Schoenus

A schoenus (Latin) or schoinos (Greek) is a historical unit of itinerant distance once common throughout the Mediterranean. The Greeks, who adopted it from the Egyptians, considered the schoinos (`rope`, plural schoenii) equal to 40 stades. But neither the schoinos nor the stadion had an absolute value, and there were several regional variants o.....
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Schoenus

(from the article `Cyperaceae`) ...and Fimbristylis, Eleocharis (spike rushes), and Scleria (nut rushes), each with about 200 species. Other large genera are Bulbostylis, with ...
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Schoenus

[mythology] Schoenus (Σχοῖνος), is an Ancient Greek city in Boeotia, located East of Thebes. Schoenus was part of Thersander`s kingdom and is mentioned by Homer in the Catalogue of Ships. ...
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