Zenobia

[1868 ship] The Zenobia was a merchant schooner ship launched on 21 July 1868, then under captain C. Southwood. On 16 May 1887 the 89 ton vessel sailed from Newport, Monmouthshire carrying coal, and was lost at sea. Parts of the boat were found ashore in Llanelli on 2 June 1887. ...
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Zenobia

[1815 ship] The Zenobia was a merchant ship built of teak in 1815 in Calcutta, India. She was owned by Mackintosh and Company, and purchased by the Indian entrepreneur Dwarkanath Tagore. ==First ship to pass the Torres Straits from westward== Zenobia, under Capt. John Lihou, was reputed to be `the first ship which ever succeeded in passing ...
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Zenobia

(lived 3rd century) Queen of Palmyra AD 266-272. She assumed the crown as regent for her sons, after the death of her husband Odaenathus, and in 272 was defeated at Emesa (now Homs) by Aurelian and...
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Zenobia

queen of the Roman colony of Palmyra, in present-day Syria, from 267 or 268 to 272. She conquered several of Rome`s eastern provinces before she was ... [2 related articles]
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Zenobia

[ballet] The Zenobia Pas de Deux is a ballet made by George Balanchine, subsequently co-founder and founding choreographer of the New York City Ballet for Richard Rodgers`s 1936 musical On Your Toes, in which it was performed under the title La Princesse Zenobia Ballet. Balanchine parodies such Oriental-style ballets as Schéhérazade. The ...
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Zenobia

Zenobia (zinō'bēu) , d. after 272, queen of Palmyra. She was of Arab stock and was the wife of Septimius Odenathus. He was murdered, probably through her contrivance, and she obtained rule of his lands in the name of her son. She expanded the territories further to rule E Asia Minor,...
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Zenobia

Zenobia was the wife of Odaenathus of Palmyra. She lived around the 3rd century and may have murdered her husband in 267 and whom she succeeded as regent for their son. Zenobia occupied Syria, Egypt, and much of Asia Minor before the Roman emperor Aurelian defeated and captured her in 272.
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Zenobia

Queen of Palmyra AD 266–272. She assumed the crown as regent for her sons, after the death of her husband Odaenathus, and in 272 was defeated at Emesa (now Homs) by Aurelian and taken captive to Rome
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Zenobia

Zenobia is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `devoted to Zeus` The name Zenobia is most commonly given to American girls. It is short for: Rosina, Zena What do they use in other countries? Zenna See also: Zenia
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