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Definition of Stemma

Stemma
Stemma Stem"ma, n.; pl. Stemmata. [NL., fr. Gr. ?, pl. ?, a garland or chaplet.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) One of the ocelli of an insect. See Ocellus. (b) One of the facets of a compound eye of any arthropod.

Meaning of Stemma from wikipedia

- Stemma (plural stemmata) may refer to: In stemmatics, an approach to textual criticism, a stemma or stemma codi**** is a diagram showing the relationships...
- m****cripts in a family tree or stemma codi**** descended from a single archetype. The process of constructing the stemma is called recension, or the Latin...
- blue colours of Cagliari mirror those featured on the stemma of Cagliari. The red parts of the stemma are a reference to the coat of arms of the House of...
- Virtus non stemma is Latin for "Valor, not garland". This is the Duke of Westminster's motto at his stately home in Eaton. The motto means, less literally:...
- complex retina distinguishes the vertebrate camera eye from the simple stemma or ommatidium. Additionally not all ocelli and ommatidia of invertebrates...
- The stemma codi**** of Aristotle's Metaphysics is a visual representation with the shape of a family tree, which is the standard one in stemmatics. It is...
- The Altoviti are a prominent noble family of Florence. Since the Medieval they were one of the most distinguished banking and political families appointed...
- returning to Serie A as Roma manager". Sportsnet.ca. Retrieved 4 May 2021. "Stemma Comune di Roma". Comuni-Italiani. 24 June 2007. "A.S. Roma". 123football...
- Julius Caesar abruptly ended their influence. The overall structure of the stemma is taken from the one drawn by Münzer in the Realencyclopädie, which has...
- Brasil, vol. I, Lisboa, Editorial Enciclopédia. Imhof, Jacob Wilhelm (1708). Stemma Regum lusitani**** sive Historia genealogica Familiae Regiae Portugallicae...
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