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         Seneca:     more books (100)
  1. Seneca's Troades (Latin and Greek Texts) by A.J. Boyle, 1994-12-01
  2. Thus Spoke Seneca
  3. Seneca: Moral Epistles (Textbook Series (American Philological Association)) by Lucius Annaeus Seneca, 1985-10
  4. Seneca in English (Poets in Translation, Penguin) by Seneca, 1998-09-01
  5. Nuclear Summer: The Clash of Communities at the Seneca Women's Peace Encampment (Anthropology of Contemporary Issues) by Louise Krasniewicz, 1992-06
  6. Seneca Falls (Images of America) by Frances T. Barbieri, Kathy Jans-Duffy, 2009-11-11
  7. Correspondence Between Paul and Seneca, A.D. 61-65 (Ancient Near Eastern Texts and Studies, V. 12) by Paul Berry, 1999-04
  8. Legends, Customs And Social Life Of The Seneca Indians Of Western New York (1878) by John Wentworth Sanborn, 2010-09-10
  9. Must the Maiden Die (Seneca Falls Historical Myster) by Miriam Grace Monfredo, 2000-08-01
  10. A FRIEND AMONG THE SENECAS: The Quaker Mission to Cornplanter's People by David Swatzler, Henry Simmons, 2000-10
  11. Chainbreaker's War: A Seneca Chief Remembers the American Revolution by Blacksnake, Jeanne Winston Adler, 2002-06
  12. Seneca Patriots (White Indian Series, Book XXII (No 22)) by Donald Clayton Porter, 1992-01-01
  13. Seneca Shadows (Historical Span Series #1) (Heartsong Presents #783) by Lauralee Bliss, 2007-12-12
  14. Seneca: Naturales Quaestiones, Books 1-3 (Loeb Classical Library No. 450) (Bks.I-III v. 1) by Seneca, 1971-01-01

101. Barbi's Butts Discount Cigarettes And Smokeless Tobacco
Online smoke shop, selling tobacco products from seneca lands in western New York.

Store Located on the Sovereign Seneca Indian Reservation
Mailing Address:
PO Box 300
Kill Buck, NY 14748
Store Location:
6646 Rt. 417
Kill Buck, NY 14748
Toll Free:
Fax: 1-716-945-7026 NEW BERKLEY CIGARETTES JUST $9.99 TRY 'EM LIGGETT SELECT ON SALE! CLICK HERE! BARBI'S BUTTS CUSTOMERS MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YRS. OF AGE TO PURCHASE TOBACCO PRODUCTS. NO EXCEPTIONS Brands under $15.00 Brands $15.01 to $20.00 Brands $20.01 and up Recover Password ... Parental Control Links SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING:There is no safe tobacco product. The use of any tobacco product is hazardous to your health. NOT FOR RESALE

102. Seneca Falls Declaration (1848)
seneca Falls Declaration (1848). One of rev. ed. 1975); and Lois W. Banner, Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1980). seneca Falls Declaration. When
Seneca Falls Declaration (1848)
One of the reform movements that arose during the "freedom's ferment" of the early nineteenth century was a drive for greater rights for women, especially in the political area. Women were heavily involved in many of the reform movements of this time, but they discovered that while they did much of the drudge work, with few exceptions (such as Dorothea Dix) they could not take leadership roles or lobby openly for their goals. Politically, women were to be neither seen nor heard. The drudgery of daily housework and its deadening impact on the mind also struck some women as unfair. The convention at Seneca Falls, New York, in July 1848, was organized by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, two Quakers whose concern for women's rights was aroused when Mott, as a woman, was denied a seat at an international antislavery meeting in London. The Seneca Falls meeting attracted 240 sympathizers, including forty men, among them the famed former slave and abolitionist leader, Frederick Douglass. The delegates adopted a statement, deliberately modeled on the Declaration of Inde-pendence, as well as a series of resolu-tions calling for women's suffrage and the reform of marital and property laws that kept women in an inferior status. Very little in the way of progress came from the Seneca Falls Declaration, although it would serve for the next seventy years as the goal for which the suffrage movement strove. Women's suffrage and nearly all of the other reforms of this era were swallowed up by the single issue of slavery and its abolition, and women did not receive the right to vote until the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution in 1920.

103. Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars Web Site
Located in a Greek revival building overlooking seneca Lake. Features descriptions of wines, an order form, a newsletter, recipes, and lists of reviews and awards.
Located in a magnificent architect-designed Greek revival building set among vineyards overlooking Seneca Lake, in the heart of the Finger Lakes district of New York, Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars offers an exciting range of estate bottled vinifera wines. The original vineyards are planted on lands recognized as far back as the 1800's as ideal for grape cultivation. Contents: Home
Wine List

Wine Club

Events Calendar

104. Welcome To Tiffin-Seneca Public Library!
77 Jefferson Street. Tiffin, OH 44883. Phone 419447-3751. Fax 419-447-3045. Email Research Databases-Click Here.
77 Jefferson Street Tiffin, OH 44883 Phone: 419-447-3751 Fax: 419-447-3045 Email:
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105. Filologia Catalana
Personal, doc¨ncia, doctorat, recerca, agenda, enlla§os i altres p gines web del Departament.
DEPARTAMENT DE FILOLOGIA CATALANA Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres, Edifici B
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106. Mary Jemison: White Woman Captive Of The Seneca Indians
Story of the white woman who was captured by the seneca Indians and lived with them her whole life.
Janny Rae :o)
Mary Jemison
Mary Jemison was born on a ship as her family traveled to make a new life in the "New World". At approximately 15 years of age, Mary Jemison was captured by the Indians, while living with her parents in Pennsylvania. Her family was killed and the Indians adopted her. They gave her the name Dichewamis, which means "The Pretty One". She first married a Delaware Indian Brave and had two children. Later she married a Seneca Chief, Hiakatoo, and had six more children. They lived at Little Beards Town, in the Genesee valley, where they were brought before the Revolutionary War. In 1779 Mary moved with Hiakatoo and her children to Gardeau ("Ga-da-o") Flats, when the Revolutionary War brought an American army to the Genesee valley to destroy the villages of the Seneca Indians. The Big Tree treaty of 1797, gave Mary her own reservation of 18,000 acres of flat fertile land, forests, and streams, where she lived for many years and raised her Indian family. She lived with the Indians for 78 years. She died when she was 90 years old. Today you can visit her grave and statue in Letchworth State Park. There is also a trail named in her honor.

107. Welcome To The Monongahela National Forest In Elkins, WV.
The Legend of seneca Rocks. Purchased by the federal government in 1969, seneca Rocks is one of the bestknown landmarks in West Virginia.
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The Legend of Seneca Rocks
Purchased by the federal government in 1969, Seneca Rocks is one of the best-known landmarks in West Virginia. These rocks have long been noted as a scenic attraction and are popular with rock climbers. The rocks are a magnificent formation rising nearly 900 feet above the North Fork River. Eastern West Virginia contains many such formations of the white/gray Tuscarora quartzite. Seneca Rocks and nearby Champe Rocks are among the most imposing examples. The quartzite is approximately 250 feet thick and is located primarily on exposed ridges as caprock or exposed crags. The rock is composed of fine grains of sand that were laid down approximately 440 million years ago, in an extensive sheet at the edge of ancient ocean. Years of geologic activity followed, as the ocean was slowly destroyed and the underlying rock uplifted and folded. Millions of years of erosion stripped away the overlaying rock and left remnants of the arching folds in formations such as Seneca Rocks. Man has apparently been a visitor to the area around Seneca Rocks for a long time. Some evidence suggests that the Native Americans of the Archaic Period may have camped at the mouth of nearby Seneca Creek. The famous Seneca Trail followed the Potomac River, allowing the Algonquin, Tuscarora, and Seneca tribes to trade and make war.

108. Seneca College Digital Media Centre
Offers programs in 3D animation, visual effects and the web.

109. Seneca's Career And Works
Biography of the Roman dramatist seneca and analysis of his creative temperament.
SENECA'S CAREER AND WORKS This document was originally published in The Drama: Its History, Literature and Influence on Civilization, vol. 2 . ed. Alfred Bates. London: Historical Publishing Company, 1906. pp. 134-137. Purchase Plays by Seneca Lucius Annaeus Seneca, the most brilliant figure of his time, was the second son of the great rhetorician of that name, and, like him, a native of Corduba in Spain. From infancy of a delicate constitution, he devoted himself with intense ardor to rhetorical and philosophical studies, and early won a reputation at the bar. Caligula threatened his life, and under Claudius his political career received a sudden check, for the influence of Messalina having effected the ruin of Julia, the youngest daughter of Germanicus, Seneca, who was compromised by her downfall, was banished to Corsica, 41 A.D. There eight weary years of waiting were relieved by study and authorship, with occasional attempts to procure his return by such gross flattery of Claudius as is found in the work on Consolation. Eight of the tragedies which bear Seneca's name are undoubtedly genuine. In them the defects of his prose style are exaggerated; as specimens of pompous rant they are probably unequalled, and the rhythm is unpleasant, owing to the monotonous structure of the verses. The

110. Seneca
Latijnse tekst en een nederlandse vertaling door Ben Bijnsdorp. Buste van seneca Lucius Annaeus seneca. Biografie. Zijn jeugd en opvoeding.
Latijnse tekst en een nederlandse vertaling door Ben Bijnsdorp
Buste van Seneca
Overzicht van de behandelde brieven en de registers.

