Artemisia II: Artemisia II, sister and wife of King Mausolus (reigned 377/376-353/352) of Caria, in southwestern Anatolia, and sole ruler for about three years after the king's death. She built for her husband, in his capital at Halicarnassus (modern Bodrum, Turkey), the tomb called the Mausoleum, which wa Artemisia I of Caria (Ancient Greek: Ἀρτεμισία; fl. 480 BC) was a Greek queen of the ancient Greek city-state of Halicarnassus and of the nearby islands of Kos, Nisyros and Kalymnos, within the Achaemenid satrapy of Caria, in about 480 BC Artemisia II (c. 395-351 bce)Carian daughter of Hekatomnus, who was a devoted wife, co-ruler, and the primary patron behind the construction of the Mausoleum—one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world
Artemisia II of Caria. Artemisia II of Caria (Greek: Ἀρτεμισία; died 350 BC) was a naval strategist, commander and the sister (and later spouse) and the successor of Mausolus, ruler of Caria. Mausolus was a satrap of the Achaemenid Empire, yet enjoyed the status of king or dynast of the Hecatomnid dynasty. After the death of her. -General Notes- PM me if you have any questions about my sales, studs, etc, or just any general questions you may have. I'm not a very chatty and social lion here, but if you want to start chattin, I'm totes up to it ^ Artemisia of Caria (also known as Artemisia I) was the queen of the Anatolian region of Caria (south of ancient Lydia, in modern-day Turkey).She is most famous for her role in the naval Battle of Salamis in 480 BCE in which she fought for the Persians and distinguished herself both for her conduct in battle and for the advice she gave the Persian king Xerxes prior to the onset of the engagement
The Picnic - the second song from a seven-movement song-cycle, Artemisia - music by Paul Ayres, words by Sue Powell - recording of live performance by Clare. Artemisia was a daughter of Hecatomnus, the founder of the Hecatomnid house that had ruled Caria since the beginning of the fourth century. She was married to her brother Maussolus , who had benefited from the fact that his Persian overlord, the Achaemenid king Artaxerxes II Mnemon , had been involved in a war against the Cadusians, and his.
, but the alabaster jar is inscribed with the signature of Xerxes I, in Old Persian, Egyptian, Babylonian, and Elamite The sister and wife of the famous King Mausolus, Artemisia II became sole ruler of Caria after his death. As a tribute to her late husband, she commissioned the splendid Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Artemisia was also known as a botanist and medical. Artemisia II of Caria's wiki: Artemisia II ofCaria (Greek: Ἀρτεμισία; died 350 BCE) was a naval strategist, commander and the sister, the wife, and the successor of Mausolus, ruler of Caria, the Persian satrap; Mausolus enjoyed the status of king or dynast of the Hecatomnid dynasty Queen of Caria. She ruled Caria, a city state in modern Turkey, from 352BC to 350 BC following the death of her husband, King Maussolus. She continued his policy of supporting the Oligarchs of Rhodes, but is most famous for the extreme grief she displayed at his death
Media in category Artemisia II The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total Artemisia era la figlia maggiore di Ecatomno, satrapo della Caria sotto il governo persiano. Non conosciamo la sua data di nascita, ma probabilmente nacque intorno al 395 a.C. Secondo un costume della famiglia reale caria (che potrebbe riflettere un antico matriarcato), sposò il fratello maggiore Mausolo; anche la sorella minore, Ada, sposò un altro fratello, Idrieo xda-developers OEM Cross-Device Development Sony Cross-Device General [MOD][XPERIA][LP][PDesire]Project XperiVision - Artemisia II by BlackSoulxxx XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers dewiki Artemisia II. elwiki Αρτεμισία Β΄ της Καρίας; enwiki Artemisia II of Caria; eswiki Artemisia II de Caria; frwiki Artémise II; hewiki ארטמיסיה השנייה; hrwiki Artemizija II. itwiki Artemisia II; kowiki 아르테미시아 2세; nlwiki Artemisia II; nowiki Artemisia II av Karia; plwiki Artemizja II; ptwiki.
