Saxa

Saxa may refer to either:

  • Saxa (food product), a brand of salt and pepper
  • Saxa (musician), a saxophonist

Other articles related to "saxa":

Liberators' Civil War - Prelude
... In 42 BC Gaius Norbanus Flaccus and Decidius Saxa, were sent by the triumvirs with an eight legions strong advance guard into Macedonia against the ... In the neighborhood of Philippi, Norbanus and Saxa met the combined advancing troops of Cassius and Brutus ...
Hoya Saxa
... Hoya Saxa is the official cheer and "college yell" of Georgetown University and its athletics teams ... Saxa however, is Latin for "rocks" or "small stones" ... It was used in the name of some Roman settlements, such as Saxa Rubra ...
Lucius Decidius Saxa
... Lucius Decidius Saxa (died 40 BC), sometimes mistaken as Decidus, was a Roman general in the 1st century BC ... At the beginning of 43 BC Antony was besieged in Mutina and was assisted by Decidius Saxa. 42 BC, after the founding of the second Triumvirate, Saxa was, together with Gaius Norbanus Flaccus, appointed by Mark Antony to lead the recognition force of eight legions into Thrace ...
Saxa Rubra
... Saxa Rubra was a village and station on the Flaminian Way, 9 miles from Rome ... Grottarossa (both of which have been identified as the current site of Saxa Rubra -Grottarossa meaning red cave) ...
RAF Saxa Vord
... RAF Saxa Vord was a radar station operated by the Royal Air Force ... two radar sites in existence — one on Saxa Vord hill, and the other at Skaw on the east coast ... In the following years, RAF Saxa Vord was a vital part of Britain's air defence during the Cold War ...