Salamis

(Cyprus) Ancient city on the east coast of Cyprus, the capital under the early Ptolemies until its harbour silted up about 200 BC, when it was succeeded by Paphos in the southwest
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Salamis

[butterfly] Salamis is a genus of nymphalid butterflies. They are commonly known as Mother-of-Pearls and are found in Africa. The name Salamis was a nymph in Greek mythology, the daughter of the river god Asopus and Metope, daughter of the Ladon, another river god. ==Taxonomy== Protogoniomorpha was viewed as part of Salamis by Ackery et al....
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Salamis

[mythology] Salamis was a nymph in Greek mythology, the daughter of the river god Asopus and Metope, daughter of the Ladon, another river god. She was carried away by Poseidon to the island which was named after her, whereupon she bore the god a son Cychreus who became king of the island. ...
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Salamis

Ancient city on the east coast of Cyprus, the capital under the early Ptolemies until its harbour silted up about 200 BC, when it was succeeded by Paphos in the southwest. ...
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Salamis

island and town, nomós (department) of Attikí, Greece. The island lies in the Saronic Gulf of the Aegean Sea, west of the city of Piraeus. The town ... [2 related articles]
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Salamis

principal city of ancient Cyprus, located on the east coast of the island, north of modern Famagusta. According to the Homeric epics, Salamis was ... [3 related articles]
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Salamis

Salamis (săl'umis) , ancient city on Cyprus, once the principal city. St. Paul visited it on his first missionary journey (Acts 13.5). Excavations there revealed the ruins of a Greek theater; there are also many Roman ruins. At nearby Enkomi, which preceded Salamis as the principal city of...
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Salamis

Salamis, island, E Greece, in the Saronic Gulf, W of Athens. It early belonged to Aegina but was later under Athenian control, except for a brief period after it was occupied (c.600 B.C.) by Megara. In the Persian Wars the allied Greek fleet, led by Themistocles, decisively defeated (480 B.C.) the P...
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Salamis

The Salamis was a British-built Greek destroyer of 1360 tons displacement launched in 1930 as HMS Boreas. She was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; one 3 inch anti-aircraft gun; four 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and four 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in a quad. She was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers with super heaters providing a top spee...
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