Artemisia II of Caria (Greek: Ἀρτεμισία; died 350 BCE) was the sister, the wife, and the successor of Mausolus, ruler of Caria, who was nominally the Persian satrap; Mausolus enjoyed the status of king or dynast of the Hecatomnid dynasty. After the death of her brother/husband, she reigned for two years, from 353 to 351 BCE According to Pliny, the plant genus Artemisia was named after Queen Artemisia II of Caria, who was also a botanist and medical researcher. The anti-malarial drug Artemisinin, extracted from the plant variety Artemisia annua, is also derived from the name of Queen Artemisia II of Caria
Artemisia II of Caria (d.351 BCE) is sometime confused with Artemisia I of Caria. But while the first Artemisia fought in the navy of the Persian king Xerxes, most notably at the Battle of Salamis, the second was responsible for the building of the famous Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Artemisia II of Caria ( Greek : Ἀρτεμισία; died 350 BCE) was a naval strategist, commander and the sister, the wife , and the successor of Mausolus , ruler of Caria , who was nominally the Persian satrap ; Mausolus enjoyed the status of king or dynast of the Hecatomnid dynasty Artemisia II apoyó a los oligarcas rodios, lo que hoy llamaríamos la derecha, y consiguió con su dinero y flota que siguieran en el poder. En su época, la isla se consideraba bajo su total dominio Colossal statues of a man and a woman from the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, traditionally identified as Mausolus and Artemisia II, around 350 BCE.(British Museum, Londo Artemisia II of Caria was the sister, the wife, and the successor of Mausolus, ruler of Caria, who was nominally the Persian satrap; Mausolus enjoyed the status of king or dynast of the Hecatomnid dynasty. After the death of her brother/husband, she reigned for two years, from 353 to 351 BCE
Like her namesake, Artemisia II,† she ruled the Carian city of Halicarnassus and the nearby islands of Cos, Calymnos, and Nisyros as a vassal of the Persian Empire. She commanded five ships on the Persian side at the Battle of Salamis—a battle the Persians lost in large part because Xerxes ignored her advice THE LEAGUE FROM THE INSIDE (II): The players celebrating the title at the Vicente Calderó
Colossal statues of a man and a woman from the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos, traditionally identified as Maussollos and Artemisia II, around 350 BC, British Museum (17301758638).jpg 4,928 × 3,264; 13.15 M Artemisia, named after the Goddess Artemis, sister of Apollo, is the only woman Herodotus attributes with the virtue of courage, or andreia, an almost impossible quality for a woman to possess. Mausolus embraced Hellenic culture. He is best known for the monumental shrine, the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, erected and named for him by order of his widow (who was also his sister) Artemisia. Antipater of Sidon listed the Mausoleum as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World As the man who refounded Halicarnassus, Mausolus was entitled to receive cultic honours and a tomb on the central square of his city, in accordance with Greek custom. The person in charge of this project was Mausolus' grieving widow, Artemisia II, who, incidentally, was also his sister. Statue of Mausolus at the British Museum, 2012
Artemisia I of Caria (Ancient Greek: Ἀρτεμισία ; fl. 480 BC) was a queen of the Achaemenid Persian satrapy province of Caria, mostly known through the writings of Herodotus for taking the side of the Persian king Xerxes during the Greco-Persian wars >Mausolus, ruler of Caria (an ancient district of Anatolia), in whose memory his widow, Artemisia II, raised a splendid tomb at Halicarnassus (c. 353- c. 350 bce; modern Bodrum, Turkey). The Mausoleum is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Some remains o Artemísia II de Cária (em em grego: Aρτεμισία; 350 a.C.) era a irmã, esposa e sucessora do príncipe cariano Mausolo.Ela era filha de Hecatômno.A administração foi conduzida nos mesmos princípios como a de seu marido, donde ela suportou a reunião oligárquica na ilha de Rodes
Directed by Noam Murro. With Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Lena Headey, Hans Matheson. Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy - She was the sister, wife and successor of the Carian prince Mausolus. 352 BC - 350 BC - She was daughter of Hecatomnus, and after the death of her husband she reigned for two years Note: This electronic record was created from historic documentation that does not necessarily reflect the Yale University Art Gallery's complete or current knowledge about the object Artemisia II of Caria (in Greek, Ἀρτεμισία; d. 350 BC) was a sister, the wife and the successor of the king Mausolus.She was a daughter of Hecatomnus, and after the death of her husband she reigned for two years, from 352 to 350 BC The name for the genus likely honors Artemisia II of Caria, a botanist and medical researcher who died in 350 BC but whose name came from the Greek goddess Artemis, whom the Romans called Diana. We first started growing this great plant in 1989
Find the perfect artemisia ii stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now Find the perfect artemisia ii of caria stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now He mentions that in 480 BCE, when the Persian king Xerxes invaded Greece, queen Artemisia of Halicarnassus, commanded five ships from her small state, which included her Graeco-Carian capital and Cos, Nisyros, and Calydna. note.] This latter town is not to be confused with Calynda, a nearby city that was ruled by king Damasitheus Artemisia's grandson, Lygdamis II (Λύγδαμις Β'), was the satrap of Halicarnassus when Herodotus was exiled from there and the poet Panyasis (Πανύασις) was sentenced to death, after the unsuccessful uprising against him. The name Artemisia derives from Artemis (n, f.
