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Under the terms of the agreement, Scythian will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of MMJ by way of a three-cornered amalgamation whereby MMJ will amalgamate with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company.
The ancient Greeks wrote about women in pants, noting that their enemies the Scythians were such "barbarians" that their women fought right alongside the men, wearing trousers.
Rostov-on-Don: Rostov-on-Don is a city in southern Russia known for the ancient indigenous inhabitants included the Scythian, Sarmat, and Savromat tribes.
Other topics include a bird's eye view of ritual at the Cahokia site, Scythian and Celtic animal exploitation in Iron Age northeastern Hungary, the adoption and use of domestic animals at Zuni, evidence from zooarchaological remains for the Romanizing of ancient Carthage, animal amulets and ornaments in power and magic, birds and animals in ancient Armenian art, and the composition and interpretation of associated bone groups from Wessex.
The Antic settlement was directly linked to the defense of the northern part of the Scythian limes and this area constituted a "sector of responsibility" for the Antes, both for the border Byzantine forts and the road network of Scythia Minor.
Plaque with a Scythian horseman, late 5th--4th century BC, Kul'Oba, northern Black Sea region, gold, length 5cm.
A picture of night formed part of the opening piece of this end-of season concert, Prokofiev's Scythian Suite.
After a spirited exhortation, pleading with the Colossians to "put to death" all earthly drives and attachments, Paul ends with an emphatic declaration: Here "there is no longer Greek and Jew, circumcised and uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave and free; but Christ is all and in all!"
Positioned on each side was an animal guard inspired by Scythian sculpture and carved out of wood.
(1) Her most recent of these books, The Amazons: Lives and Legends of Warrior Women across the Ancient World, seeks to prove that "Amazons were Scythian women--and the Greeks understood this" (12).
12, Who invented trousers?, is considered as the essential dress of the mounted, nomadic culture, Sako- Scythian, which Mayor connected to the historical Amazon peoples.