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Definition of Epimachus

Epimachus
Epimachus E*pim"a*chus, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? equipped for battle; ? for + ? battle.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of highly ornate and brilliantly colored birds of Australia, allied to the birds of Paradise.

Meaning of Epimachus from wikipedia

- placed Epimachus in a clade that includes Paradigalla and Astrapia, implying that the long, curved bill has been acquired independently in Epimachus. According...
- 150 m (5,900 to 7,100 ft). The species' scientific name is Epimachus fastosus. Epimachus, its generic name, means "equipped for battle", referring to...
- Epimachus is a genus of birds of paradise from New Guinea. Epimachus or Epimachos may also refer to: Epimachus of Athens (c. 300 BC), ancient Gr**** engineer...
- Saint Gordi**** and Saint Epimachus of Alexandria were jointly venerated in the Catholic Church on 10 May until 1969. Epimachus died in 250 and Gordi****...
- 2022. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Epimachus meyeri. Wikispecies has information related to Epimachus meyeri. BirdLife Species Factsheet Archived...
- Epimachus of Pelusium was an Egyptian martyr. Epimachus lived an ascetical life on Mount Pelusium. To support himself, he worked as a weaver along with...
- the Christians, and laid in a crypt on the Latin Way beside the body of Epimachus of Alexandria, who had been recently interred there. The two saints gave...
- although some of these are questionable. The fourth clade includes the Epimachus sicklebills, Paradigalla, and the astrapias. The final clade includes...
- Julian the Apostate was laid beside Epimachus. The two saints gave their name to the cemetery of Gordi**** and Epimachus, and were for a long time jointly...
- invented by Polyidus of Thessaly, and improved by Demetrius I of Macedon and Epimachus of Athens, for the Siege of Rhodes (305 BC). Descriptions of it were written...