Artemisia II of Caria topic. Artemisia II of Caria ( Greek : Ἀρτεμισία; died 350 BCE) was the sister, the wife , and the successor of Mausolus , ruler of Caria , who was nominally the Persian satrap ; Mausolus enjoyed the status of king or dynast of the Hecatomnid dynasty Of course, the classical model for inconsolable widows was not the virgin goddess Artemis but Artemisia, specifically Artemisia II of Caria, who built one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Mausoleum, as a tomb for her husband (and brother) Mausolus Nevertheless Artemisia was a resolute, courageous, and heroic woman with great presence of mind and pragmatism, and one of the wisest advisers to Xerxes (Herodotus, 7.99.3), whereas she was for fifth-century Greeks the historical reincarnation of the mythical Amazon (Munson, 2001, p. 255; cf. Aristophanes, Lysistrata 671ff.)
Weed of the Month: Mugwort By Saara Nafici | June 13, 2014 Leafing out in silvery-green abundance, mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) appears in vacant lots and at roadsides and park edges around this time of year. This hardy member of the aster family thrives in these disturbed areas and easily withstands attempts to yank it out Deve-se notar, no entanto, parece que escritores posteriores na Artemisia confunde algumas de suas façanhas com aqueles de Artemisia II, a esposa do rei Mausolus de Halicarnasso (falecido em 350 A.C.) que, entre outras realizações, encomendou o mausoléu de Halicarnasso, um as antigo sete maravilhas do mundo The Tomb of Mausolus, Mausoleum of Mausolus or Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (in Greek, Μαυσωλεῖον της Ἁλικαρνασσοῦ ) was a tomb built between 353 and 350 BC at Halicarnassus (present Bodrum, Turkey) for Mausolus, a satrap in the Persian Empire, and Artemisia II of Caria, his wife and sister
Fue la primera mujer en ingresar a la Academia de Dibujo de Florencia y se relacionó con los más respetados artistas de su época. Tuvo gran reconocimiento y luchó con determinación para imponerse con su arte, sus pinturas y sus retratos de heroínas bíblicas y valientes Artemisia II of Caria (About 350 BC) The wife (and sister) of King Mausolus; she is known in history for her bizarre way of grieving from her husband's death and to memorialize him she had the Mausoleum of Mausolus built, that is known today as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Artemisia Gentileschi (1593 - 1653 Artemisia II was the sister and wife of Mausollos, Satrap of Caria. Upon the death of her father Hekatonos in 377, the residence moved from Mylasa to Halicarnassus. Mausollos became ruler of Caria and his sister/wife was made coregent. Having no children, Artemisia II ruled Caria for two years 353/352 until 351/350 alone The etymology of the genus is uncertain, after some authors it should come from Artemisia II, wife of Mausolos, ruler of Caria, after others it is more likely that it may refer to Artemis, goddess of the hunt, after others from the Greek word artemos, healthy, with reference to the beneficial properties of many species of Artemisia During Artemisia's rape trial, midwives physically examined her in front of a judge to see if she was still a virgin. was most likely made for Cosimo II de' Medici, the Grand Duke of.
