Roxana

(from the article `Alabaster, William`) English poet, mystic, and scholar in Latin and Hebrew, author of a Latin tragedy, Roxana (1597, published 1632), which the 18th-century critic Samuel ...
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Roxana

(from the article `English literature`) ...powers of self-projection into a situation of which Defoe can only have had experience through the narrations of others, and both Moll Flanders ...
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Roxana

Roxana (roksăn'u) or Roxane (–săn'ē) , d. 311 B.C., wife of Alexander the Great. She was the daughter of Oxyartes, a Bactrian baron, and Alexander married her (327) to consolidate his power in Persia. She and Alexander's posthumous son, Alexander IV, were, after Alexa...
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Roxana

Roxana is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `bright, dawn` The name Roxana is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Rox?Roxx The name sounds like: Rexana, Roxanna, Roxann, Roxane Similar names are: Rosana, Rexina, Rexanna, Rosina, Rozina, Rosena, Rozanna, Rossana, Rosanna, Roxyanna, Roxine, Roxiane, Roxene...
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Roxana

wife of Alexander the Great. The daughter of the Bactrian chief Oxyartes, she was captured and married by Alexander in 327, during his conquest of ... [3 related articles]
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