Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to the ancient Greek city of Cyzicus in Mysia, Asia Minor.

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Examples

  • The arch to the left is the end of the open hall, D, above the portico; on each side are the terraces, 34, 34, and in the centre are the remains of the cyzicene hall.

    Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life

  • Large cyzicene œcus, about thirty-six feet by twenty-six.

    Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life

  • The side beneath the house and that at the right of the plan are perfectly preserved, but it has been found necessary to support the terrace on this side by inserting a modern pillar between each of the old ones, and to build two massive piers beneath the terrace on which the great cyzicene hall is situated.

    Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life

  • Now I can promise you, if you once leave these waters, to furnish you with regular monthly pay, dating from the first of the month, at the rate of one cyzicene (2) a head per month.

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  • And he promised to give "to the common soldiers a cyzicene (4), to a captain twice as much, and to a general four times as much, with as much land as ever they liked, some yoke of oxen, and a fortified place upon the seaboard."

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  • 100 A cyzicene stater = twenty-eight silver drachmae of Attic money B.C. 335, in the time of

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  • When they had reached the villages in the afternoon, the soldiers met, and Seuthes made the following speech: “My request to you, sirs, is that you will take the field with me, and my promise to you is that I will give every man of you a cyzicene, and to the officers and generals at the customary rate; besides this I will honour those who show special merit.

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  • When they had reached the villages in the afternoon, the soldiers met, and Seuthes made the following speech: "My request to you, sirs, is that you will take the field with me, and my promise to you is that I will give every man of you a cyzicene, and to the officers and generals at the customary rate; besides this I will honour those who show special merit.

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