Artemisia arborescens is native to rocky areas along the coasts of Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and Greece. The name for the genus likely honors Artemisia II of Caria, a botanist and medical researcher who died in 350 BC but whose name came from the Greek goddess Artemis, whom the Romans called Diana Segundo Heródoto, Artemisia era halicarnassiana por parte de pai, e cretense por parte de mãe. Ela passou a governar a Cária após a morte de seu esposo, que era cliente dos persas. Apesar de suas origens gregas, participou da segunda invasão persa liderada por Xerxes I, inclusive oferecendo bons conselhos ao rei Artemisia vulgaris L. (artemisia comune, amarella, assenzio selvatico) è diffusa nelle aree temperate di Europa, Asia e Nord Africa; si è naturalizzata in Nord America. E' una perenne cespitosa con steli eretti e foglie aromatiche lobate, lunghe fino a 10 cm, glabre nella pagina superiore, lanuginose in quella inferiore
Artemisia II of Caria was, in part, the inspiration for Bianca Torok (THE TURNING OF NICK TOROK) More information Find this Pin and more on Strong Women Who Chose to Lead Not Follow by D.B. Woodling, Author It should be noted that some of the deeds of Artemisia II are sometimes assigned to Artemisia I. It is generally agreed upon that Artemisia I's fame ends here, and Artemisia II has her own set of illustrious accomplishments Stream Milo Dahlmann: Båten Artemisia II ｜ På Kryss-podden by På Kryss from desktop or your mobile devic four of the songs (I, III, V, VI) were first performed by Lina Markeby and the British Camerata, conducted by Julian Perkins, November 2006. the complete set of seven songs was first performed by Clare McCaldin, June 201
The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, also referred to as Tomb of Mausolus, was an ancient tomb located in the city of Halicarnassus (present name Bodrum) in Turkey. It was built between 353 and 350 BC for the Persian Satrap Mausolus and his sister-wife Artemisia II as it was the custom of the Caria rulers to marry their own sisters The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus or Tomb of Mausolus was a tomb built between 353 and 350 BC at Halicarnassus (present Bodrum, Turkey) for Mausolus, a satrap in the Persian Empire, and Artemisia II of Caria, his wife and sister. The structure was designed by the Greek architects Satyros and Pythis Grand Admiral Artemisia wanted a very high position and command in Persian CourtHouse to establish her absolute power and authority in the Persian Achaemenid Court. Well, Persian Empire being the only Super Power in the known world back then, she wanted to be an important part of it! Artemisia saw life as a large battlefield
. The Mausoleum was nearly 148 feet (45 meters) high, and was adorned with various sculptural reliefs Circa 353-50 Queen Artemisia II of Caria, Rodhos and Harlikarnassos (Turkey). Also Satrap of Asia Minor or Vice-Reine of the Persian King. Circa 377-53 she had been co-ruler with her husband and brother, King Mausolos of Caria and Rodhos, who died 353 There have been different versions of seven wonders of the world over the past two and a half millenniums. However, the original seven wonders of the world are most noteworthy as they were constructed in an era that was devoid of modern engineering techniques The Mausoleum of Maussollos (or Mausoleum of Halicarnassus) was a tomb built between 353 and 350 B.C.E. at Halicarnassus (present Bodrum, Turkey) for Maussollos, a governor in the Persian Empire, and Artemisia II of Caria, his wife and sister. The structure was designed by the Greek architects Satyrus and Pythis
Moved Permanently. The document has moved here Persian Empire, and his wife Artemisia II of Caria. The structure was designed by Greek architects. It was decorated with statues of people and animals. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were built in the ancient city-state of Baby-lon, near present-day Al Hillah, Babil, in Iraq. The gardens were built by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus was once a monument of beauty, but is now the building blocks of construction. The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus was a tomb located in modern day Bodrum in south-west Turkey, in western Asia, which was built on a hill overlooking Halicarnassus, and made of marble and other stone Buy Nature's Sunshine Artemisia Combination 100 Capsules (Pack of 2) on Amazon.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified order The name artemisia ultimately derives from the Greek goddess Artemis (Roman Diana), the namesake of Greek Queens Artemisia I and II. A more specific reference may be to Artemisia II of Caria, a botanist and medical researcher who died in 350 B