Holmi

Holmi or Holmoi (Ancient Greek: Ὅλμοι), or Holmia,[1] also possibly called Hermia, was a town of Cilicia Tracheia, a little to the south-west of Seleucia ad Calycadnum; during the period after Alexander the Great its inhabitants were transferred to form the population of the neighbouring Seleuceia.[2][3] The Periplus of Pseudo-Scylax (c. 340-330 BCE) describes it as deserted.

Its site is located near Taşucu in Asiatic Turkey.[4][5]

References

  1. ^ Pliny. Naturalis Historia. 5.22.
  2. ^ Strabo. Geographica. xiv. p.670. Page numbers refer to those of Isaac Casaubon's edition.
  3. ^ Stephanus of Byzantium. Ethnica. s.v.
  4. ^ Richard Talbert, ed. (2000). Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. Princeton University Press. p. 66, and directory notes accompanying.
  5. ^ Lund University. Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire.

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainSmith, William, ed. (1854–1857). "Holmi". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography. London: John Murray.

Coordinates: 36°19′13″N 33°52′51″E / 36.3202°N 33.88097°E

Arslan Eyce Private Amphora Museum

Arslan Eyce Private Amphora Museum, also known as Taşucu Amphora Museum, (Turkish: Arslan Eyce Özel Amphora Müzesi) is a maritime archaeology museum dedicated to amphora in Taşucu, southern Turkey.

Taşucu, known as Holmi in the antiquity, at 36°19′03″N 33°52′40″E is a seaside town in Silifke İlçe (district) of Mersin Province. Formerly, it was an important port. The museum is located in an 19th-century building on the İsmet İnönü Boulevard, which was originally a storage building. The building now is a property of the museum foundation. Arslan Eyce, a citizen of Silifke, spent 40 years in collecting ancient amphorae mostly from shipwrecks. In 1997, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (Turkey) took over the collection. After maintenance, the museum was officially opened in 2003.There are 400 amphorae in the museum. The exhibited amphorae span a long time from 3200 BC to 1800 AD.

Attagenus

Attagenus is a genus of beetles. This genus is found in tropical Africa, the Palearctic including Europe, the Near East, the Nearctic, North Africa and East Asia. There are nearly 200 species.Species include:

