Highly motivated to succeed in the new country, they united as Rhodian
immigrants in their new location, established informal self-help networks to employ newcomers or provide loans to open new businesses, and retained close contact with each other.
31) Regarding the Rhodian
sea law, see Schoenbaum et al.
Sidebottom, `The Date of Dio of Prusa's Rhodian
and Alexandrian Orations', Historia 41 (1992), pp.
Attalus seems to have operated semi-independently at first: he raised a large army(23) to add to his fleet command,(24) and attacked Rhodes and some cities on the Rhodian
Birth and early career unknown, but son of Marcus Aemilius Regillus; as praetor he was sent to command Roman naval forces in the Aegean Sea (190); with the aid of a flotilla from Rhodes, he defeated a Syrian fleet under the former Carthaginian general Hannibal (then making his first and only appearance as a naval commander) at the Eurymedon (190); later that year he smashed a second Syrian fleet at Myonnesus, thus winning control of the Aegean for Rome and her Rhodian
and Pergamene allies; vowed a temple to the lares permarini (guardian gods of the sea) in return for victory, and carried out his vow when he returned to Rome; as propraetor he celebrated a naval triumph (189).
4) In his Natural History (Book VI, Chapter 37), Pliny famously named the Rhodian
sculptors of the Laocoon as Hagesander, Athanadorus and Polydorus; for some, this has constituted proof that we are dealing with the same artists at Sperlonga, where an inscription proudly emblazoned on one of the sculptural groups reads: 'Athanadoros, son of Agesandros, Agesandros, son of Paionios, and Polydoros son of Polydoros, all from Rhodes, have made this'.
Dio Chrysostom--a champion of statues, as we saw, in his Rhodian
speech--puts the case for Phidias with the irony of a practised rhetorician (Orationes 12).
Glacken was rumored to have completed a sequel to his 1967 classic Traces on the Rhodian
Shore, but never published it, and it now seems lost.
Not-quite-what-heseems-Charlie is played by Greg Austin Tell us about Charlie: He's a Rhodian
Prince one of the final two survivors of his planet along with Miss Quill and the Doctor saves us and brings us to earth.
Back then, Rhodes was the Mediterranean's centre of trade thanks to its naval force which commanded the seas and its tax system, which provided only for minimal duties on commodities traded on Rhodian
The Emergence of General Average from the Rhodian
Sea Law to the English Common Law B.
Pieces include Violin Sonata in E Rhodian
by Alexander LaFollett; "The Air Is a Chamber" and "The Earth Is a Cell" by J.