Gnossus


Gnossus

Gnossus [nos-uh s] Examples noun

  1. Knossos.

Related formsGnos·si·an, adjective Examples from the Web for gnossus Historical Examples of gnossus

  • The heifers of Gnossus and of Cydon 751 sighed to mate with him.

    Ars Amatoria, or The Art Of Love

    Ovid

  • From Gnossus, whence the Greeks drew all their laws and science, came probably the Greek word gnosis, meaning knowledge.

    Archaic England

    Harold Bayley

  • This would be a most extraordinary oversight, as the scene is laid in Crete, in the town of Gnossus.

    Chaucer’s Works, Volume 3 (of 7)

    Geoffrey Chaucer

  • I come to thee a more constant lover; damsel of Gnossus, lay aside thy fear, the wife of Bacchus shalt thou be.

    Ars Amatoria, or The Art Of Love

    Ovid

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