Attagenus abbreviatus Heer, 1856

Attagenus aboriginalis Wickham, 1913

Attagenus addendus J. Sahlberg, 1903

Attagenus adspersus Blanchard, 1843

Attagenus aeneus Roth, 1851

Attagenus afghanus Háva, 2000

Attagenus africanus Mroczkowski, 1958

Attagenus albofasciatus Dahl, 1823

Attagenus albonotatus Pic, 1927

Attagenus ambericus Háva & Prokop, 2004

Attagenus antennatus Laporte, 1840

Attagenus anthrenoides Wollaston, 1864

Attagenus apicalis Pic, 1942

Attagenus apicebrunneus Kalík, 1955

Attagenus arboreus Zhantiev, 2007

Attagenus arcuatefasciatus Pic, 1951

Attagenus aristidis Pic, 1894

Attagenus asmaranus Pic, 1942

Attagenus assuanensis Pic, 1899

Attagenus astacurus Peyerimhoff, 1931

Attagenus atricolor Pic, 1931

Attagenus atripennis Pic, 1938

Attagenus attenuatus Pic, 1894

Attagenus augustatus Ballion, 1871

Attagenus aurantiacus Reitter, 1900

Attagenus aurofasciatus Háva, 2005

Attagenus australis Montrouzier, 1860

Attagenus barbieri Pic, 1946

Attagenus basalis Pic, 1928

Attagenus basimaculatus Pic, 1952

Attagenus beali Zhantiev, 2005

Attagenus bezdeki Háva & Kadej, 2007

Attagenus bicolor Dejean, 1821

Attagenus bicolor Harold, 1868

Attagenus bifasciatus Olivier, 1790

Attagenus birmanicus Arrow, 1915

Attagenus biskrensis Pic, 1904

Attagenus brittoni Kalík, 1954

Attagenus brunneonotatus Pic, 1894

Attagenus brunneopunctatus Pic, 1893

Attagenus brunnescens Pic, 1904

Attagenus brunneus Faldermann, 1835

Attagenus calabricus Reitter, 1881

Attagenus capensis Dejean, 1837

Attagenus capensis Reitter, 1881

Attagenus caracal Zhantiev, 1963

Attagenus cayennensis Dejean, 1821

Attagenus chakouri Pic, 1907

Attagenus cinereus Thunberg, 1815

Attagenus civetta Mulsant & Rey, 1868

Attagenus conradsi Pic, 1951

Attagenus coquereli Mulsant & Rey, 1868

Attagenus cuneatus Zhantiev, 2007

Attagenus curvicornis J. Sahlberg, 1913

Attagenus cyphonoides Reitter, 1881

Attagenus decoloratus Mulsant & Rey, 1868

Attagenus dichrous Roth, 1851

Attagenus dispar (Redtenbacher, 1843)