Latijnse teksten

Vertalingen in het Nederlands

Uitgebreide Bibliografie
Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
Zijn jeugd en opvoeding.
- Hij was de zoon van een vermogend lid van de Ridderstand [na de Senatoren de belangrijkste Romeinse stand]. Hij werd geboren omstreeks het begin van onze jaartelling in Corduba (het Spaanse Cordova), ontving zijn opvoeding te Rome waar zijn [gelijknamige] vader bekendheid genoot als schrijver over retoriek. Op ongeveer 30-jarige leeftijd vestigde hij zich als advocaat en verwierf zich zo een aanzienlijk vermogen. Daarnaast wijdde hij zich aan de letterkunde, en de studie van de filosofie en de natuurwetenschappen [toen nog geen duidelijk gescheiden onderzoeksgebieden].
Verbanning en eerherstel.
- Op aandringen van Messalina, de vrouw van keizer Claudius, werd hij in 41 door de keizer naar Corsica verbannen. Acht jaar later werd hij op verzoek van Claudius' tweede vrouw Agrippina [de dochter van Germanicus] teruggeroepen en aangesteld tot leraar van haar zoon Nero, de latere keizer. Seneca en Nero.

111. Seneca County QuickFacts From The US Census Bureau
Provides population, demographic, and housing information.
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112. Welcome To The Seneca County Genealogical Society Website
Meetings are held at the Tiffinseneca Public Library in the Frost- Kalnow room unless otherwise stated. Help us solve a seneca County mystery.
home membership first families publications ... links l Photos SCGS Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm. there are no regular meetings during the months of June, July, August, and December. Meetings are held at the Tiffin-Seneca Public Library in the Frost- Kalnow room unless otherwise stated. For up to date meeting times and Program topics please check our calendar. This site updated monthly!
Attica Thirtieth Anniversary Alumni Society

This information is transcribed from a copy of the program for the Thirtieth Anniversary Alumni Society of Attica High School May 27, 1910. The Class pages begin with 1880 and end with 1910. There are 161 students listed. Take a look!
News and Notes Time to renew your membership The S.C.G.S. is now taking membeships and membership renewals. Each member receives six of our award-winning newsletters, one index, and one membership roster per year plus free queries. For more information go to our membership page.
Featured Web Site The Sisters of St. Francis Orginally founded after the Civil War to care for orphans and the elderly.
Dates to Remember April 6, Regular Meeting

113. Sito Web Italiano Per La Filosofia-LUCIO ANNEO SENECA
Approfondimenti dedicati all'autore pubblicati dai principali quotidiani italiani.

  • Prendiamocela con filosofia
    Il Corriere della Sera 13 FEBBRAIO 2003
  • Il prezzo da pagare per il diritto di parola
    Il Sole 24 Ore 7 APRILE 2002
  • Seneca morale, maestro di inquietitudine
    Il Sole 24 Ore 27 GENNAIO 2002
  • Al Vir Bonus bastano poche parole
    Un'edizione rinnovata e curata filologicamente del classico manuale di retorica di Quintiliano di CARLO CARENA
    Il Sole 24 Ore 27 GENNAIO 2002
  • Al Vir Bonus bastano poche parole
    Un'edizione rinnovata e curata filologicamente del classico manuale di retorica di Quintiliano di CARLO CARENA
    Il Sole 24 Ore 13 MAGGIO 2001
    L'Unita' 25 AGOSTO 2001
  • Nietzsche giovane che classico
    A 101 anni dalla morte viene completato il dossier sui primi scritti del filosofo di PIETRO PAGLIANO
    Il Tempo 19 AGOSTO 2001

  • P>
    di editoriale
    Il Corriere della Sera 13 AGOSTO 2001
  • La lezione di Seneca di editoriale
    La Repubblica 16 LUGLIO 2001
  • I numeri che cambiano la vita
    Parla Alain Connes di PIERGIORGIO ODIFREDDI
    Il Mattino 11 LUGLIO 2001
  • Elogio dell’ozio
    Il Mattino 11 LUGLIO 2001
  • Elogio dell’ozio
    Il manifesto 21 GIUGNO 2001
  • Che cosa vogliamo fare di noi?
  • 114. Seneca
    seneca. Lucius Annaeus seneca, the Younger, was Rome s leading intellectual figure in the mid1st century AD. seneca and Burrus were a tyrant s favorites.
    Lucius Annaeus Seneca, the Younger, was Rome's leading intellectual figure in the mid-1st century AD. He was philosopher, statesman, orator, and tragedian. Seneca was the second son of a wealthy family from Spain. The father, Seneca the Elder, had been famous in Rome as a teacher of rhetoric. An aunt took Lucius as a boy to Rome; there he was trained as an orator and educated in philosophy. Seneca's health suffered, and he went to recuperate in Egypt. Returning to Rome about the year 31, he began a career in politics and law. Soon he fell foul of the emperor Caligula, who was deterred from killing him only by the argument that his life was sure to be short. In 41 the emperor Claudius banished Seneca to Corsica on a charge of adultery with the princess Julia Livilla, the Emperor's niece. The influence of Agrippina, the Emperor's wife, had him recalled to Rome in 49. He became praetor in AD 50, married Pompeia Paulina, a wealthy woman, built up a powerful group of friends, including the new prefect of the guard, Sextus Afranius Burrus, and became tutor to the future emperor Nero. The murder of Claudius in 54 pushed Seneca and Burrus to the top. Although provincials from Spain and Gaul, they understood the problems of the Roman world. Seneca and Burrus were a tyrant's favorites.

