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Definition of Arcadian

Arcadian
Arcadian Ar*ca"di*an, Arcadic Ar*ca"dic, a. [L. Arcadius, Arcadicus, fr. Arcadia: cf. F. Arcadien, Arcadique.] Of or pertaining to Arcadia; pastoral; ideally rural; as, Arcadian simplicity or scenery.

Meaning of Arcadian from wikipedia

- Arcadian may refer to: Arcadian, a resident of the Ancient Gr**** region of Arcadia or of the modern Gr**** region of Arcadia Arcadocypriot Gr****, the dialect...
- Arcadians can refer to: Arcadians, an ancient Gr**** tribe of the namesake region. Residents of Arcadia, Greece The Arcadians (choir), a choir in Oxford...
- all the Arcadian towns and was named League of the Arcadians. In the 7th century BC, it successfully faced the threat of Sparta and the Arcadians managed...
- The Arcadian Singers of Oxford (aka The Arcadian Singers) is an independent, student-run chamber choir based in Oxford, England, originally formed in 1976...
- comprises the following works: The Course of Empire – The Savage State; The Arcadian or Pastoral State; The Consummation of Empire; Destruction; and Desolation...
- Arcadian ecology is a school of thought that advocates for a harmonious relationship between humans and nature. It is named for the mountainous Arcady...
- The Arcadian is an American science fiction feature film set in a post-apocalyptic world. Plot elements have not been revealed, but official press releases...
- Coordinates: 47°09′07″N 88°31′30″W / 47.1519°N 88.525°W / 47.1519; -88.525 Arcadian mine was a copper mine developed in 1898 near Paavola, (then called Arcadia)...
- The Arcadian Court is an Art Deco event space in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on the eighth floor of the flagship downtown Toronto location...
- Et in Arcadia ego (also known as Les bergers d'Arcadie or The Arcadian Shepherds) is a 1637–38 painting by Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665), the leading painter...
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