Attagenus diversepubescens Pic, 1936

Attagenus diversesignatus Pic, 1942

Attagenus diversus Reitter, 1881

Attagenus donckieri Pic, 1916

Attagenus doricus Zhantiev, 2007

Attagenus duplex Reitter in Heyden, 1890

Attagenus endroedyi Háva, 2003

Attagenus ensicornis Wollaston, 1867

Attagenus eremivagus Peyerimhoff, 1943

Attagenus erevanicus Zhantiev, 1963

Attagenus extinctus C. Heyden & L. Heyden, 1865

Attagenus fairmairei Mroczkowski, 1958

Attagenus fallax Gené, 1839

Attagenus fasciatopunctatus Reitter, 1881

Attagenus fasciatus Thunberg, 1795 – wardrobe beetle

Attagenus fasciolatus Solsky, 1876

Attagenus flavicornis Dejean, 1821

Attagenus flexicollis Reitter, 1881

Attagenus fortis Zhantiev, 2007

Attagenus fossor Zhantiev, 2005

Attagenus fulvicollis Reitter, 1881

Attagenus fulvipes Dahl, 1823

Attagenus gilanicus Zhantiev, 2007

Attagenus globosus Háva, 2003

Attagenus gobicola Frivaldszky, 1892

Attagenus granarius Dejean, 1837

Attagenus grandjeani Pic, 1942

Attagenus grisescens Pic, 1937

Attagenus haladai Háva, 2006

Attagenus hargreavesi Pic, 1935

Attagenus havai Kadej, 2006

Attagenus heinigi Herrmann & Háva, 2007

Attagenus heydeni Reitter, 1881

Attagenus hirtulus Rosenhauer, 1856

Attagenus hirtus Sturm, 1826

Attagenus hoffeinsorum Háva, Prokop & Herrmann, 2006

Attagenus holmi Kalík & Háva, 2005

Attagenus hottentotus Guérin -Méneville, 1844

Attagenus inapicalis Pic, 1951

Attagenus incertus Mulsant & Rey, 1868

Attagenus incognitus Háva, 2003

Attagenus indicus Kalík, 1954

Attagenus insidiosus Halstead, 1981

Attagenus insignatus Pic, 1942

Attagenus ionicus Zhantiev, 2005

Attagenus irroratus Blackburn, 1903

Attagenus jacobsoni Zhantiev, 1963

Attagenus jelineki Háva, 2004

Attagenus jucundus Péringuey, 1885

Attagenus karnali Háva, 2001

Attagenus kephallenicus Háva & Kalík, 2006

Attagenus korotyaevi Zhantiev, 2005

Attagenus kratochvili Kalík, 1955

Attagenus lategriseus Kalík, 1955

Attagenus latepubescens Pic, 1952

Attagenus leopardinus Reitter, 1881

Attagenus lepidus Háva & Kovarík, 2004

Attagenus leprieuri Reitter, 1887

Attagenus lineatus Pic, 1894

Attagenus lobatus Rosenhauer, 1856

Attagenus longipennis Pic, 1904

Attagenus luctuosus Dejean, 1837

Attagenus luteithorax Pic, 1931

Attagenus luteofasciatus Pic, 1937

Attagenus lynx Mulsant & Rey, 1868

Attagenus maculatus Kalík, 2006

Attagenus madecassus Pic, 1916

Attagenus madoni Pic, 1942

Attagenus maritimus Gené, 1839

Attagenus melanocerus Dejean, 1837

Attagenus mongolicus Zhantiev, 1973

Attagenus multifasciatus Wollaston, 1863

Attagenus nepalensis Háva, 2001

Attagenus nigripennis Arrow, 1915

Attagenus nigroapicalis Pic, 1931

Attagenus nigroluteus Kalík, 1955

Attagenus niseteoi Dejean, 1821

Attagenus obtusus Gyllenhal in Schönherr, 1808

Attagenus orientalis Reitter in Schneider & Leder, 1878

Attagenus pallidus Zhantiev, 2005

Attagenus pantherinus Ahrens, 1814

Attagenus pardus Arrow, 1915

Attagenus pellio Linnaeus, 1758

Attagenus persicus Reitter, 1881

Attagenus pictus Ballion, 1871

Attagenus placitus Normand, 1949

Attagenus postfasciatus Pic, 1951

Attagenus posticalis Fairmaire, 1879

Attagenus prescutellaris Pic, 1927

Attagenus pseudomolitor Zhantiev, 1963

Attagenus pubescens Pic, 1894

Attagenus punctatus Scopoli, 1772

Attagenus pustulatus Thunberg, 1815

Attagenus quadricolor Sumakov, 1907

Attagenus quadrimaculatus Kraatz, 1858

Attagenus quadrinotatus Pic, 1938

Attagenus quadritinctus Reitter, 1889

Attagenus reitteri Mroczkowski, 1968

Attagenus rhodesianus Pic, 1927

Attagenus robustior Pic, 1951

Attagenus robustus Pic, 1899

Attagenus roeri Kalík

Attagenus rossii Ganglbauer, 1904

Attagenus ruficollis Christofori & Jan, 1832

Attagenus ruficolor Pic, 1918

Attagenus rufimembris Pic, 1927

Attagenus rufipennis LeConte, 1859

Attagenus rufipes Sturm, 1843

Attagenus rufiventris Pic, 1927

Attagenus rufomaculatus Pic, 1907

Attagenus scalaris (Pic, 1894)