    115. The Onodowahgah Seneca
    seneca. Artwork by John Kahionhes Fadden. OVERVIEW Written by Kanatiiosh. The seneca call themselves Onondowahgah, which means the People of the Great Hill.

    116. The Political Graveyard: Seneca County, N.Y.
    Information on the political history, cemeteries and memorial sites in the county.
    Questions? Return to The Political Graveyard main page
    Seneca County
    New York
    Seneca County information: Neighboring areas: The Political Graveyard: Important Notes: Please Read!
  • This web site is about U.S. political history and cemeteries. For convenient presentation of this material, the site includes a page for each of the more than 3,000 counties in the U.S., as well as for various U.S. and foreign territories and countries. The Political Graveyard has no official connection with any of those areas or governments. For more information about this project, please see the Main Page
  • The list of cemeteries here is not comprehensive, nor is it intended to be. This site only lists about 5,000 cemeteries
  • 117. Town Of Seneca Falls, NY - Gateway To The Finger Lakes
    Site Map. Home Government seneca Falls Live! Local Links Tourist Information Recreation. 20012003 Town of seneca Falls, NY.
    Site Map Home Government Seneca Falls...Live! Local Links ... © 2001-2003 Town of Seneca Falls, NY

    118. UCSB Linguistics Faculty
    The linguist's work in the seneca language.
    Affiliated faculty Staff Grad students Graduate alumni ... Webmaster
    Linguistics Faculty Mary Bucholtz
    • sociolinguistics
    • linguistic anthropology
    • language and gender
    • African American English
    • discourse
    Wallace Chafe
    • American Indian linguistics
    • discourse
    • spoken and written language
    Patricia Clancy
    • psycholinguistics
    • child language
    • discourse
    • Japanese and Korean linguistics
    Bernard Comrie
    • language universals
    • typology
    • historical linguistics
    • languages of the Causcasus
    Susanna Cumming
    • discourse analysis
    • computational linguistics
    • Western Austronesian linguistics
    • syntactic change
    • lexicon in discourse
    John W. Du Bois
    • discourse
    • dialogic syntax
    • complex adaptive linguistics
    • linguistic anthropology
    • Mayan linguistics
    Carol Genetti
    • Tibeto-Burman linguistics
    • phonology
    • syntax
    • language contact
    • language change
    Matthew Gordon
    • phonetics
    • phonology
    • Balto-Finnic linguistics
    • American Indian linguistics
    Charles N. Li

    119. The SENECA Homepage
    The seneca Homepage. News. Read More/Comment. News archive. Quickstart. Shortcut to the seneca s SourceForge project page with download option. Related Projects.



    Project Reference

    The SENECA Homepage
    Screenshot section added to website steinbeck - 2001-09-08 12:34 SENECA
    Have a look at the new screeshot section, showing SENECA in action. [Read More/Comment] SENECA being ported to the CDK steinbeck - 2001-09-08 08:18 SENECA
    SENECA is currently being ported to the Chemistry Development Kit library (CDK), which is hosted under
    There will be no further release based on the old source tree.
    The CDK provides a clean, object-oriented implementation of many standard algorithms in structural chemo- and bioinformatics. [Read More/Comment] SENECA-CDK sources imported into CVS steinbeck - 2001-07-25 14:11 SENECA
    The first version of a SENECA port to the Chemistry Development Kit (CDK, ) was imported into the CVS today. Currently, only the client part [Read More/Comment] SENECA paper accepted for publication steinbeck - 2001-06-13 10:50 SENECA Steinbeck's inital publication on SENECA, titled "SENECA: A Platform-Independent, Distributed and Parallel System for Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation in Organic Chemistry", has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences. [Read More/Comment] [News archive]
    Shortcut to the SENECA's SourceForge project page with download option
    Related Projects
    JChemPaint is an open-source editor for 2D chemical structures and will serve as a goodlist/badlist editor for SENECA.

    120. Weaver, Chris
    Dr. Ascii's Text Lab ASCII drawings from rec.climbing. Climbing film reviews. Trip reports and information from seneca Rocks, West Virginia. Pictures from various spots in Arizona; Hueco Tanks; Yosemite.

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