990 by Dr Jerome Eisenberg, Minerva is now the leading international journal covering ancient art and archaeolo...
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Minerva

[magazine] Minerva is a magazine started in 1993 containing articles on historical and artistic topics related to the Swansea area of Wales. It is published by The Royal Institution of South Wales, founded in 1835 as Swansea Philosophical and Literary Society. Its aims are to advance the study of natural history, local history, the arts and...
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Minerva

[Internet celebrity] Minerva (미네르바) is the Internet username of a `netizen` who wrote about the Korean economy and the economic policies of the Korean government. Minerva`s writing evoked the ire of the Korean government, when an entry precipitated a run on the South Korean won. Prosecutors arrested a man they claim to be Minerva, P...
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HMS Minerva was a British unarmed coastal minelayer of 535 tons displacement launched in 1915. HMS Minerva had a top speed of 10 knots and carried a complement of 52 and 52 mines. HMS Minerva was scheduled for disposal in 1940.
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Minerva

[cable system] The MINERVA cable system is a submarine telecommunications cable system connecting Italy with Cyprus. It has cable landing points at: Pentaskhinos connects to Catania by adding a submarine branching unit and a new segment to the existing MedNautilus system, and Yeroskipou connects to Mazara del Vallo by upgrading the relevant...
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Minerva

goddess of intellectual thought and academic activities; brought to Rome by Numa; identified with Athena.
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Minerva

[n] - (Roman mythology) goddess of wisdom
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Minerva

In Roman mythology, the goddess of wisdom and war, and of handicrafts and the arts, equivalent to the Greek Athena. From the earliest days of ancient Rome, there was a temple to her on the...
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Minerva

Series of 4x2 armoured cars, 1914-1919 [BE]
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Minerva

Mi·ner'va noun [ Latin ] (Rom. Myth.) The goddess of wisdom, of war, of the arts and sciences, of poetry, and of spinning and weaving; -- identified with the Grecian Pallas Athene.
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Minerva

noun (Roman mythology) goddess of wisdom; counterpart of Greek Athena
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Minerva

• (n.) The goddess of wisdom, of war, of the arts and sciences, of poetry, and of spinning and weaving; -- identified with the Grecian Pallas Athene.
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Minerva

(from the article `automobile`) ...Delahaye, Hotchkiss, Talbot (Darracq), and Voisin of France; the Duesenberg, Cadillac, Packard, and Pierce-Arrow of the United States; the Horch, ...
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MINERVA

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) ...above the asteroid, which is only 600 m (about 2,000 ft) long, and mapped its surface in preparation for several descents to collect surface ...
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Minerva

in Roman religion, the goddess of handicrafts, the professions, the arts, and, later, war; she was commonly identified with the Greek Athena. Some ... [3 related articles]
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Minerva

Minerva is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Minerva

Minerva (minûr'vu) , in Roman religion, goddess of handicrafts and the arts. Probably of Etruscan origin, she was worshiped in various parts of ancient Rome, most notably with Jupiter and Juno in the great Capitoline temple. Her temple on the Aventine Hill was a meeting place for skilled ar...
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Minerva

Minerva was the Roman goddess of wisdom, war and the liberal arts. She was said to have been born fully grown and armed, from the brain of Jupiter - hence she is refered to as a daughter of Jupiter. She equates to the Greek goddess Athenea. She was looked upon as the patroness of all arts and trades, and her annual festival, called Quinquatrus, las...
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Minerva

In Roman mythology, the goddess of wisdom and war, and of handicrafts and the arts, equivalent to the Greek Athena. From the earliest days of ancient Rome, there was a temple to her on the Capitoline Hill, near the Temple of Jupiter
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MINERVA

The MInisterial NEtwoRk for Valorising Activities in digitisation, or MINERVA, is a European Union organization concerned with the digitisation of cultural and scientific content. ...
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[video game] Minerva (stylized as MINERVA) is an episodic series of single-player mods for Valve Corporation`s Half-Life 2. The mod was created by Adam Foster. Installments are released as each is finalized: the three releases for the Metastasis chapter have already been made, with the third installment released on October 1, 2007. The plot...
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[property firm] Minerva plc is a London based British developer and property company co-founded by Sir David Garrard and Andrew Rosenfeld. Garrard and Rosenfeld took the company public in 1996 and have now left the business. Minerva is involved in several major projects, including the proposed Minerva Building and The Walbrook in the City o...
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Minerva

[automobile] The Minerva was a prominent Belgian luxury automobile manufactured from 1902 until 1938. The company became defunct in 1956. ==History== In 1883, a young Dutchman, Sylvain de Jong (1868–1928) settled in Antwerp, Belgium. ===Bicycles and motorcycles=== Minerva started out manufacturing standard safety bicycles in 1897, before ...
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