Attagenus schaefferi Herbst, 1792

Attagenus seminiger Fairmaire, 1863

Attagenus seniculus Solsky, 1876

Attagenus sericeus Guérin-Méneville, 1844

Attagenus sexnotatus Pic, 1927

Attagenus sieversi Reitter, 1896

Attagenus signatus Dejean, 1837

Attagenus silvaticus Zhantiev, 1976

Attagenus similaris Mulsant & Rey, 1868

Attagenus simonis Reitter, 1881

Attagenus simplex Reitter, 1881

Attagenus sinensis Pic, 1927

Attagenus smirnovi Zhantiev, 1973

Attagenus somalicus Háva, 2003

Attagenus sopitus Scudder, 1900

Attagenus sparsutus Reitter, 1881

Attagenus stachi Mroczkowski, 1958

Attagenus steinbergi Zhantiev, 1963

Attagenus suspiciosus Solsky, 1876

Attagenus syriacus Dejean, 1837

Attagenus taeniatus Dejean, 1837

Attagenus tessellatus Reitter, 1887

Attagenus thunbergi Mroczkowski, 1968

Attagenus tigrinus Fabricius, 1792

Attagenus tomentosus Sturm, 1843

Attagenus trifasciatus Fabricius, 1787

Attagenus turcomanus Zhantiev, 1963

Attagenus undulatus Motschulsky, 1858

Attagenus unicolor (Brahm, 1790) – black carpet beetle

Attagenus unifasciatus Sturm, 1843

Attagenus uniformis Fairmaire in Fairmaire & Coquerel, 1860

Attagenus vagepictus Fairmaire, 1889

Attagenus vestitus Klug, 1855

Attagenus vestitus Sturm, 1843

Attagenus wollastoni Mroczkowski, 1964

Attagenus woodroffei Halstead & Green, 1979

Attagenus xanthocerus Dejean, 1837

Attagenus zavattarii Pic, 1952

Brachelytrium

Brachelytrium is a genus of beetles in the family Buprestidae, containing the following species:

Brachelytrium aeneum Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium africanum (Pochon, 1972)

Brachelytrium beninense Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium blairi Obenberger, 1931

Brachelytrium caeruleum Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium cavifrons Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium cordinotum Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium fissifrons Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium globicolle Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium holmi Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium jemeni Brechtel, 2000

Brachelytrium lesnei (Thery, 1934)

Brachelytrium mauritanicum Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium metallicum Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium minusculum Obenberger, 1928

Brachelytrium namibiense Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium niehuisi Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium nigrum Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium prolongum Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium purpureiventre Bily & Bellamy, 2010

Brachelytrium straussae Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium tanzaniense Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Brachelytrium transvaalense Obenberger, 1923

Brachelytrium ventrale (Kerremans, 1911)

Brachelytrium waterbergense Bily & Bellamy, 2000

Dendryphantes holmi

Dendryphantes holmi is a jumping spider species in the genus Dendryphantes that lives in Kenya. The species was first described in 2014.

Eszter Juhász

Eszter Juhász (born February 23, 1988 in Hungary) is a Finnish female curler.She started curling in 2006 at the age of 18.

Eszter Juhász was born in Hungary. Her family moved to Finland when Juhász was at the age of 2.

Eusirus holmi

Eusirus holmi is a species of amphipod in the family Eusiridae.

György Károly

György Károly (Károly György, 31 August 1953 – 26 October 2018) was a Hungarian poet and writer.

Holmi (Phrygia)

Holmi or Holmoi (Ancient Greek: Ὅλμοι) was a town of ancient Phrygia. It is mention by Strabo as lying on the main road from Carura to Lycaonia near that road's entry into the mountainous region.Its site is unlocated.

Italy runestones

The Italy runestones are three or four Varangian runestones from 11th-century Sweden that tell of warriors who died in Langbarðaland ("Land of the Lombards"), the Old Norse name for Italy. On these rune stones it is southern Italy that is referred to (Langobardia), but the Rundata project renders it rather anachronistically as Lombardy (see the translations of the individual stones, below).

The rune stones are engraved in Old Norse with the Younger Futhark, and two of them are found in Uppland and one or two in Södermanland.

The memorials are probably raised in memory of members of the Varangian Guard, the elite guard of the Byzantine Emperor, and they probably died while fighting in southern Italy against the local Lombard principalities or the invading Normans. Many of their brothers-in-arms are remembered on the 28 Greece runestones most of which are found in the same part of Sweden.

The young men who applied for a position in the Varangian guard were not uncouth roughnecks, as in the traditional stereotype, but instead, it appears that they were usually fit and well-raised young warriors who were skilled in weapons. They were the kind of warriors who were welcome as the elite troops of the Byzantine Emperor, and whom the rulers of Kievan Rus' requested from Scandinavia when they were under threat.

Kakamega holmi

Kakamega holmi is a species of East African jumping spiders. It is the sole species in the genus Kakamega. It was first described by Angelika Dawidowicz & Wanda Wesołowska in 2016, and has only been found in Kenya.The genus name appears to be invalid, as it is a junior homonym of the bird genus Kakamega, published in 1978.

