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Novae

Archaeological site situated on the Danube in northern Bulgaria, about 4 kilometres east of the modern town Svishtov. A legionary base and late Roman town in the Roman province Moesia Inferior, later Moesia II.

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Novae - Name of The Site
... At present we use the name of Novae (Nouae), although the toponym might have referred to the canabae (canabae legionis I Italicae Novae), when the castra itself had the name of castra ... The literary sources give the name of Novae or in Accusative form Novas (Itin ...
Luminous Red Nova - Discovery
... A small number of objects exhibiting the characteristics of luminous red novae have been observed over the last 30 years or so ... The team, led by Shrinivas Kulkarni confirmed its difference from known explosions such as novae and thermal pulses, and announced Luminous Red Novae as a new class of stellar explosion in a ...
Donatia Novae-zelandiae
... Donatia novae-zelandiae is a species of cushion plant in the family Donatiaceae and is closely related to species in the family Stylidiaceae ... Donatia novae-zelandiae has free stamens and petals, paracytic stomata, and a pollen morphology distinct from the genera of the sister family Stylidiaceae ... described by Joseph Dalton Hooker in 1853 and published in his Flora Novae-Zelandiae ...
Luminous Red Nova
... luminous red novae, pl.abbr ... Luminous red novae are not to be confused with standard novae, explosions that occur on the surface of white dwarf stars ...
Symphyotrichum Novae-angliae - Cultivars
... See List of Symphyotrichum novae-angliae cultivars ... Over 70 cultivars of Symphyotrichum novae-angliae have been raised, although only about 50 survive in commerce today ... The novae-angliae cultivars grow to between 90 and 180 cm in height, with the notable exception of 'Purple Dome', at ...