агораном

English translation: agoranome

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Russian term or phrase:агораном
English translation:agoranome
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11:53 Aug 28, 2001
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Russian term or phrase: агораном
Археологические материалы подтверждают существование в Нимфее культа Диониса: это граффити, терракотовые статуэтки, изображающие Диониса и его спутников, изображение виноградной лозы на нимфейских монетах и свинцовой гире коллегии агораномов.
Alexander Alexandrov
Russian Federation
Local time: 01:34
agoranome
Explanation:
First of all, the occupation of Knidos after the Apamean peace is taken as something incontestable, although there are other points of view, for example, that Knidos was merely dependent upon Rhodes,[18] or was wholly independent.[19] There are insufficient [p257] grounds for the comparison of the phrourarchs in Knidos and in Priene, since in the latter case the restriction of the term of their activity was dictated by extraordinary circumstances, and the phrourarchs themselves at that time (together with the subordinate garrison) did not have the right to leave the fortress or to enter the town.[20] It is all the more doubtful that foreigners could have undertaken the duties of phrourarch.[21] Finally it is known that in Ptolemaic Egypt (in whose domain in the 3c BC Knidos found itself)[22] in the last third of 3c BC the functions of strategos and phrourarchos were extended to include legal and police powers,[23] approaching the duties of the agoranomes and astynomes.


The supplies for this ample trade was extent from the suitable relations with the local aristocracy to fruitful contacts with the chiefs and merchants in the North of Danube.On the other side, on the way Tomis-Axiopolis and, from here, to the interior of Dacia, the Greek goods could penetrate. All these bring an important payment to the town as we can ascertain, in this period, a lot of public and private buildings, paved streets, aqueducts and so on. Tomis certain prosperity is also testified by its currency. Though the Getians coexisted with the Greek, in adequate way of life, Tomis imitated the Greek traditional polis, the leaders being the council and the people assembly (boule kai demos ); the ordinary activity was supervised by special clercks: archonts, agoranomes, strategei, oikonomes.Like at Histria, Apollo was the protective divinity. Besides, there were also venerated: Poseidon, Hermes, the Dioscures, Demetra, Dionysos. The Thracian-Dacian cults interwove with the Greek cults and these interferences gave birth to specific divinities like The Great God at Histria, the Thracian Derzelas having a multitude of qualities in the area, or the Thracian Cavalry.

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na +1agoranome
Vidmantas Stilius
naagoranomos
Natalie
naagoranome
Alexander Onishko
naAgronomist
1964


  

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44 mins
Agronomist


Explanation:
In my opinion

1964
Turkey
Local time: 01:34
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
PRO pts in pair: 3

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agree  Natalie: Dear Tayfun, I admire your answers !!! Thanks for your optimism and quick wit!!!
8 mins
  -> In Archeology also foodstuff remnats are examined but that seams from Greek "agora" root. Perhaps so quick!! Answer

disagree  Alexander Onishko: э внимательнее читайте текст :) - там же написано не агроном а агОроном
42 mins
  -> da, no ya pical sto ya ni videl
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agoranome


Explanation:
First of all, the occupation of Knidos after the Apamean peace is taken as something incontestable, although there are other points of view, for example, that Knidos was merely dependent upon Rhodes,[18] or was wholly independent.[19] There are insufficient [p257] grounds for the comparison of the phrourarchs in Knidos and in Priene, since in the latter case the restriction of the term of their activity was dictated by extraordinary circumstances, and the phrourarchs themselves at that time (together with the subordinate garrison) did not have the right to leave the fortress or to enter the town.[20] It is all the more doubtful that foreigners could have undertaken the duties of phrourarch.[21] Finally it is known that in Ptolemaic Egypt (in whose domain in the 3c BC Knidos found itself)[22] in the last third of 3c BC the functions of strategos and phrourarchos were extended to include legal and police powers,[23] approaching the duties of the agoranomes and astynomes.


The supplies for this ample trade was extent from the suitable relations with the local aristocracy to fruitful contacts with the chiefs and merchants in the North of Danube.On the other side, on the way Tomis-Axiopolis and, from here, to the interior of Dacia, the Greek goods could penetrate. All these bring an important payment to the town as we can ascertain, in this period, a lot of public and private buildings, paved streets, aqueducts and so on. Tomis certain prosperity is also testified by its currency. Though the Getians coexisted with the Greek, in adequate way of life, Tomis imitated the Greek traditional polis, the leaders being the council and the people assembly (boule kai demos ); the ordinary activity was supervised by special clercks: archonts, agoranomes, strategei, oikonomes.Like at Histria, Apollo was the protective divinity. Besides, there were also venerated: Poseidon, Hermes, the Dioscures, Demetra, Dionysos. The Thracian-Dacian cults interwove with the Greek cults and these interferences gave birth to specific divinities like The Great God at Histria, the Thracian Derzelas having a multitude of qualities in the area, or the Thracian Cavalry.




    Reference: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/amphoras/trans/nve-knid.htm
    www.cjc.ro/engleza/ct_eng.html -
Vidmantas Stilius
Local time: 01:34
Native speaker of: Native in LithuanianLithuanian
PRO pts in pair: 118
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agree  Rostov: RE: http://www.epas.utoronto.ca/amphoras/trans/vik-eps.htm
2 hrs
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1 hr
agoranome


Explanation:
1)Two dies with the name of the agoranome Apollonidas, which produced figured flat impressions, should be recognised as the original creative work of one particular die-cutter.

http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/amphoras/trans/vik-eps.htm

2)http://www.find11.com/words/a/ag/

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    Reference: http://www.moscow-crimea.ru/history/obshie/dictionary/1.html
    Reference: http://raybinin.newmail.ru/krossword/history/iant6.htm
Alexander Onishko
Local time: 01:34
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian, Native in UkrainianUkrainian
PRO pts in pair: 2355
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1 hr
agoranomos


Explanation:
The officer of the agora, elected for one year, was called agoranomos and he was accepted as one of the two top officers in Assos ...
www.kultur.gov.tr/english/yeni/ckale/assos-gym-agora.html

In ancient Greece agoranomos served to regulate the markets and to protect the public interest. In ...
les.man.ac.uk/IPA/papers/21.pdf




Natalie
Poland
Local time: 00:34
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in pair: 3988
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