Langelurillus

Langelurillus is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders). All the described species occur only in Africa.

Pachydesus

Pachydesus is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, containing the following species:

Pachydesus aethiopicus Basilewsky, 1974

Pachydesus alluaudi (Jeannel, 1913)

Pachydesus altipeta (Jeannel, 1935)

Pachydesus anosyanus Basilewsky, 1981

Pachydesus bohemani (Jeannel, 1926)

Pachydesus brincki (Basilewsky, 1958)

Pachydesus bucculentus (Alluaud, 1933)

Pachydesus burgeoni (Alluaud, 1933)

Pachydesus caffer (Jeannel, 1964)

Pachydesus celisi (Jeannel, 1955)

Pachydesus chappuisi (Jeannel, 1935)

Pachydesus cuccodoroi Deuve, 2005

Pachydesus descarpentriesi Basilewsky, 1972

Pachydesus edwardsi (Jeannel, 1940)

Pachydesus ernei Deuve, 2005

Pachydesus fletcheri (Jeannel, 1959)

Pachydesus geginati Deuve, 2005

Pachydesus gravis (Peringuey, 1899)

Pachydesus holmi Deuve, 2005

Pachydesus kenyensis (Jeannel, 1913)

Pachydesus kilimanus (Jeannel, 1913)

Pachydesus kinangopinus (Jeannel, 1935)

Pachydesus kochi (Straneo, 1960)

Pachydesus leleupi (Jeannel, 1960)

Pachydesus longulus (Jeannel, 1964)

Pachydesus marojejyanus Basilewsky, 1981

Pachydesus ovalipennis (Jeannel, 1964)

Pachydesus parilis (P?ringuey, 1908)

Pachydesus parvicollis (Jeannel, 1964)

Pachydesus pauliani (Jeannel, 1950)

Pachydesus raffrayi (Jeannel, 1930)

Pachydesus robustus (Alluaud, 1933)

Pachydesus rotundatus (Jeannel, 1959)

Pachydesus rufipes (Boheman, 1848)

Pachydesus ruwenzoricus (Alluaud, 1933)

Pachydesus unisetosus (Jeannel, 1935)

Pylojacquesidae

The Pylojacquesidae are a small family of hermit crabs, comprising only two species in two genera. The family was erected in 2001, after two specimens at Museum für Naturkunde at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin were recognised as being quite distinct from other described hermit crabs. The family members differ from other hermit crabs in that their mandibles are chitinous and toothed.

Taşucu

Taşucu (Greek: Holmi) is a small town of Silifke, Mersin Province, Turkey. It obtained the status of Municipality after the local elections in Turkey, 1955. By the new regulations on the constitution, it legally got the status of Mahalle again in 2014. The population was 8,847 as of 2012.

In 2000 a military pier, Agalar, was built 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south-west of the town. During the Syrian Civil War the pier was used to ship weapons to Syrian rebel groups as part of the U.S. Timber Sycamore program.

Transport in Mersin Province

Mersin Province is a Mediterraneran province of Turkey. The south eastern plain of the province is a part of Çukurova (or historically Cilicia Pedias ). But most of the province is mountainous with a number of small alluvial plains at the coastal band. Below are the transport facilities of the province.

Uppland Runic Inscription 328

The Uppland Runic Inscription 328 stands on a hill in a paddock at the farm Stora Lundby, which is about four kilometers west of Lindholmen, Stockholm County, Sweden, in the historic province of Uppland. The runestone is one of several runestones that have permitted scholars to trace family relations among some powerful Viking clans in Sweden during the 11th century.

Wanda Wesołowska

Wanda Wesołowska (born 1950) is a Polish zoologist known for her work with arachnids. Her research focuses on the taxonomy, biology and zoogeography of jumping spiders.

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