Definition of Pansa
1. Noun. The tenth month of the Hindu calendar.
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Literary usage of Pansa
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Smaller History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of by William Smith (1899)
"The two new consuls (43 BC) were A. Hirtius and C. Vibius pansa, ... A fierce battle ensued, Mutina. in which pansa was mortally wounded ; success ..."
2. The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero by Conyers Middleton (1839)
"colleague pansa, which was communicated to the senate : " I have possessed myself (says he) of Cla- terna and driven out Antony's garrison ; his horse were ..."
3. Pompeii by George Clarke (1832)
"CHAPTER V. HOUSES OF pansa AND SALLUST. THE house which we are now about to describe is, in respect of regularity of plan and extent, the most remarkable ..."
4. The Wonders of Pompeii by Marc Monnier (1871)
"This the early antiquarians translated: Pa- ratus invoices pansa the ... They should have rendered it: Paratus demands pansa for ..."
5. History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest Times to the by James Fergusson (1887)
"The house called that of pansa at Pompeii is a good illustration of these peculiarities, and, as one of the most regular, has been frequently chosen for the ..."
6. The Roman History of Appian of Alexandria by Appianus, of Alexandria Appianus (1899)
"CHAPTER IX Octavius alarmed by the Action of the Senate — Octavius, Hirtius, and pansa march to the Relief of Decimus — Activity of Cicero in Rome — Battle ..."
7. Records of the Past by Records of the Past Exploration Society (1902)
"The „ » ,, , flow of water was con- PLAN OF THE HOUSE OF pansa. shop rented.—5. ... the house of pansa, which contained many small rooms, and is, perhaps, ..."